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Opportunity: Signal & Noise festival, call for curatorial submissions

Posted by Michelle Kasprzak • Sunday, December 6. 2009 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities

The application date for this opportunity has passed.


Curator Submission Guidelines
Download the application form here.

Submission Deadline | January 15 2010

Festival Dates | May 27, 28, 29 2010

A/ All text materials must be submitted in digital and print copy.

B/ Please label the front of your envelope with the media/discipline of work in your program

C/ All preview DVD’s should be formatted in Region 0 or NTSC

D/ All video work must screen in NTSC

E/ There is no entry fee. Signal & Noise is a non-competitive festival. Artist and Curator fees are paid in accordance with IMAA or CARFAC fee schedules. Artists are responsible for all material, installation and travel expenses. Signal & Noise has select audiovisual equipment available for presentation. Letters of invitation are available for accepted artists seeking funding.

F/ Signal & Noise is predominantly a time-based festival. Time and space for setup, tech rehearsal and installation is minimal. Please consider these elements of your curatorial proposal upon applying.

G/ All submissions made to Signal & Noise 2010 will be juried. Submission to Signal & Noise does not ensure participation in the festival. Jury notes will not be made available. We cannot return submissions.

Please send submissions to:
Signal & Noise 2010
C/O VIVO Media Arts Centre
1965 Main Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada V5T 3C1
Tel: +1 604 872 8337 ext. 3
2010 -at-
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