The Mediawall is a large vertical video display at the heart of the HCC, located at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. We are looking for artists to submit video art to be publicly displayed on-loop throughout the month of March. We encourage submissions from all artists, no fee required.
OPEN CALL - Deadline 29 February 2024 site specific and video art exhibition series by murmurcontemporary
melting walls (volume 1) upcoming
The concept of Melting Walls series of exhibitions, comes from the idea to open up opportunities to present and engage diverse audiences into an anthropologic perspective for a creative experimental walk.
We are so excited to announce that submissions are NOW OPEN for the 17th annual the8fest Small-Gauge Film Festival that will take place in 2024 in Toronto, Canada!
the8fest is on the lookout for your 8mm, Super 8, and 9.5mm films, along with other small-gauge film projects like loops and installations for our Bageroo programs. We are thrilled to host our 17th festival, which will be showcased both in-person and online in 2024.
Tucked away in the village of Alfred in rural western New York, the experimental film and media arts festival Light Matter has become “a major East Coast showcase for experimental film and video” in three short years. Spurred by a desire to bring together the often disconnected worlds of Film and Media Arts, curator James Hansen constructs thoughtful, eccentric programs that seek to create conversation between individual works, showcasing both emerging and established artists....
As part of Interlocking Dimensions: Eco-Art at the Deering Contemporary, 16mm Experimental Film Program is a free presentation of rare Avant-garde and experimental works from cinema history presented in their original 16mm film formats as part of The program features silent artist films by Stan Brakhage, Abigail Child, David Gatten, and Barbara Hammer. Free with RSVP. 3pm ET March 2. 2024
The Birley are delighted to present a screening of key works by Lynn Loo, selected from decades of experimentation and sustained engagement with sound and moving image. Since 2005, She has been collaborating with Guy Sherwin in numerous film performances and projects. Her films have been included in numerous international festivals and galleries. Some of her works are in the collection of Asian Film Archive in Singapore and recently in He Xiangning Art Museum in China.
Shirley Erbacher was a denizen of the Hyde Park Arts Center, a longtime employee of the Chicago Public Library, and a small-gauge filmmaker creating lively and deeply personal work from 1965-1972. Her handcrafted, silent films include portraits of family, children at play, Chicago landscapes, and public art. Join us for a screening of all 14 of her known films on the original 8mm format.