Colleen Tully
Since 2002
Works in Boulder, Colorado United States of America

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BIO
I grew up in New Orleans, a city that sits at the mouth of the largest river system in North America. Consequently, it's a place shaped by flow, drainage, sedimentation and silt, but also by the overlapping histories of different communities, caught between current and tide. I'm most interested in the resonances created by the overlapping of images and references.

As the founder of Pixel Pops! I continue to savor my role as organizer of this uniquely organic series of traveling annual digital art exhibits. I currently work as a web developer and visual artist in Boulder, CO.
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OPPORTUNITY

7th ANNUAL PIXEL POPS! 2011 Paris + Copenhagen


Deadline:
Sun Jul 31, 2011 12:00

2011 SUBMISSIONS OPEN - DEADLINE: 31 July 2011

7th ANNUAL PIXEL POPS! 2011 Paris + Copenhagen. SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31 July 2011. Online Submissions Only.
Pixelpops 2011, curated by  Philip Tonda Heide, will take place in a TPTP art space in Paris and simultaneously in a yet unknown location in Copenhagen.  It will consist of video-performances accessible to the public each  night between the 6th and the 16th of October.
The theme of this years exhibit is "Performance From Far Away". With this we seek to make a program that explores performances  presented through the format of video; to play with and question both  mediums (video and performance) and to encourage dialogue between the  artist and the public. This dialogue will be presented in the art works  themselves, but also on a blog where some of the works are shown together with documentary videos of the project and comments from the audience which can turn into written conversations/discussions between the artist and the viewer. Artist can participate with performance-videos of various duration.
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OPPORTUNITY

7th Annual PixelPops! Call For Submissions


Deadline:
Sun Jul 31, 2011 17:30

ONLINE CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: 7th ANNUAL PIXEL POPS! 2011 Montmartre, Paris + Copenhagen, Denmark. SUBMISSION DEADLINE:31 July 2011.

PixelPops 2011, curated by Philip Tonda Heide, will take place TPTP art space in Montmartre, Paris and simultaneously in a yet unknown location in Copenhagen. It will consist of video-performances accessible to the public every night during 2 weeks in October.
The work-title of this years exhibit is "Performance From Far Away".  With this we seek to make a program that explores performances presented through the format of video; to play with and question both mediums (performance and video) and to encourage dialogue between the artist and the public. This dialogue will be present in the performance videos themselves, but also on a blog where the dialogue can continue in the form of comments from the audience which can turn into written conversations/discussions between the artist and the viewer.

Artists can participate with performance-videos of various duration
(max 5 minutes). The performances should be made as and for the video format. The idea is not to show merely documentation of performances, even though there might also be space for a few of those in certain cases. There is also the possibility to do live performances in one of the hosting venues, which will be video recorded and also shown in the partner city.

Online submissions only - here.


OPPORTUNITY

Deadline Approaching: 6th ANNUAL PIXEL POPS! 2010 Newark, New Jersey, USA.


Deadline:
Sat Jul 31, 2010 00:00

Location:
United States of America

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SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31 July 2010. PixelPops! 2010 will be held in October in a variety of outdoor locations across the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. This year's curatorial team is: Jeanne Brasile, Hiroshi Kumagai, Polina Zaitseva and Jade Lien. SUBMIT ONLINE AT: http://poppingpixels.org/submit/

2010 THEME: URBAN REALITIES
The selected short films (5 minutes or less) will address issues faced by urban communities in America and aim to include the broadest number of interpretations on the theme. Films that highlight both the challenges and joys of urban life will be shown. In doing so, a balanced portrait of New York metropolitan area will highlight difficulties, and advantages of urban living and of those cities' inhabitants.

The films will be projected onto vacant buildings, idle billboards, crumbling structures such as stanchions, bridges, piers, etc. Selected screening sites shall be chosen for their proximity and line of sight to highways, airline flight patterns, rail lines and areas with heavy foot traffic. Locations will be in heavily-populated urban areas to facilitate viewing by the maximum number of non-traditional art audiences.

The selected films will present what perhaps those passing by on highways, planes and railways may have never paused to contemplate.

IMPORTANT: Submissions must be respectful with regard to content of the public nature of the event. Films should not contain any visuals that might be inappropriate for public broadcast.

Submission Requirements: All submissions must be submittted onine using our submission form at: http://poppingpixels.org/submit/

Technical Requirements: All submissions should be 5 minutes or less, silent (no sound) and in .MOV format. All files will end up being converted into movies played on a DVD and will loop from one to the next. Please remember to include your on-screen credits before your work.

File Size: 5MB MAXIMUM. Please send smaller versions of your files in the .MOV format. If work is accepted we will ask for a larger version to be sent via FTP by August 31, 2010.

PLEASE NOTE: THE File Size requirement is for the online jurying process: JURY SIZE is 5MB MAXIMUM. If work is accepted we will ask for a larger version to be sent via FTP by August 31, 2010.


DISCUSSION

Call For SUBMISSIONS: PIXEL POPS! 2010: URBAN REALITIES


PLEASE NOTE: THE File Size requirement is for the online jurying process: JURY SIZE is 5MB MAXIMUM. If work is accepted we will ask for a larger version to be sent via FTP by August 31, 2010.

OPPORTUNITY

PIXEL POPS! 2010: URBAN REALITIES


Deadline:
Sat Jul 31, 2010 00:00

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: 6th ANNUAL PIXEL POPS! 2010 Newark, New Jersey, USA.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31 July 2010. PixelPops! 2010 will be held in October in a variety of outdoor locations across the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. This year's curatorial team is: Jeanne Brasile, Hiroshi Kumagai, Polina Zaitseva and Jade Lien. SUBMIT ONLINE AT: http://poppingpixels.org/submit/

2010 THEME: URBAN REALITIES
The selected short films (5 minutes or less) will address issues faced by urban communities in America and aim to include the broadest number of interpretations on the theme. Films that highlight both the challenges and joys of urban life will be shown. In doing so, a balanced portrait of New York metropolitan area will highlight difficulties, and advantages of urban living and of those cities' inhabitants.

The films will be projected onto vacant buildings, idle billboards, crumbling structures such as stanchions, bridges, piers, etc. Selected screening sites shall be chosen for their proximity and line of sight to highways, airline flight patterns, rail lines and areas with heavy foot traffic. Locations will be in heavily-populated urban areas to facilitate viewing by the maximum number of non-traditional art audiences.

The selected films will present what perhaps those passing by on highways, planes and railways may have never paused to contemplate.

IMPORTANT: Submissions must be respectful with regard to content of the public nature of the event. Films should not contain any visuals that might be inappropriate for public broadcast.

Submission Requirements: All submissions must be submittted onine using our submission form at: http://poppingpixels.org/submit/

Technical Requirements: All submissions should be 5 minutes or less, silent (no sound) and in .MOV format. All files will end up being converted into movies played on a DVD and will loop from one to the next. Please remember to include your on-screen credits before your work.

File Size: 5MB MAXIMUM. Please send smaller versions of your files in the .MOV format. If work is accepted we will ask for a larger version to be sent via FTP by August 31, 2010.