Call for Works
The [RE]Generative New Media Festival at Elon University invites the work of regional, national, and international artists across a wide variety of styles, contents, technologies, and lengths. Open to any new media artist working in screen- and time-based work, including video art, experimental documentary, animation, computational art, or any single or multiple-channel work that may be viewed on a single large-scale screen. Artworks may be but need not necessarily be narrative. A full-color print catalog will be published and distributed to all exhibiting artists.
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Elon University is an academic community that works to transform mind, body, and spirit and encourages freedom of thought and liberty of conscience. A private institution founded in 1889, it is the #1 ranked Regional University in the Southeast. The Department of Art and Art History is committed to scholarly pursuit and creative expression in the midst of our richly intellectual community. Our programs share a dynamic and challenging undergraduate arts curriculum grounded in the liberal arts and sciences and integrated learning across the disciplines.