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ELO 2008

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In conjunction with the ELO 2008 Conference, there will be a juried Media Arts Show, held from Wednesday, May 28-June 2, 2008 at Northbank Artists Gallery in downtown Vancouver, Washington, just a short walk from the conference hotel. In particular, we are looking for works such as:

  1. Electronic literary works, such as hypertext poetry and fiction, interactive fiction, flash poetry and fiction, as well as other forms of eliterature
  2. Net art pieces
  3. Video
  4. Animations
  5. Sonic art
  6. Experimental or conceptual multimedia works

The length of works should not exceed 20 minutes per entry. Because of the limitation of space, all works must be able to be exhibited via the computer screen. We will not be able to accommodate live performances or installations.

Awards

Artists selected for the show will be awarded $500 bursaries and entry to the conference and all events. They are expected to attend the conference and Media Arts Show. Bursaries will be dispersed at the Saturday night conference dinner. Artists will be honored at that event.

Guidelines for Submissions
Submissions will be taken beginning October 1 and are due by November 30, 2007. Notification of awards will take place by January 15, 2008.

There are two methods of submissions:

  1. CDs or DVDs should be mailed to:
    Dr. John Barber
    Digital Technology and Culture Program
    Washington State University Vancouver
    14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
    Vancouver, WA 98686
    USA
  2. URLs for websites should be emailed to Dr. John Barber at jfbarber@vancouver.wsu.edu

Please do not email work. No work will be considered if it arrives via email. Work not selected for the show will be mailed back to artists.

For more information, contact Dr. Dene Grigar
grigar@vancouver.wsu.edu
360-546-9487

 
 
 
 
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