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Our 2010 Call for submissions deadline Sept 30th. We have well over
100 submissions in already but there aren't a lot of these by Canadian
artists. We welcome all submissions (all ages and nationalities) but
would love to see the gap between Canadian and international
submissions made smaller so please don't be shy - send us your work!
Please note that we will be choosing Canadian artists from the radio
art portion of the call for submissions to be commissioned to create a
new work for CBC Radio 1's Living Out Loud.
Profs and assistant profs, I'd be very grateful if you could
disseminate to all of your students.
Email email@example.com should you have any questions.
2010 Call For Submissions on the theme ABOUT TIME
CALL FOR ENTRIES
deadline: 01 december 2010
The festival will be held in Grein (Austria) in March 2011
for regulations and entryform: http://danubevideoartfestival.wordpress.com/
The main aim of danubeVIDEOARTfestival is to expand video art culture in Austria. One of the fascinating aspects of video art is the ongoing expansion of appearance and content.
danubeVIDEOARTfestival will present a selection of international video art and will include different categories like
The festival is a non-profit event. There is no entry fee.
Among the prizes awarded for radio and acoustic art, the Phonurgia
Nova competition has, since 1986, occupied a special place by virtue
of its recognition of artists whose work exploits sound as a medium
for expressing the real and the imaginary. Last year, 179
productions from 11 different countries were entered in the prize.
The winners were Joaquin Cofreces (Terre de feu) Alessandro Bosetti
(Germany), Marc Chalosse (France), Stephane Borel (France), Caroline
Bastin (Belgium), Elise Andrieu (France), Sebastien Peter (Germany).
This year's competition will distinguish authors whose work manifests
a keen sense of sound and listening as means of expression. In two
++ Radio Arts will privilige all forms of inventive radio
Application deadline 1 October 2010
Jan van Eyck Academie
Post-Academic Institute for Research and Production
Fine Art, Design, Theory
6211 KM Maastricht
The Jan van Eyck Academie is an institute for research and production where artists, designers and theoreticians work alongside each other.
The JVE has positions available in the Fine Art and Design Departments for the next academic year, starting on 1 January 2011. Artists are invited to submit proposals for individual research projects; designers to propose projects for one of the new initiatives started by the department.
On 17 and 18 September, all Design projects will be presented at BETWEEN #1: BORDERS
More info: www.janvaneyck.nl.
Call for Entries
Deadline: 20 September 2010
"A place for discoveries" – That's what the German magazine art wrote about VIDEONALE, the international festival for contemporary video art. From 14 April to 29 May 2011 the 13th edition of VIDEONALE takes place at Kunstmuseum Bonn/Germany. You can submit single or – this year for the first time – multi channel works created in the past two years for VIDEONALE 13. The entry deadline is 20 September, 2010 (post mark).
Son of Semele Ensemble is accepting proposals for their first annual
Company Creation Festival, a festival of work generated by ensembles
through non-conventional means.
Guidelines & Application:
Sept 10, 2010
The application is short and sweet. Please read the guidelines before
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The Artists Voice/Sound Lab is calling all artists and vocalists interested in experimental sound.
Sept. 11, 2pm Machine Project http://machineproject.com/
HOW IT BEGAN
I started AVSL in response to working with a few inspiring visual, performing and media artists using voice in their work, and interested in pushing it further. This group offers those artists, and those of you I don't know yet, an opportunity to cultivate your own voices and to act as each others sonic resource.
HOW IT WORKS
The group will meet at Machine Project (1200D N. Alvarado) in Echo Park where we will:
1. Build our voices and feed our ears
3. Experiment with, and realize ideas brought in by individual members
4. Document these works for use in that artist's video/installation/performance etc.