Deadline: 31 March 2020
Call for entries

6th international Digital Sculpture Competition
Galerie Maître Albert, Paris, France – from 1st to 15th June 2020

The non-profit international association ARS MATHEMATICA, based in Paris (France), is organizing the sixth International Digital Sculpture Competition (DSC) on the occasion of INTERSCULPT 2020, an exhibition presented at the Galerie Maître Albert (Paris 5th) from 1st to 15th June 2020. The theme is : polychrome digital sculpture. The main partner is MIMAKI, which recently launched a new 3D color printer, the 3DUJ-553.

The contest is open to everyone. It is launched at the end of December 2019 and will be closed on March 31, 2020 at midnight Paris time. Jury members are excluded from the competition.

In this competition, an eligible digital sculpture is a work in three dimensions with an aesthetic purpose – figurative or geometrical, conceptual, philosophical or poetic – , researched and visualized within a computer aided design application, and planned for production by 3D color printing. Industrial design objects, architectural buildings, models for the cinema and video games will not be accepted.

All correspondence and proposals relating to this contest will be made via the Internet. Participants must email all the following materials to the Jury, at :

the registration form (PDF to download, below)
a short biography (ODT, DOC or RTF format)
the title of the proposed work, with a brief explanatory commentary (ODT, DOC or RTF format)
one to three computer-generated images of the concerned digital sculpture (JPEG, PNG or TIF format)
3D object files in at least two of the following formats : VRML, OBJ (+ MTL), BLEND – with the corresponding texture images
if available, a link to a 3D model hosting site, such as
if available, possibly a computer animation of the work (for example, a simple “rotating turntable”), in 720p or 1080p / i. Stereoscopic animations (SbS format) are also welcome.

No fee