Call for Submission

Digital Art Exhibition



A first for FCA entirely-online programming, this exhibition is open to artists worldwide, creating artworks entirely in digital media.


Artworks must be purely computer-generated. Digital and traditional photography that has been manipulated using software, apps, or other digital image editing software is not permitted. 


Entry does not constitute automatic inclusion into the exhibition. All artworks are juried for acceptance.


For members of the Federation of Canadian artists, collecting points towards their Signature Status, this is a non-qualifying exhibition and doesn't constitute a point towards Signature Status.


Below is a PDF Call Booklet for this call. Please read it in full before submitting. Each call for submission is different. Submissions made in error will not be refunded.




Prize Ranking

Prize Award

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Juror Name



Lisa Danesin, AFCA

Danesin is an Associate Signature Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists.


An accomplished acrylic artist and watercolourist, Danesin also creates original digital artworks on iPad. 


Of her digital art she says "The iPad is the perfect combination of art and technology. I create a digital painting in much the same way I do a "traditional" painting, starting with a blank "canvas" and  building up layers of brush marks and colour until I feel they are done."


César Moreno



Moreno is a dynamic, vibrant artist with an impressive and extensive resume.


He's worked with top name brands such as Nike, MTV, Addidas and EA Sports (to name just a few).


Moreno has been the recipient of many awards in his field and has juried on 5 panels for illustrative exhibitions and competitions.


"I'm a hardcore pop culture consumer, professional fan, user, gamer, beach + beer enthusiast, clumsy football player and a karma believer".  - Moreno


Barbara Spurll


Barbara Spurll is a Canadian illustrator and art instructor.


Her resume boasts projects with Christie's, SEARS and STORCK.


She's illustrated a great variety of books and also creates stunning celebrity portraits using digital mediums.


Recipient of the CAPIC Double Vision winning entry, in 2012 and 2015, she's a highly regarded and decorated artist.


To see her full list of awards click here.



Entry Cost: CAN$15.00
First item included with Entry Cost
Items 2-5: CAN$15.00 per item
Maximum Items:
Submission Dates:
Submission deadline has passed! (Jan 27 2017 11:59 pm PST)
You cannot currently make an online submission.