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OPPORTUNITY

Retro Futurism


Deadline:
Sun Oct 10, 2010 00:00

Location:
United States of America

Retro Futurism
December 2010 (Exhibition)
October 10, 2010 (entry deadline)

About the Exhibition:
Retro Futurism is an exhibition that looks at the present and the future through the lens of the past.
What did the past get right about the future? What do you wish it had?
What are you glad it didn’t? What are your hopes for tomorrow?
What ideas today will be quaint “rocket cars” of tomorrow?

About The Theme:
We are not just looking for cool images (although those can work) but ideas that resonated then, still do, and will hopefully into the future. Concept driven work is fully emphasized.

Eligibility:
Open to all artists worldwide, except students enrolled in an undergraduate program.

How to Submit Your Work:
Please submit the following items in one email to retrofuturism-rhizome@spacecampgallery.com
1. Up to 5 artworks
a. You may include up to 3 views of detailed or 3D work)
b. JPG or PDF for non-moving work
c. MP4, WMA, or Quicktime for video or other time based work
2. Artist Statement about the work
3. Artist Biography, 3rd person
4. Artist Resume or CV
5. Image List including size, media, date, and sale price (if for sale)
6. List of special instructions/requirements for installation
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[list] [*]Please include your name in each file title (i.e. Jane Doe, Resume.doc)
[*]Messages are limited to 25MB
o Links are acceptable for large video files
[*]All documents must be in either Word or PDF format.
[*]Any accepted work may be used in promotional materials such as show cards or on the website.[/list]
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Review and Selection:
Work will be reviewed by the curators. Artists will be contacted by October 30, 2010 and informed what works are selected for the exhibition. Work will be due to the gallery by November 20, 2010.

Costs:
There is no submission fee to enter or participate, but artists are responsible for shipping both directions.
Artists will receive 70% of the sale price for anything sold during the show.

Dates to Remember:
Submissions due: October 10, 2010
Artists informed of artwork selected for exhibition by: October 30, 2010
Work received by gallery: November 20, 2010
Exhibition: December 2010
Opening Reception: December 3, 2010, First Friday Art Walk
Artwork returned: Mid-January

About the Location:
SpaceCamp MicroGallery is a small contemporary arts gallery located in the Murphy Arts Building in Indianapolis, Indiana. SpaceCamp is dedicated to bringing small (size wise) but large (idea wise) national and international art to Indianapolis. The co-gallerists are Flounder Lee, Paul Miller, and Kurt Nettleton. www.spacecampgallery.com

The Murphy is a collection of galleries, studios, and restaurants. It is also the temporary home of the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. The Murphy and SpaceCamp are located in the Fountain Square Arts District near Downtown Indianapolis.


OPPORTUNITY

TPS Reports: Performance Documents (no entry fee)


Deadline:
Tue Oct 05, 2010 00:00

Location:
United States of America

TPS Reports: Performance Documents
February 2011 (Exhibition)
October 5, 2010 (entry deadline)

About the Exhibition:
TPS Reports: Performance Documents is an exhibition of the “stuff” that results from performances: detritus, photographs, drawings, sculptures, videos, etc. We are not interested in the documentation of the performance itself, just the results. We are mostly looking for the items that were made as the primary goal of the performance.

About The Theme:
How do these items live on after the performance? Is it possible or necessary to understand the performance based on what is created through it?

Eligibility:
Open to all artists worldwide. Work is limited in size to no more than 1x1x1 meter.

How to Submit Your Work:
Please submit the following items in one email to tpsreports-rhizome@spacecampgallery.com
1. Up to 5 artworks
a. You may include up to 3 views of detailed or 3D work)
b. JPG or PDF for non-moving work
c. MP4, WMA, or Quicktime for video or other time based work
2. Artist Statement about the work
3. Artist Biography, 3rd person
4. Artist Resume or CV
5. Image List including size, media, date, and sale price (if for sale)
6. List of special instructions/requirements for installation

●Please include your name in each file title (i.e. Jane Doe, Resume.doc)
●Messages are limited to 25MB
●Links are acceptable for large video files
●All documents must be in either Word or PDF format.
●Any accepted work may be used in promotional materials such as show cards or on the website.

Review and Selection:
Work will be reviewed by the curator. Artists will be contacted by November 15, 2010 and informed what works are selected for the exhibition. Work will be due to the gallery by January 15, 2011.

Costs:
There is no submission fee to enter or participate, but artists are responsible for shipping both directions.
Artists will receive 70% of the sale price for anything sold during the show.

Dates to Remember:
Submissions due: October 5, 2010
Artists informed of artwork selected for exhibition by: November 15, 2010
Work received by gallery: January 15, 2011
Exhibition: February 2011
Opening Reception: First Friday February 4, 2011
Artwork returned: End of February

About the Location:
SpaceCamp MicroGallery is a small contemporary arts gallery located in the Murphy Arts Building in Indianapolis, Indiana. SpaceCamp is dedicated to bringing small (size wise) but large (idea wise) national and international art to Indianapolis. The co-gallerists are Flounder Lee, Paul Miller, and Kurt Nettleton. http://www.spacecampgallery.com

The Murphy is a collection of galleries, studios, and restaurants. It is also the temporary home of the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. The Murphy and SpaceCamp are located in the Fountain Square Arts District near Downtown Indianapolis.

About the Curator:
Flounder Lee is an artist/curator/educator living in Indianapolis, Indiana. He has curated several recent shows such as Double Vision: A Dual Channel Video Festival and One Performative Night. He is an Assistant Professor of Photography at Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI. He received his BFA from the University of Florida and his MFA from California State University Long Beach.

http://www.spacecampgallery.com/tpsreports.pdf


DISCUSSION

Call For Proposals: Double Vision: A Dual-Channel Video Festival


The video upload site filedropper has had some major issues for us so we are updating the call:

Double Vision: A Dual-Channel Video Festival
Wednesday October 28th, 2009

About The Festival:
This festival is to be screened at Herron School of Art and Design in the Basile Auditorium in conjunction with the photography and video exhibition Between History and Memory. Herron is located on the campus of Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). The screening will take place on Wednesday October 28th, 2009.

About The Theme:
Dual Channel video work is a style that is often included in exhibition format but rarely seen in a festival type screening; therefore this festival will exclusively feature this format. Works that truly experiment with the format are encouraged, but any two channel (side by side) video work will be considered.

Eligibility:
Open to all artists worldwide. Videos are limited to 20 minutes.

How to Submit Your Work:
Please send up to 5 two channel video works (side by side) in H.264 MP4 format. Videos should be 250MB or less for the judging phase. Please name your files artist name, title.mp4 for example George Washington, White Horse.mp4 Send larger videos via http://www.badongo.com/ (no registration to badongo required but a free account gives more control)

Via email, submit a corresponding title list. The title list should include the title, date, length, and any copyright information. Each submission must be accompanied with a brief artist statement about each video and/or your work as a whole as well as an artist bio and/or artist resume. All documents must be included electronically as either a Word document or a PDF. Also, please include the best frame capture from each setup in JPEG format for publicity purposes.

All submissions are due by September 1, 2009. Email submissions and any questions to: dualchannelshow@gmail.com Gmail allows messages up to 25MB so you may send videos and attachments less than this directly.

Review and Selection:
Work will be reviewed by a committee. Artists will be contacted by September 30, 2009 and informed what works are selected for the exhibition. DVDs of the correct resolution and format will be due by October 12th to the address below.

Dates to Remember:
Submissions due: September 1, 2009
Artists informed of artwork selected for exhibition by: September 30, 2009
Deadline for DVDs of accepted work: October 12th, 2009
Video Screening: October 28, 2009

Checklist for Submissions:
In the email:
•Artist Statement (Word or PDF format)
•Bio or Artist Resume (Word or PDF format)
•Image List (Word or PDF format)
•Video title list (Word or PDF format)
•Submission form below (Word or PDF format)
•Link to file on http://www.badongo.com/ (for larger videos)
•Video if email is less than 25MB
•Best frame capture as JPEG for publicity purposes

Send Accepted Works to:
Paula Katz, Gallery Director
Attn: Double Vision
Herron School of Art and Design, HR 189
735 W. New York Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Submission Form (to be submitted with DVD and other materials):
Name:
Address:
Daytime Phone:
Evening Phone:
Cell Phone:
E-mail:

(Check one) I give\_\_\_\_do not give \_\_\_\_ permission to the Herron School of Art and Design to photograph and/or reproduce my work for publicity and educational purposes.

Signed: \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_ (Your typed name is considered your signature.) Date:\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_


DISCUSSION

Call For Proposals: Double Vision: A Dual-Channel Video Festival


Submission Form (to be submitted with DVD and other materials):
Name:
Address:
Daytime Phone:
Evening Phone:
Cell Phone:
E-mail:

(Check one) I give____do not give ____ permission to the Herron School of Art and Design to photograph and/or reproduce my work for publicity and educational purposes.

Signed: ____________________________ (Your typed name is considered your signature.) Date:______________________________

DISCUSSION

Call For Proposals: Double Vision: A Dual-Channel Video Festival


There seems to be some confusion on the phrase dual-channel. It simply means two-channel or two screens at once. Thanks!