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Portable Worlds Call for Works Deadline August 7 2006
Â Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) is seeking expressions of interest from Australian artists creating work for mobile phones for inclusion in Â Â Â‘Portable WorldsÂ’; a touring exhibition proposed to travel for 12 months to 8 regional and major centres nationally.
Artists will receive and artist fee of Â $500 for the right to nonÂ–exclusive showing of their work and may be offered further fees and travel to some venues to be involved in artist talks or workshops.
Expressions of interest are being sought for existing works, or works to be completed before Jan 07. Works under development will need to show substantial prior development at the time of application in order to be successful.
All works need to be appropriate for general viewing and will be assessed on artistic merit and suitability for tour. Â Â
Applications will be assessed by: Claudia Sagripanti is Chair of the AIMIA Mobile Content Industry Development Group (MCIDA), ANAT board member and runs VentureOne. Christy Dena is a cross-media entertainment consultant, creator and researcher and on the board of dLux Â Media Arts. Leslie Nassar is on the board of Â dLux Media Arts and runs mojourno.com. Sasha Grbich is the ANAT project manager for Â‘Portable WorldsÂ’. Hugh Davies is international digital media artist, educator and ANAT board member.
Expressions of interest due 7 August 2006 For further information and criteria, email Project Manager Sasha Grbich at Australian Network for Art and Technology firstname.lastname@example.org
Artists will be notified by September 06
Â‘Portable WorldsÂ’ is subject to funding and the program will be confirmed Jan 2007