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Call for Proposals
Submit your web based artwork exploring CONNECTION to be considered for inclusion in the 2017 showcase. Whether you are playing with WebGL libraries, building VR worlds, or doing CSS hacks to bring 3D to the browser, we are excited to hear from you!

For the 3rd annual 3D WebFest our theme is CONNECTION. Connections have a subtle but powerful presence, weaving through the micro and macro of our lives. Opposites connect to define each other and synapses connect to create a self. Individuals connect into communities and governments connect locales. Join Autodesk and CODAME in June 2017 to turn the online world inside out at the 3D WebFest. 

Dates:

- Call closes February 28th, 2017 (end of day Pacific Standard Time)
- Artist Notifications by March 31st, 2017
- Showing in San Francisco: June 27th, 2017

More info on:
http://codame.com/events/3d-webfest-2017

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Artist Website
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Project Website
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Project Description
A project description in 300 words (max) that includes any collaborative partners and relation to theme "CONNECTION".
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Project Technical Specifications
How long does your performance run? What equipment will you bring and how long will it take to set up/break down? Any technical requirements beyond wifi and power? Will you be performing the work or will you need performer(s) to represent you?
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Links to high-resolution images.
(1) representing you as an artist and (1) representing your proposed work.
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Artist Biography
A 100-200 word bio for publication in press materials.
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Artistic Resume
Including past works, exhibitions, commissions, videography. Also include links to any support materials such as press articles, documentation, and diagrams that will strengthen and enhance your proposal.
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