Aug 22, 2013 - iPhoneArt.com (IPA) is proud to announce an international open call for photographic art for The IPA Quarterly. The inaugural issue, launched in partnership with ProCamera, will showcase selected images online and at IPA's hometown gallery, the Santa Monica Art Studios (SMAS). Independent judge for the first IPA Quarterly is the versatile and creative filmmaker Mark Pellington. Deadline for entries is August 31, 2013.
May 29, 2012 - Mobile art pioneers from around the world will show off their latest creations at the LA Mobile Arts Festival. The event will be Santa Monica Art Studios' first-ever mobile arts exhibition showcasing nine days of mobile artistry from the heart of the West Coast's contemporary art scene. The Call for Entries is open from now to July 15, 2012. Santa Monica Art Studios is a major mecca for contemporary art and design in the Los Angeles area.
Feb 05, 2012 - iPhoneArt announces with 2487 submissions from around the globe, the 2nd annual iPhoneArt Mobile Art Grant was awarded to Carlein Van Der Beek of Holland. First runner up is Nettie Edwards of the United Kingdom, and second runner up is Cindy Patrick, of the United States. A comprehensive list of award winners, finalists, semi-finalists and honorable mentions can be seen on the IPA Mobile Art Grant page. In addition to revealing the winners, the grant page is an excellent "Year in Review."
Jan 04, 2012 - iPhoneArt announces on July 16, 2011 one of the most genuine voices of the mobile photography world was silenced as Nathaniel "Nacho" Cordova passed away. A husband, father, teacher, and leader in the emerging field of iPhoneography, Nacho inspired those around him with his artwork, intelligence and insight. This holiday season, Nacho's fellow iPhoneographers at iPhoneArt.com produced a commemorative book in honor of Nacho's life.
Dec 15, 2011 - The second annual IPA Mobile Art Grant is open for submissions on iPhoneArt website. The IPA Grant, now in its second year, is the only international grant program specifically designed to provide financial support for mobile artists emerging at the top of their field. IPA's 2011 grant recipient will receive $1000 to help further his/her mobile art career. The top 20 entrants will be published in a book produced by IPA featuring the most influential mobile artists of 2011.