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Call For Works: Media Arts Show ELO14. Submit by 15 December!

Call For Works: Media Arts Show ELO14.  Submit by 15 December!


Still from Caitlin Fisher's 200 Castles, an augmented reality e-lit work on display at the Chercher le Texte Festival in Paris.



The Electronic Literature Organization's Media Arts Show provides an occasion for juried review, and extended display, performance, and presentation of original works. 
The Committee especially welcomes submissions from artists who are new to electronic literature or who are in the beginning stages of their e-literary artistic production.   Limited funds will be available to support artists presenting work at the Show.  Artists need not attend the Conference in order to show work.
If you'd like to perform your piece live,  please indicate such a willingness in your proposal.  Skype or other virtual presentation modes will not be permitted for artistic works.
All Media Arts proposals should be no more than 500 words, including a brief description of the content and format of the presentation and contact information for the presenter(s). If you'd like to submit more than one work, please query us in advance of the deadline. 
Describe any technical needs beyond standard screen projection and audio. 
Send proposals to eliterature2014 [at] gmail [dot] com, using plain text format in the email, or attached in MS-Word format or PDF.
Are you new to e-lit?  A virtual gallery of "E-Lit First Encounters" will gather works produced by students or others making e-lit for the first time.  Teachers, please encourage your students to submit work for consideration.  E-Lit First Encounters submission deadline is 1 February 2014.
Proposals due Sunday, December 15 2013: 
  • Academic Conference 
  • Media Arts Show 
Submissions due Saturday, February 1st:
E-Lit First Encounters Gallery
Program Committee Chairs
   Marjorie Luesebrink, Independent Artist (Co-Chair)
   Sandy Baldwin, West Virginia University (Co-Chair)
   Kathi Inman Berens, University of Southern California (Media Arts Curator)



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