Call for Entries

CALL FOR SILENT VIDEOS – Grey Projects/Arts on Division

CALL FOR SILENT VIDEOS – NO FEE – DEADLINE SEPT 1, 2017. Call for videos to be presented at the Arts on Division Festival, Somerville, NJ, September 14-17. Open to original work in Video. Videos will be presented with no audio. Duration may not exceed 5 minutes per piece. No minimum duration. All video styles will be considered. Pieces will be on a loop shared with other artists/pieces. Contact greyprojects@yahoo.com with questions. DOWNLOAD PROSPECTUS at www.greyprojects.net/entry_multivideo_01.pdf Arts on Division (AOD) is dedicated to building community through the arts and arts education; promoting the advancement, development and support of visual, musical,…

Call for Entries, Film Festival

56th Ann Arbor Film Festival Call for Entries Opening Soon

Awards: The AAFF offers approximately $21,000 in cash and in-kind awards each year. For a list of the award winners from the 55th AAFF, see: http://aafilmfest.org/news/308-55th-aaff-awards Entries: Open to the public Eligibility: The Ann Arbor Film Festival is open to all motion pictures and all genres that demonstrate a high regard for the moving image as an art form. Work previously submitted may not be re-entered. Entries are accepted in one of two categories: short and feature length. Short films are 59 minutes and under in runtime. Feature films are 60 minutes or longer in runtime. Foreign entries should have…

Announcement

Exhibition Announcement – Revisions—Zen for Film

Revisions—Zen for Film On view September 18, 2015–January 10, 2016 How do works of art endure over time in the face of aging materials and changing interpretations of their meaning? How do decay, technological obsolescence, and the blending of old and new media affect what an artwork is and can become? And how can changeable artworks encourage us to rethink our assumptions of a work of art as fixed and static? Revisions—Zen for Film, an exhibition on view in Bard Graduate Center’s Focus Gallery from September 18, 2015 through January 10, 2016 explores these questions through Zen for Film (1962-64),…