The 4th edition of the VIDEOHOLICA INTERNATIONAL VIDEO ART FESTIVAL is open for 2011 video art entries for this year’s festival. VIDEOHOLICA 2011 will take place within the period 5 – 12 August 2011 in Varna, Bulgaria.

The events held during VIDEOHOLICA 2011 will include a series of evening video art projections in outdoor public spaces in Varna, such as the inner yard of the Varna Archaeology Museum, the back yard of the Varna Puppet Theatre, the Rakovina Open-Air Stage in the Varna Sea Garden and other. In parallel with the video art screenings of VIDEOHOLICA 2011, exhibitions, discussions, and workshops concerning video and contemporary art topics led by established local and international art professionals followed by a reception with honoured video artists will take place in gallery and museum spaces in Varna.

The decisions about the selection of the videos will be made by the 5-member jury. All the applicants, who observe the rules and the deadline, will have admission to the jury, which will take place in July 2011. The final results will be announced and sent to the applicants by e-mail by the end of July 2011. The jury will make representative selection of 20 video art works, which will be presented further to video and contemporary art festivals, screenings and exhibitions to highlight the involvement and support of VIDEOHOLICA international partner events.

The theme of VIDEOHOLICA 2011 is free.

This year’s VIDEOHOLICA festival has no submission fee.


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