Art & Technology

Gallery 31 of the Corcoran College of Art + Design is pleased to announce the call for submissions for its new show dedicated to art and technology to be displayed in August 2012.

The exhibition is aiming to explore the phenomenon of innovative technologies in relation to contemporary art (or: the relation of contemporary art to new technologies).

Although the emphasis will be on exploring the art practices when a machine makes a vast amount of work, artists working in a way that opposes technology may also apply (we are interested in yarn bombing etc) This call seeks works addressing the recent tendency of personal fabrication of things, labs and the emergence of do-it-yourself communities.

The show is curated by the Corcoran College of Art + Design’s Department of College Exhibitions


Exhibition Timeline

Deadline for submissions: June 8, 2012

Notification of selections: July 6, 2012

Installation: August 3 – 5, 2012

Exhibition: August 6, 2012 – September 2, 2012

De-Installation: September 2, 2012

Opening reception: August 9, 2012

**Please note that all dates are subject to change.


Submission guidelines:

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Select “Call For Entry: Art and Technology Exhibition” from the Exhibition Title drop-down menu

All fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required for submission

Maximum of 3 submissions

You may submit up to three images as JPEGS (resolution72 dpi), not to exceed one megabyte. Diptych, triptych, and works in a series will be accepted and may be considered one submission.

Please be specific with the medium; for example, do not write “mixed media” or “painting”. Identify exactly what materials you used to create your piece, for example “monoprint, graphite, ink on paper” or “acrylic on canvas”. 

§  Label images as follows:   Lastname_firstname_title_size_medium.jpg
i.e. Doe_Jane_untitled_30x42_Oil on Canvas_jpg



GALLERY 31 is the Corcoran’s dedicated exhibition space for the Corcoran College of Art + Design. The space hosts exhibitions by the Corcoran’s students, alumni, faculty, and visiting artists. The name was selected by the students, referring to the area’s previous designation as “Room 31” in original Corcoran plans. Located at the New York Avenue entrance of the Corcoran, Gallery 31 is open during Gallery hours and is free to the public.