The iNYALA 2022 Open Call is designed to invite Malaysia-based undergraduate and postgraduate students to propose their new media artwork based on ONE (1) of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The open call competition aims to nurture young talents with data visualisation skillset to translate data into the form of digital artworks to facilitate more meaningful connections and deeper understanding on SDGs.
The selected participants and their digital artworks will be showcased on LED Display Cube to the public at Fahrenheit88, Kuala Lumpur in November and December 2022.
The competition is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students who pursue a degree or masters programme in the Art, Design, Digital and Multimedia, New Media and Digital Media programme at higher educational institutions in Malaysia.
The participants are not limited to individuals, group submissions are also accepted.
We encourage participants to check out our THREE (3) online workshops prior to submitting the artwork by deadline 16 October 2022. The first workshop will cover the introduction of iNYALA 2022 and the competition brief.
Here’s how and when you can join the online workshops:-
Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/iNYALA.my/,
Online Workshop #1: 9 September 2022, 8.30pm - 10.30pm (MYT)
Online Workshop #2: 23 September 2022, 8.30pm - 10.30pm (MYT)
Online Workshop #3: 14 October 2022, 8.30pm - 10.30pm (MYT)
There will be a Q&A session where you can ask questions and clarify queries in the online workshop.
You can submit multiple entries as an individual or in a group. However, only ONE (1) entry will qualify for finals.
Any sensitive contents, copyrighted images and intellectual property of other parties should NOT be incorporated into the artwork.
Submissions that breach these rules will be disqualified from the competition.
Each artwork has to be produced based on the canvas of a LED Display Cube with 5 faces (Front, Back, Left, Right and Top)
The submitted entries should be in the video format of .mp4, in the resolution of 1080px x 1080px, visible area of 360px x 360px on each face, within the timeframe of 30 – 60 seconds, based on the artwork production template.
Do I/my team submit a final artwork or just a video storyboard draft on the submission deadline 16 October 2022?
The entry submission can be a final artwork or draft with animation as long as your concept and idea are clearly defined and well interpreted on the SDG goal you selected to work on.
Of course, a fine and exquisite final artwork submission will definitely keep you ahead as well as facilitate the judgement, evaluation and assessment of your artwork quality that determine the finals.
Yes, you can include audio/music to your artwork during the entry submission. All artworks qualified for finals that come with audio/music MUST require written permission or proper licensing of the audio/music's copyright holders before it can be featured in the iNYALA 2022 exhibition. Otherwise, the artwork displays during the exhibition will not feature the audio/music.
No, it is not required.
If you have any uncertainties or need any clarification, you can send enquiries via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kindly read through the listed FAQ before sending any enquiry. Also, please take note that we will not entertain any appeals to the competition’s results.