DG2015 Extends Deadline for Artist Entries to March 31

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach has extended the deadline for digital art submissions to March 31. Artists interested in submitting must first upload their entry to Vimeo. Once uploaded, artists can fill out the entry form here to complete their submission. In its eighthyear, Digital Graffiti invites artists from around the world to submit original digital artwork that, if chosen, will transform Alys Beach’s stark white walls into a canvas of light. A panel of art and industry experts, led by Digital Graffiti Curator Brett Phares, will select a number of finalists to be exhibitedContinue Reading

DG2015 Visiting Artist Series Comes to a Close

Three award-winning artists from around the U.S. ventured to Alys Beach in mid-January for the third annual Digital Graffiti Visiting Artist Residency program. During the seven-day program, residency artists immersed themselves in the town while living under one roof. The artists collaborated with Digital Graffiti curator Brett Phares to create individual pieces that will be entered into the juried Digital Graffiti Festival on June 4-6, 2015. All three artists were first-time residency participants – Andrew Demirjian, of Palisades Park, NJ, Natalie Goldman, of San Diego, CA, and Shantell Martin, of New York, NY. Andrew DemirjianContinue Reading

We’re counting down to DG2015!

For two nights, DG at Alys Beach is all light, vision and movement, uniquely wondrous and breathtaking. Worldly in scope, nutritious in food for thought, it’s like a dream. If you weren’t a part of it, you missed something very special.

Brett Phares, DG Curator

Digital Graffiti is a magical event – Surprisingly adventurous and inspirational. And the beautiful buildings of Alys Beach were the perfect canvas! I can’t wait to experience it again.

Cheyann Benedict, Designer

(Alys Beach) is welcoming painters with open arms and white walls. But with projectors and laptops rather than spray cans.

USA Today

Projecting art onto the white buildings of Alys Beach is the closest thing I’ve experienced to magic.

Andrés Duany, Architect and Urban Planner

Digital Graffiti has become a mainstay of the experimental film scene in the Southeast, a place to screen work that often has a more challenging visual or narrative aspect.

David Montgomery, Artist

Brett Phares, DG Curator
Cheyann Benedict, Designer
USA Today
Andrés Duany, Architect and Urban Planner
David Montgomery, Artist