The WinnerThe submission and voting phases are over and the results are in! We are proud to announce that the winning sketch, as determined by Rhizome's membership, is http://www.openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=3512">Driving through Iceland by http://www.openprocessing.org/portal/?userID=462">dotlassie.
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Driving through Iceland by http://www.openprocessing.org/portal/?userID=462">dotlassie
Vote Now (Closed)
The deadline for submissions has ended but you can still participate by helping to determine the winner! Beginning today, all Rhizome members will be able to flex their curatorial muscles by going to the http://rhizome.org/tinysketch/tinysketch_vote.php">Tiny Sketch Voting Page and ranking each submission. You will have a chance to vote on each submission, ranking them on a scale from 1 to 5. (1 being awful and 5 being awesome.) The voting process is only open to Rhizome http://rhizome.org/support/individual.php">members and will last until September, 30th, 11:59 PM (EST) after which we will announce the winner and archive the collection in our http://rhizome.org/art/">ArtBase
Call for Works (Closed for Submissions)
Taking as its premise the idea that limitations can catalyze creativity, http://rhizome.org" target="newW">Rhizome & http://openprocessing.org">OpenProcessing co-present Tiny Sketch, a 200 Character Processing Competition that will run until September 13, 2009, 11:59pm.
Tiny Sketch is an open challenge to artists and programmers to create the most compelling creative work possible with the programming language http://www.processing.org" target="_parent">Processing using 200 characters or less.
The winner will be determined by Rhizome's membership through an open vote that will take place between Monday, September 21st to Sunday, September 27th. The winner will be announced on Rhizome.org and OpenProcessing.org and awarded a prize of $200.00 (US). All sketches that are submitted to this competition will be included in the collection page and archived collectively in Rhizome's archive.
Rules & Regulations
1. Your sketch code must not exceed 200 characters in length. (Including Spaces)
2. Your sketch must work properly over the internet on a web browser.
3. Your sketch is limited to the http://www.processing.org/reference/" target="_parent">core functions of Processing.
4. No external libraries or external files are allowed.