Digital Graffiti, the internationally renowned digital projection festival at Alys Beach featured in National Geographic’s “24 Unconventional Art Destinations Around the World,“ has officially announced the finalists for the 2019 art festival held May 17-18. Twenty-seven finalists, as well as three artists in residence participants, will gather at Alys Beach—located along the Scenic Highway 30A in Northwest Florida’s South Walton County—to showcase their digital artwork and vie for cash prizes totaling $10,000. Tune in to meet our residency artists and learn more about the finalists in the weeks leading up to Digital Graffiti on the blog!

The 2019 finalists include:

A panel of art and industry experts, led by Brett Phares, will serve as the jury for the festival and select works for the Best in Show and Curator’s Choice awards. Three honorable mentions will also be awarded.

Celebrating its 12th year, Digital Graffiti gives artists a large-scale blank canvas to explore the intersection of art and architecture, while creating entirely new art forms. Once darkness falls, the iconic stark-white walls of Alys Beach glow with dozens of dazzling original art projections. For more information on the festival, including the full schedule and to purchase tickets, please visit