Compete The Lumen Prize For Art & Technology
International Deadline: June 4, 2021 – The Lumen Prize celebrates the very best art created with technology through a global competition. Since 2012, it has supported artists with more than US$90,000 in prize money and created paid opportunities worldwide for the artists who have been longlisted, shortlisted or won Lumen Awards.
ELIGIBILITY & MEDIA
Artists from anywhere in the world may enter. If you are submitting a collaborative project, you must list your collaborators or partners. All art is eligible as long as it engages with technology in some form. You do not need to be a digital artist or be able to design software to enter. To see which category to enter you can read the category descriptions here. If you have any questions regarding whether your work suits the Lumen Prize, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jury Panel from the Whitney Museum, Serpentine Galleries , V&A Museum, Tate Britain and HEK.
- Christiane Paul, Adjunct Curator, Digital Art, Whitney Museum
- Ben Vickers, CTO, The Serpentine Galleries
- Melanie Lenz, Digital Curator, V&A Museum
- Nathan Ladd, Assistant Curator, Tate Britain
- Boris Magrini (PhD), Curator, HeK Basel
Nine artists will cash prizes from a $11,500 Prize Fund. Winning, shortlisted and longlisted artists are eligible to take part in our awards festival, a series of exhibition and speaking opportunities in London UK.
Its $38 to enter two artworks with discounts to enter up to seven works.
The Lumen Prize celebrates the very best art created with technology through a global competition. Since it’s launch in 2012, it has given away more than US$80,000 in prize money and created opportunities worldwide for the artists who have been longlisted, shortlisted or won Lumen Awards. Lumen is run by Lumen Art Projects, a not-for-profit based in Wales, UK which curates exhibitions, commissions and events for art venues, cultural institutions and public spaces globally in partnership with its community of Lumen artists.