C. Goss
Since the beginning
Works in Cherry Valley, New York United States of America

BIO
NOT STILL ART, a forum for artists working in abstract and non-narrative electronic motion imaging with music/sound design, disseminates artists' work via international screenings, live performances, conferences, publications, and hard and virtual media. Not Still Art produces historic and contemporary programs in collaboration with art institutions, broadcasters, publishers, and internet organizations. NSA, founded in 1996 by media artist Carol Goss, is a sponsored project of the New York Foundation for the Arts. Visit us at: www.improvart.com/nsa/
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FEST NYC - May 16-17 !


Dear Friends -

You are invited to the 8th. annual Not Still Art Festival, May
16-17, 2003, New York City.
http://www.improvart.com/nsa/

>>>Non-narrative and abstract electronic motion
imaging with music/sound design from an international
call for entries will be screened - plus live performance
and an artist panel discussion!

>>>Location: The Micro Museum, 123 Smith Street,
Brooklyn. Tel: (718) 797-3116 (Directions online)

>>>Tickets: Festival Pass online or Tickets at the door -
http://www.improvart.com/nsa/

>>>May 16 - 8PM - LIVE PERFORMANCE 's "BopAnts" -
live electro-jazz with video mix by Walter Wright; Marc
Bisson-guitar, Micharl Ahern-lid, John Voight-bass, Katt
Hernandez-violin, William Buchanan-drums. PLUS -
Janene Higgins-video mix & Elliot Sharp-electric guitar

>>>May 17 - 2PM - ARTIST PANEL DISCUSSION

>>>May 17 - 8PM - INTERNATIONAL SCREENING (full details
online)
Geoff Adams - William Brown - Brit Bunkley - Matt Costanza -
Kozue Jinnouchi - Kyra Garrigue - Carol Goss - Jung-Chul Hur -
Vichaya Vatanasapt - Kasumi - Stephan Larson - Phyllis Bulkin
Lehrer - Man Yee Lam - Muriel Magenta - Gene Cooper -
Michael Hickman - Todd Ingalls - Bob Mataranglo - Stephanie
Maxwell - Allan Schindler - Sylvia Pengilly - John Power - Scott
Primaud - Edward Ramsay-Morin - Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez -
Helen Thevenot - Gustavo Matamoros - Mark Slankard - Martiyn
Tellinga - Sami Kallinen - Reynold Weidenaar -

>>>Hope to see you there!

Not Still Art is a sponsored project of the New York Foundation for
the Arts and receives performance fees from a Presentation Funds
Grant from the Experimental Television Center through the New
York State Council on the Arts. Foreign standards conversion
courtesy of the GRS Systems NYC. Website courtesy of
Logicalnet.net. The 8th. annual Not Still Art Festival is produced in
conjunction with the Micro Museum.

Each year we only send out a Call for Entries and Festival
Announcement.
If you wish to be removed from this list, please reply with NSA17 in
the Subject Header.

N O T S T I L L A R T
http://www.improvart.com/nsa/
nsa@improvart.com FAX: 1.607.264-3476
P.O. Box 496, Cherry Valley, NY 13320-0496

NSA is a sponsored project of the New York Foundation for the
Arts.

DISCUSSION

CALL for FEST 2003 !


CALL for ENTRIES

The 8th. Annual

N O T S T I L L A R T F E S T I V A L

New York City

...a forum devoted to abstract & non-narrative electronic motion
imaging with music / sound design...

DEADLINE: POSTMARK December 10, 2002.
GUIDELINE & APPLICATION: http://www.improvart.com/nsa/
CONTACT: nsa@improvart.com
NEWSLETTER: send e-mail with"subscribe" in subject header.

Founded in 1996, the NOT STILL ART FESTIVAL screens
international electronic motion art with music and sound design.
New and old technologies are welcome. There is no restriction as
to the date or number of programs submitted.

The unique range of work screened each year reveals universal
insights and complex emotions. Festival themes are self-selecting,
based on the work submitted. Each year work expresses different
ideas/experiences: water, bio-engineering, evolution, revolution.
Humor is always in good supply. Old tech (a program made on a
gameboy!) is screened side-by-side with super hi-res 3-D. The
criterion for exhibition is the aesthetic relationship of the work to the
electronic screen.

Artists have traveled from Bulgaria, Sweden, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo
and China, plus all corners of North America to participate in past
NSA Festivals. We look forward to your submissions and hope that
you can attend.

* * * * *
We apologize for multiple posts of this announcement. If you
wish to be removed from the Not Still Art list, please e-mail us with
"NSA3" in the subject header.

* * * * *

DISCUSSION

CALL for FEST 2003 !


CALL for ENTRIES

The 8th. Annual

N O T S T I L L A R T F E S T I V A L

New York City

...a forum devoted to abstract & non-narrative electronic motion
imaging with music / sound design...

DEADLINE: POSTMARK December 10, 2002.
GUIDELINE & APPLICATION: http://www.improvart.com/nsa/
CONTACT: nsa@improvart.com
NEWSLETTER: send e-mail with"subscribe" in subject header.

Founded in 1996, the NOT STILL ART FESTIVAL screens
international electronic motion art with music and sound design.
New and old technologies are welcome. There is no restriction as
to the date or number of programs submitted.

The unique range of work screened each year reveals universal
insights and complex emotions. Festival themes are self-selecting,
based on the work submitted. Each year work expresses different
ideas/experiences: water, bio-engineering, evolution, revolution.
Humor is always in good supply. Old tech (a program made on a
gameboy!) is screened side-by-side with super hi-res 3-D. The
criterion for exhibition is the aesthetic relationship of the work to
the
electronic screen.

Artists have traveled from Bulgaria, Sweden, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo
and China, plus all corners of North America to participate in past
NSA Festivals. We look forward to your submissions and hope that
you can attend.

* * * * *
We apologize for multiple posts of this announcement. If you
wish to be removed from the Not Still Art list, please e-mail us with
"NSA15" in the subject header.

* * * * *

N O T S T I L L A R T
http://www.improvart.com/nsa/
nsa@improvart.com FAX: 1.607.264-3476
P.O. Box 496, Cherry Valley, NY 13320-0496

NSA is a sponsored project of the New York Foundation for the
Arts.