17 Days


Submissions

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Submissions of digital video, film if able to be exhibited on dvd or animation are welcome for 17 Days and are accepted by mail or email. Submissions are ongoing.

In addition to 17 Days, submissions are also welcome for the Frostic Video and Sound Art Series and future curated video loops (example Plus 3 Ferris Wheels or Ritual and Repetition).

For submissions by email (preferred):

• Provide website link to video
• Artist Statement (pdf)
• Short Bio or CV (pdf)
• Please note if you would like to be considered for 17 Days and/or Frostic Video and Sound Art Series and/or future loops.
• Email to: adriane.little@wmich.edu
• Please write Video Submission in the subject line

For submissions by mail:

• Video samples on dvd
• Artist Statement
• Short Bio or CV
• Please note if you would like to be considered for 17 Days and/or Frostic Video and Sound Art Series and/or future loops.
• SASE if requesting preview dvd to be returned

Mail to:

Western Michigan University
Gwen Frostic School of Art, 5213
Attn: Adriane Little
1903 W. Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5213

Please Note: At this time, we are unable to present videos that charge a fee for viewing.

Please Also Note: if your video is selected we will require the following by a signed submission form:
• Screening copy of video – looping dvd (or quicktime file in the case of a looped exhibition).
• 4-5 still images per video, statement and permission to post on blog created for the exhibition
• Permission to allow the work to travel if the opportunity presents itself

If you have questions, contact Adriane Little at adriane.little@wmich.edu with video submission in the subject line.

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17 Days is a video series, curated by Adriane Little, for the Atrium Gallery at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts at Western Michigan University. The concept is that there are 17 Days paired with 17 video artists. One artist’s video work per selected day will play continuously and simultaneously on both of the 50” plasma screens, one on the first floor and one on the second floor, located at the front entrance of the Richmond Center for Visual Art in the Atrium Gallery. 17 Days began with the spring 2008 semester and then continues in the spring semesters going forward.


Sylvie Bélanger, Dé_Libération, 3:42 mins








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