The Meta/Morph Awards celebrate the transformation and evolution of art in the digital age, recognizing the innovative and boundary-pushing works created at the intersection of technology and creativity.

Our mission is to champion the metamorphs of the art world, those artists and works that have undergone a process of change and growth, adapting to the ever-evolving landscape of modern art. By promoting the renaissance of digital and AI art, we strive to inspire new generations of artists to explore and experiment with the limitless possibilities of these mediums, pushing the boundaries of what we thought was possible in the world of art.

If you wish to submit STILL IMAGES (e.g. digital photography, still NFT etc) instead of motion picture, please do so through our submission platform Zealous:


Nightingale Narratives: Digital Bard Story Telling Prize
John Rhys Davies: Actor and Storyteller

Seahorse Shift: Cryptic Scales NFT Moving and Still Artworks - Collective, the biggest NFT Marketplace on Tezos

Peacock Panache: Digital fashion Prize
Kerry Murphy:The Fabricant

Jaguar Journey: Emerging Equator Developing Countries Prize
Michele Sandoz: Head of Art Initiative at the Foundation for the International Committee of the Red Cross (FICRC)

Chameleon Code: Pixel Pallet Prize for Pixel Art
Eboy.Com: Pixel Art Collective founded in 1997
John Slyce - Course Leader at Royal College of Art London for Virtual and Augmented Reality in Art

More coming soon!


- The winners will receive a physical award and laurels in recognition of their success.
- A selection of works, chosen from the winners, will be showcased in an online exhibition and during a physical event where the physical awards will be given.
- All winners’ works will be put on the Meta Morph website in a dedicated winners section.
- Runners up will get awarded with a digital award certificate and laurels.


- All winning pictures will be showcased and awards presented during an exclusive exhibition in June 2024 (venue and date to be announced ).
- An online video exhibition will also be created of all winning works.


Artwork Description: Write about your artistic concept, ideas, or influences. Ensure your description is clear and engaging.

Artwork Technical Description: List the hardware and software used for the creation of the artwork. Please include anything you originally coded or designed. Also, specify the physical dimensions if applicable.

Artist Biography: Your biography should best represent you as an artist, detailing your journey, inspiration, and your unique approach towards your art.


Primary Image/Video: Submit image(s) or video(s) that best captures the essence of your work.

Video Hosting: Please host your videos on YouTube or Vimeo, or please provide a link to the metadata.


Art Eligibility: All forms of art are eligible as long as they involve technology. If you're uncertain which category your work fits into, refer to our category descriptions or email for clarification.

Equipment and Software: There are no limitations on the equipment or software that artists may use in creating their pieces.


The Meta Morph Award is adjudicated in two stages. The first is long listing by our International Selectors Committee. This is followed by a review from our Jury Panel who select the finalists and category winners.

Top Prize Judges: The Jury Panel responsible for the final selection of the winners is made up of digital art curators and critics, prominent artists in the digital art community, tech industry leaders and innovators, representatives from major art institutions, art collectors and patrons, academics, researchers, and representatives from media and publishing companies focused on digital art and culture.


Originality: Artwork submitted must be original and created by the artist or artists submitting.

Copyright: Artists retain all copyright to their works, but by submitting, artists agree to have their work displayed on the Meta Morph Award website, exhibitions, and social media.