Macworld Digital Art Gallery, the annual computer art show, is appearing in Louisville, Kentucky, this month. The 32-piece exhibit features art created exclusively on Macs.
You can catch the exhibit at the Louisville Free Public Library Gallery, 1250 Bardstown Road in Louisville, Kentucky, through February 28.
The Art Software Group, a Louisville-area Mac user group, is hosting the Kentucky showing.
The exhibition begins with winning entries from the annual Macworld Digital Art Gallery Contest, which drew over 1,000 international entries in student and non-student categories. First prize winners for 2002 include non-student James Bruck for “Design Factory” and student Graham Huber for “Chattera.”
What’s more, the 2003 Contest is now underway; the deadline for entry is April 30. The winning entries will first appear at July’s Macworld Conference & Expo in New York. Afterward it will tour the U.S. until the January 2004 Macworld expo in San Francisco, California. For more info or a contest entry form, e-mail