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PPDS Launches ‘MUSE Digital Art Award’

Introducing the world’s first ‘zero emission’ digital art exhibition.

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PPDS (Charlotte, NC), the executive global provider of Philips professional displays and dedicated AV software solutions, announces the launch of the MUSE Digital Art Award, a new world-first, environment-inspired international competition connecting artistic visionaries with industry-leading sustainable technology, according to a press release from the company.

Aligned with PPDS’ ambitions to empower more energy-efficient and eco-friendly business, leisure and learning environments through sustainable technology, this new cultural initiative invites artists to help imagine and inspire ‘The Energy for Tomorrow’ — per the release.

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The MUSE Digital Art Award will reward 20 finalists with a rare opportunity to present their work at the ‘zero emission’ art exhibition, hosted by PPDS, inside a prestigious international institution in Milan, Italy in November. PPDS is working closely with several art schools, colleges and universities in Italy to encourage participation, of which three will be guaranteed as finalists with the top student artist scooping their own Philips Tableaux display.

The MUSE Digital Art Award invites both professional artists and art students from around the world to share their creative visions of the environmental challenges of today and tomorrow. Finalists will have their work exhibited in one of Milan’s top institutions on a zero-power Philips Tableaux display, with a first prize award of 3,000 cash and a Philips Tableaux display.

For more information, visit ppds.com/muse.

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