Fringe Arts wants your digital art for their new all-digital track in the 2015 Fringe Festival.
The art must take place online or via app. It costs $50 to submit.
“We are committed to breaking down the barriers between artist and audience, which digital media does so deftly,” said Fringe coordinator Jarrod Markman.
He said Fringe was inspired by the work they’ve seen at previous Fringe festivals, including that of Michael Kiley, who built an app for last year’s festival that took users on a sound tour of Race Street Pier via GPS.
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