CALL FOR ENTRIES - MONO NO AWARE VII
Deadline: October 31, 2013
Submission fee : none
Submissions are now open for the 7th Annual Mono No Aware exhibition, to take place December 6th & 7th, 2013 at LightSpace Studios in Brooklyn, NY. Open to all artists; filmmakers, performers, poets, musicians - who incorporate Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as part of a live performance, installation, sculpture or expanded cinema presentation.
DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 31, 2013
NO DIGITAL PROJECTIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED. FILM ONLY.
NO FEE FOR SUBMISSION. FUNDED BY LOCAL ARITSTS AND FILMMAKERS.
The 2013 image (above) is a scan of SCALP MASSAGE, a 16mm film by Kenneth Zoran Curwood.
LIMITED SPOTS REMAINING!
Direct Filmmaking / Animation // 3-D Puppet Animation // Hand-Processing Color Negative Film // Producing for Independent Film
PARTNERS : KODAK, ORWO, DIJIFI, PAC-LAB, THE STANDBY PROGRAM
FRIENDS : THE CENTER FOR PERFORMANCE RESEARCH
Over the last 7 years the MONO NO AWARE annual festival has become the premiere exhibition to focus on the cinematic experience - blending moving image with performance and installation art. In 2012 there were over 500 people in attendance. MONO NO AWARE is a Brooklyn based organization promoting the work of selected individuals and collectives making contemporary art/film that incorporates Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as part of a sculpture, installation, dance, or expanded cinema performance. Our workshop program sees over 200 participants from around the world each year. Mono No Aware is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of Mono No Aware must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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With new work by Bumblebee Sunday August 19, 18 h until 21 h // Epic Lounge 8239 2nd Street Downey, CA 90241 // reception : Sunday August 19, 2012 // 18 h // info : +1 323 939 0600
Carmichael Gallery announcee a special screening of the new documentary short Bumblebeelovesyou, a visual profile of Los Angeles-based artist Bumblebee. Presented by The Downey Arts Coalition, Bumblebeelovesyou was produced by HANDi, a team of Downey-based filmmakers.
Bumblebee’s work first came to life on the streets and abandoned buildings of Downey, a city located in southeast Los Angeles County. With a focus on themes of innocence, communication and coming of age, his stencil and sculptural works are most often rendered in the simple, but instantly identifiable color palette of yellow and black. Ongoing campaigns range from the remodeling of urban furniture such as abandoned phone kiosks and newspaper boxes to large-scale mural projects that address and work to raise awareness of issues such as youth homelessness.
Bumblebee has exhibited his work in group exhibitions at Carmichael Gallery, Mark Moore Gallery, Thinkspace Gallery (who also included him in their curated exhibitions at Together Gallery and London Miles Gallery), LeBasse Projects and the Portsmouth Museum of Art. Online and print media outlets in which he and his work have been featured include tasj magazine, Ekosystem, TEDxBloomington, The Downey Patriot, Unurth, SlamxHype, Arrested Motion, PSFK, The Dirt Floor, Vandalog, GOOD, Wooster Collective, My Modern Met, Sour Harvest, Daily du Jour and The Daily Portsmouth. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles.
HANDi is a team of filmmakers based in Downey, CA. The name HANDi is synonymous with the prefix "handy" which is associated with a convenient and useful product. "Handy" also pertains to the hands and a handmade quality. Our philosophy is embedded in this single idea. Being handmade, we use whatever we can find on a shoestring budget and craft everything ourselves.
Deadline : July 29, 2012 // Application fee : none
The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (MOCA) is seeking film and video submissions for the 14th edition of Optic Nerve, the museum's film and video showcase for emerging artists. "MOCA’s Optic Nerve program is designed to provide emerging artists with an important venue in which to show their works.
Submissions will be reviewed by a jury of film and art professionals and the selected films will premiere at Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (770 NE 125th Street, North Miami) on Friday, September 14, 2012.
One of the films will be purchased for the museum’s permanent collection. Optic Nerve 14 will also be screened at BIG SCREEN PLAZA, New York and de la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space, Miami.
All submissions must contain original material and must have been created within the last two years. Entries must be with a running time no longer than 5 minutes length (strictly enforced). Entries are limited to two per person.
Oslo Screen Festival is an international festival for video art happening in Oslo every two years. This is a non-profit initiative started in 2008 by visual artist Margarida Paiva and producer Rune Sandnes.
Both established and emerging artists are invited to send their work. The festival focuses on works that seek their own language through subjectivity and experimentation. The selected works will be part of the festival's archive.
The aim of the festival is to establish a platform for video art in Norway for both Norwegian and international artists and to break boundaries in the selection of video art and visualize a wider cultural diversity of expressions and forms. The purpose of the festival is to inspire the artistic and cultural environments in Norway and to stimulate the audiences’ consciousness of the world around.