The Lumen Prize 2014

The Lumen Prize Exhibition, an international prize and global tour for digital fine art, has opened the call for entries for its 2014 prize.

All forms of digitally created art are welcome, and in the past Lumen has exhibited work ranging from photo-montage and manipulation, to iPad drawings, interactive art, web art, digital sculpture, animation and more.

There are seven prizes to be won:

  • The Lumen Prize Winner – $3000
  • The Lumen Prize Silver – $1000
  • The Lumen Prize Bronze – $750
  • The Founder’s Prize – $250
  • People’s Choice Award – $250
  • The Lumen Animate Award – $250 (special award for animation, in Partnership with Animate Projects)
  • The Creative Coding Award – $250 (special award for Creative Coding & Programming, in partnership with Artists & Algorists)

he 25 exhibition works, including the 7 prize winners, will be part of a global exhibition tour that will visit Athens, Cardiff, Amsterdam, NYC and London.

Photo-montage, photo-manipulation, iPad art, iPhoneography, creative coding, interactive installation, glitch art, HTML/CSS art, web based art, animation, moving image, digital collage, app art, digital sculpture, 3D rendering… show us what you’ve got.

How the Competition Works

The Lumen Prize is open to artists anywhere in the world. All entries are reviewed by Lumen’s International Selection Committee which is made up of academics, gallerists, artists and art historians from around the world. The top 100 works chosen by the ISC become the Lumen Online Gallery which is opened for a public vote for the People’s Choice Award in September.

The top 100 works are then reviewed by the Lumen Jury Panel who choose the top 25 works that form the 2014 Lumen Prize Exhibition and the 2014 Lumen Prize winners. The Founder’s prize is selected by Lumen’s Founder, Carla Rapoport.

1 entry fee costs US$40 and allows the submission of 2 works. A percentage of each entry fee goes to our partner charity Peace Direct

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