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Electrofringe 2008

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Electrofringe 2008 is now calling for proposals for this year’s festival from artists, media makers, curators, researchers, playful experimenters, enthusiasts, writers and producers.

Electrofringe is a five day festival of electronic arts and culture occurring as part of This Is Not Art in Newcastle Australia. Electrofringe is dedicated to furthering the creative use of technology and electronic art forms with focus upon skills exchange and development. In 2008 Electrofringe is also including a residency program in Newcastle during the lead up the the festival to allow for the creation of site specific work.

Electrofringe is seeking proposals in the following program areas:

Artist and Project Presentations, Panels, Workshops, Site Specific Residencies, Special Events, Electro-Online (web based art) and Electro-Screen (single channel video based works).

WORKSHOP, PRESENTATION, PANEL AND RESIDENCY PROPOSALS ARE DUE BY THE 31ST OF MARCH 2008
(please note that Electrofringe cannot assist with travel costs to the festival. If you are interested in presenting at the festival and you live outside of Australia we can assist with letters of support for funding grants)

ELECTRO-ONLINE AND ELECTRO-PROJECTIONS SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE BY THE 31ST OF MAY 2008

Melissa Delaney / Elmar Trefz / Alex White
Directors
Electrofringe

Festival Dates: 2 October – 6 October 2008

Electrofringe is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts advisory body.

 
 
 
 
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