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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EVENT

COME FLY WITH ME!


Dates:
Mon Dec 03, 2007 00:00 - Wed Nov 28, 2007

Location:
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

PixelPops! 2007: Short & Fast in Scotland. The short and fast international exhibits will be held at various airfields in the northern Orkney Isles, home of the "The Worlds Shortest Scheduled Flight" on the following dates:

Monday 3rd December on Sanday * Tuesday 4th December on Westray * Friday 7th December on Stronsay * Tuesday 18th December on North Ronaldsay * Wednesday 19th December on Eday * Thursday 20th December on Papa Westray

This year's aviation-curious island hopping curator is ROBB MITCHELL (http://www.egomassage.tk/).

2007 Artists: Carolyn Alexander, Krista Birnbaum, Jaygo Bloom, Kirsten Bradley, Margaret Ferguson Burns, Avalanche Collective, Janet Curley Cannon, Sarah Detweiler, Jan Hakon Erichsen, Kristina Faragher, Karen Gaskill, Jonathan Greenaway, Jeffrey Helkenberg, Esther Johnson, Kevin Jones, Jonathon Keats, Linda Lencovic, Anna Mields, Sang Nam, Erin O'Hara, Robert Pasternak, Alison Philip And Johnny Beaver, Beverly Richey, Gina Rymarcsuk, Edward Sands, Jasper Sebastian Stürup, Erika Suderburg, Shawn Towne, Chirstinn Whyte, Jay Alan Yim

Visit http://www.poppingpixels.org for an online sneak preview and all the information regarding this 3rd annual super adventure.


OPPORTUNITY

3RD ANNUAL PIXEL POPS! CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS


Deadline:
Sat Jul 07, 2007 16:05

This year's theme: SHORT & FAST

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: AUGUST 25th, 2007. ONLINE SUBMISSIONS AT http://poppingpixels.org/

This year we are looking for digital work that is short and fast (small in file size and quick in linear time). The 2007 exhibits will be held at various airfields in the northern Orkney Isles, home of the "The World's Shortest Scheduled Flight".

ACCEPTED FORMAT: .MOV files. Maximum file size: 5MB Maximum Length: 2 MINUTES (approximately equal to the shortest scheduled flight time).

EXHIBITION DATE: OCTOBER 2007

2007 CURATOR/ORGANIZER: ROBB MITCHELL (http://www.egomassage.tk). As a curator, producer and event organiser, Robb Mitchell has had founding roles in the development of many interdisciplinary creative initiatives including The Chateau (http://www.chateaugateau.co.uk), Free Gallery (http://www.machinista.org.uk), Machinista Glasgow 2004 and the new media / hacklab (http://www.electronclub.org) Electron Club at Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) Glasgow. He is also a board member of Clydeside Initiative for the Arts ((http://www.swg3.tv) Studio Warehouse). With New Media Scotland (http://www.mediascot.org) he organised the Scottish node of the Upgrade! (http://www.theupgrade.net) international network of art & technology gatherings.

ABOUT PIXEL POPS!: PixelPops!, now in its 3rd year, is an ongoing, traveling series of annual digital art exhibits, each with its own theme and each curated in a new location by a new individual. The series is wildly organic in the sense that it changes with each year's new locale and the creativity that each new curator brings to it. Year after year the online catalogue continues to grow and provide new resonances and global connections in artistic interpretation. PixelPops was founded by and is set in motion each year (from afar) by Colleen Tully (http://www.colleentully.com). Previous guest curators have been Cynthia Beth Rubin (New Haven, 2005), Natalia Vasquez, Joan Sanchez, Michal Blazek (Prague, 2006)


DISCUSSION

Pixel Pops! 2007 - Your Turn?


Pixel Pops! 2007, the artist curated exhibiton, is looking for curators/artists/organizers for the next edition to take place sometime in October 2007 (date negotiable).

Domain name, web and support included. We launched it, now it's time to pass it on!

It was in New Haven, CT, USA one year and Prague, Czech Republic the next. Where will it travel in 2007?

This year we have online submission and jurying tools to make it easier for you. The theme this year is Short and Fast in...you name the place. Check out the website to get a better idea of what goes on: http://www.poppingpixels.org.

Interested persons should email colleen.tully@recol.com

DISCUSSION

Pixel Pops! 2007 - Your Turn?


Pixel Pops! 2007, the artist curated exhibiton, is looking for curators/artists/organizers for the next edition to take place sometime in October 2007 (date negotiable).

Domain name, web and support included. We launched it, now it's time to pass it on!

It was in New Haven, CT, USA one year and Prague, Czech Republic the next. Where will it travel in 2007?

This year we have online submission and jurying tools to make it easier for you. The theme this year is Short and Fast in...you name the place. Check out the website to get a better idea of what goes on: http://www.poppingpixels.org.

Interested persons should email colleen.tully@recol.com

DISCUSSION

Pixel Pops! in Praque


Pixel Pops! Submission Deadline Extension and Exhibition Date Change -
New Deadline: 8 July 2006

Call for Submissions - Pixel Pops!

International exhibition in October 2006 in Prague, Czech Republic.
This is an artist-organized exhibition, coordinated by Natalia Vasquez (Miami, US), Michal Blazek (Prague, Czech Republic), and Joan Sanchez (Barcelona, Spain).

There are no fees to enter.
This will be a juried show based on work submitted.

We will arrange to display a variety of digital works. All work must show evidence of extensive computer manipulation or be otherwise highly digital.

Acceptable Formats:
---Web-based Works (No live Internet available for exhibit, all work should be self-contained. See information below.)

---Short Videos & Animations (1-3 minutes preferred, will accept up to 7
minutes)
*Upload a tiny file (180x120 is OK) for jurying.

*It is important that you also send us a file that is big enough for display (up to 10megabytes by email) by the 8 July deadline.

*Also send a DVD with your work by 22July (this will ensure high quality resolution for projection)

* see shipping address below

---Interactive Works (Flash, Director, MaxMSP/Jitter)
Interactive works can be "recorded" and uploaded up to 10megabytes. Interactive works must have an additional auto-run mode.

Information:
*All submitted work must be able to run locally (on a hard drive) in a
web browser such as Netscape or Firefox. Please submit by sending an
email to poppingpixels@gmail.com with an attachment or web link to your work.

*Attach a brief artist statement and a description of your work (up to 1 page) as a word document. Texts accepted in English, Espanol, Francais.

*Copyright Info: All artists accepted for this exhibition will retain
ownership of copyright and all other rights to their artwork. We retain the right to use images of accepted artwork for promotional reasons concerning the exhibition or future projects.

*Multiple submissions are accepted and encouraged!

*All participating artists will have their work added to the Popping Pixels site. http://www.poppingpixels.org (Last year