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International Audio Art Festival - Call for submissions

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Attention All Audio Artists!

Audio artists around the world are invited to send their work to Art in the Air, an International Audio Art Festival, hosted by Faucet Media Arts Centre and Struts Gallery, in Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada, from August 18-20, 2005.

Art in the Air is the audio component of Bridge & Main, a media arts festival, also hosted by Faucet Media Arts Centre and Struts Gallery at the same time.

We are looking for all types of audio works.

The only requirement is that the totality of the work must be audio. Audio-based works that need to be installed in a 3D space or that include other mediums (video, sculpture, etc.) cannot be accommodated.

Selected works will be presented in a listening lounge that will be open to the public for listening throughout the festival. Works will also be broadcast on CHMA Radio (FM and Internet), on programming specifically prepared for the event.

Art in the Air is interested in presenting individual works, as well as a body of work, from selected artists. So send in one, or several audio works for consideration.

All submissions should include the following:

Audio CD(s) containing your work(s)
Brief description of the work(s)
Artist Statement
CV
Contact info (E-mail, telephone number, postal address, etc.)

Submissions must be received by June 21, 2005.

Send all materials to:

Art in the Air
C/o Richard Ibghy
Alte Schönhauser Str. 39/40
10119 Berlin-Mitte / Germany

Submissions should inscribe: NO COMMERCIAL VALUE - FOR CULTURAL PURPOSES ONLY on the package.

If you have any questions, please contact: marilou36@hotmail.com or ibghy@openface.com,
www.strutsgallery.ca/faucet.html for more information.

Marilou Lemmens & Richard Ibghy
Festival curators
 
 
 
 
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