"Into the Pixel" Digital Game Art Exhibit
In celebration of its 10th anniversary, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has put out a call for entries for "Into the Pixel," a juried exhibition of computer and videogame art to premiere at this year's E3. "Into the Pixel" is a celebration of videogame art curated by interactive entertainment industry art veterans and experts from the traditional art field. The exhibit is a joint project of E3Expo, The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, and The Graphic Arts Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The show will take place at the LACC and be accessible to the general public as well as to the more than 60,000 interactive entertainment industry executives, designers, developers, animators, journalists and retailers who attend E3Expo. Artists may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The Electronic Entertainment Expo held its inaugural show in 1995 with an impressive array of exhibitors and attendees. That show represented the first opportunity for everyone in the industry to meet in the same place, at the same time, at a show designed specifically to meet their business needs. It was the beginning of a thriving event where industry participants gathered to generate business and gain worldwide exposure. Ten years later, the Electronic Entertainment Expo has become the industry's most important annual gathering place. It's still the premier event for doing business with an ever-growing number of qualified industry players. In fact, because more commerce and promotion takes place here than during the other 51 weeks of the year combined, E3 is far and away the year's most concentrated gathering of qualified industry participants. More than 60,000 of the world's most influential retailers, distributors, developers, investors and media gather here for three days of intensive deal making. There's nothing else like it in the world. For more information, visit www.e3expo.com/.