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Wed, 30 Oct 2002 15:39:49 +0100
SPARK VIDEO INTERNATIONAL:
A MONTHLY VIDEO ART SERIES AT SPARK CONTEMPORARY ART SPACE IN SYRACUSE,
Our 2002/2003 programming year began in September 2002 with immediate
success. Tapes have poured in from all over the world and 4 incredible
programmes have been curated thus far. We will continue to accept as much
work as possible until April 2003, the last month of this programming year.
Videos for January, February, March and April have yet to be selected.
These last 4 shows will be curated from past and future submissions.
Selected artists will be notified prior to the screening date.
Unfortunately, notification of non-selected videos will not be issued
2003...when we are positive the work will not be included in this years
program. All videos submitted with a SASE will be returned in May 2003 and
all others will be added to the Spark Contemporary Art Space Library for
consideration in future curatorial projects.
CHECK US OUT ONLINE AT: http://cgr.syr.edu/spark
ABOUT: With the implementation of a monthly video series in the year 2001,
Spark Contemporary Art Space emerged as the leading venue for Video Art in
Syracuse, New York. For our current programming year, each monthly event
will consist of one SPARK VIDEO INTERNATIONAL program and one program of
community based video known as SPARK HOME VIDEO. The result is a monthly
series that supports local exhibition, stimulates the community through
International exhibition and provides a new audience for artists living all
over the world.
DEADLINE: Ongoing, but earlier entries are given preference due to time
restraints. We are still seeking work for our 2002-2003 programming year
and will be until April 1st, 2003.
GUIDELINES: Videos should be short -- under 15.00 minutes. All types of
independent/non-commercial work is accepted: experimental, documentary,
narrative, non-narrative, controversial, political, personal, sexual, etc...
Commercial productions and Music Videos need not apply. International and
Domestic submissions are encouraged.
FORMATS ACCEPTED: VHS (NTSC and PAL), SVHS (NTSC), 3/4" UMATIC (NTSC), Hi8
(NTSC), MiniDV (NTSC) or DVCAM (NTSC). Please include: Synopsis, Bio, CV and
Contact Information. SASE required for tape return. Otherwise, all
submissions will be added to the Spark Contemporary Art Space Video
Library for possible inclusion in future curatorial projects. Artists will
be contacted for permission prior to having their work included in other
programs. Unfortunately, Artist Fees cannot be paid.
THEIR ARE NO OFFICIAL ENTRY FORMS OR ENTRY FEES.
SEND ALL MATERIALS TO:
Jeremy Drummond - Video Programmer
Spark Contemporary Art Space
535 Westcott Street Apt. #2
Syracuse, NY. 13210 USA.
Visit our website at http://cgr.syr.edu/spark for more information!
E-mail Jeremy Drummond at email@example.com for questions.