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Animate OPEN - Online - Submit by June 20 '11

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Animate OPEN - Online - Submit by June 20 '11

Postby Charles » Mon May 23, 2011 9:16 am

Animate Projects, the U.K.-based promoter of experimental animation, has announced a call for submissions for its first ever online exhibition, Animate OPEN.

Submissions will be accepted until June 20, 2011, with selected works available to view online starting in July. The exhibit is part of Digitalis, a series of activities taking place throughout 2011 to explore (or confound) expectations of art and digital media.

For Animate OPEN, experimental works by U.K. artists, animators and filmmakers are being sought. Up to ten films will be selected for the exhibition, which will be presented on accompanied by interviews with the artists. The films will also be featured in the Digitalis publication and at other Digitalis events later this year. There is no entry fee.

A jury will select the projects to be featured, and two cash prizes will be awarded: a Jury Award (1,000 GBP) and an Audience Award (300 GBP) voted for by exhibition visitors.

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