COMPETITIONSCall for entries: ASIAGRAPH2016. Aim for the top in CG Art!
You decide the theme. We are looking for “Fresh Diversity”.
The “ASIAGRAPH2015 CG Art Gallery Public Exhibition”, sponsored by “ASIAGRAPH”, is once again this year seeking artwork. ASIAGRAPH is an international CG event that brings Asia’s CG art together under one roof. Every year, individuals and groups from each Asian country with active creators, such as Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, etc., participate in this event, competing for top honors.
For this contest, we are seeking CG art (still-picture graphic art and illustrations) and CG animation on a large scale as “An Expression of CG art” unique to Asia. Artwork will be vigorously evaluated emphasizing “originality” and whether the artwork is possessed of “visual beauty”. Winning artwork will be displayed/shown in October 2016, at “ASIAGRAPH2016”, held at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, in Daiba, Tokyo.
We invite you to challenge this celebrated international competition as a way of launching yourself as a CG creator.
Artwork Categories and Submission Divisions
Division I CG Art Competition–“CG Art Gallery
Open to individuals or groups whose members were born or reside in Asia, or who have citizenship in an Asian country. Professionals, amateurs and students welcome.
Submissions must be original artwork whose main medium of expression is CG. (Still pictures only.)
Division II Animation Competition–“CG Animation Theater
Open to individuals or groups whose members were born or reside in Asia, or else have citizenship for a country in Asia. Professionals, amateurs and students welcome.
Submissions must be original CG animation artwork. (Artwork created around edited live-action images does not qualify.)
Division III Student (under 25) Animation Competition
Open to students and graduates residing in Japan or who have Japanese citizenship. Applicants must be 25 years of age or younger at the time of application to qualify.
(This category is mainly focused on students enrolled in graduate school, university or technical school. High school and younger students may also apply.)
Division IV Children’s CG contest
This division is currently in the planning phase. The submission outline will be released at August 1st.
PC Koshien AWARD
In order to decide the best idea and expressive skill of works of computer graphics amongst Asian high school students, we will be working together with PC Koshien to chose a winner.