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Great Opportunity: ANYPLACE/SERIAL SPACE : 3 MONTH ARTIST RESIDENCIES

WHAT: 3 MONTH ARTIST RESIDENCIES
WHERE: 118 Terry St, Rozelle
WHEN: Applications due COB 04/03/2011

Serial Space & Anyplace Projects are offering 3 month residencies at our complex in Rozelle, beginning March 7th, ending May 31st. Studios are open to application from individuals, OR groups of people who would like to share a studio. Costs will be divided among studio inhabitants.

Successful applications will be required to pay a $100 security bond in addition to a $20/week participation fee.

SUBMISSION DETAILS

Applications are to be submitted as a 1 pg PDF containing the following;
– Description of the work you intend to undertake over the period
– Possibilities for public outcomes from your work, whether performance, exhibition, online, or other forms of mediation.
– How you and your practice will benefit from the space, and vice versa (we aim to create a vibrant, active space)

Projects with the following characteristics are highly sort after:
– We would like to maximise use of the space, so applications from multiple artist wishing to share a studio will be highly regarded.
– Working with experimental and unconventional creative practices
– Willingness to collaborate with other artists in residence
– Projects that will have a tangible outcome at the end of the residency period.

Support material (required)
– 2 pg maximum artist CV (one for each artist in a group)
– 5-10 digital images and/or if you wish to provide multimedia examples of your work please provide a URL.

All applications are to be emailed to serialspacegallery@gmail.com with “Anyplace Application_Your Name” as the Subject header.

Applications that do not have the required information, or do not adhere to our application guidelines will not be considered.

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Microbudget Filmmaking Symposium

Are you a filmmaker with on a tight budget?

Then you should definitely head to the Microbudget Filmmaking Symposium in Sydney.

The Microbudget Filmmaking Symposium (MFS) is aimed at early-career filmmakers, academics, screenwriters and film and video students, attendees will be given a rare opportunity to advance their professional development from an array of leading International and Australian filmmakers in the field.

It will be an opportunity to explore emerging digital filmmaking technologies, from the rise of the DSLR as a shooting format to emerging acquisition options from Red Digital Cinema and Panasonic.

12pm, Saturday 19th February 2011

University of Technology, Sydney

Ages 18+

To find out more information or book your place, visit http://www.fass.uts.edu.au/research/conferences/microwave/


ART START

If you’re a recent or recentish graduate of a creative arts degree, be sure to put in an application for ARTSTART. A program which (in their words):

… provides financial assistance to recent creative arts graduates who are committed to establishing a career as a professional artist. Graduates who plan to earn an income, start a small arts business or gain employment as a professional artist in the visual arts, hybrid and media arts, performing arts, literature or as a community cultural development artist may apply via the online application process

The applications close on the 2nd March 2011. Visit http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/grants/artstart for more information and to get started on writing your application.

Good luck!!!!!!!


The Code of Sound – A SuperCollider Workshop

12pm, Sunday, 30th January 2011

Serial Space

33 Wellington Ave, Chippendale, Sydney

 

A gentle introduction workshop into the sound programming environment SuperCollider. Starting at the basics of programming and working up to some fun sound toys/instruments you and tweak and morph into whatever you can imagine! Will also introduce basic concepts of audio and how the computer fits into the picture.

SuperCollider is an environment and programming language for real time audio synthesis and algorithmic composition. I…t provides an interpreted object-oriented language which functions as a network client to a state of the art, realtime sound synthesis server.

Presenter:
Alexander Whillas who has been living and working in Berlin since 2006 and hanging around the arty experimental sound/noise scene and the Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK). He has been programming since 1996 and did a Bachelors of Science in Computing Science (1999) at UTS.

You will need:
– Laptop with working sound.
– Headphones.
– Download and install SuperCollider 3.4: http://supercollider.sourceforge.net/

Duration:
3-4 hours depending on turnout and enthusiasm.

Booking:
FIRST IN BEST DRESSED

Serial Space
33 Wellington St
Chippendale
www.serialspace.org


Thanks for your support in 2010

Thanks to everyone who performed and everyone who came along to Refraction this year, and a big thanks to Sound Travellers, Australia Council, Serial Space and UTS.

Our last gig for 2010 was in November, but we’ll be back with force in February 2011. In the meantime keep checking our site for regular updates on gigs around Sydney. I’m sure we’ll see you at one of them!

Emily and Jordan


EDITION – UTS Photography and Situated Media End of Year Exhibition.

8th December, 2010

50 Kensington Street, Chippendale

“Edition” – An exhibition of Photography and Situated Media.

UTS and 50FIFTY present the inaugural exhibition from the Bachelor of
Design in Photography and Situated Media.

The Bachelor of Design in Photography and Situated Media is a new course that explores the image in terms of its cultural history, its material uses and its social implications. Students have applied contemporary photography practice with emerging digital technologies to produce a number of individual and group projects.

Please join us for drinks and an informal unveiling of the exciting work of PSM2010!

UTSPSM web site – http://utspsm.com/


CALLOUT : SERIAL SPACE RESIDENCIES, SCREEN-BASED EVENTS & WORKSHOPS IN 2011

APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR SERIAL SPACE RESIDENCIES, SCREEN-BASED EVENTS & WORKSHOPS IN 2011

GENERAL INFORMATION

Serial Space is an Artist Run Initiative dedicated to supporting the development and presentation of interdisciplinary and hybrid art practices.

Serial Space is currently inviting applications from individuals or groups for on-site artist residencies, screen-based events and workshops in 2011.

On-site Artist Residencies*
Duration: 3 weeks
Serial Space is offering it’s downstairs studio space for artists to residencies.
Each artist is encouraged to publicly present their work in the form of an artist talk or showing at the conclusion of their residency.

Screen-based Events*
Serial Space is inviting applications from film fanatics for our screening program. In the past, cinephiles have presented informal lecture style presentations on a range of subjects from Steve Martin to 70s sci-fi. The possibilities are endless; excite and inspire us with your ideas!

Workshops*
Serial Space is calling all with an interest in conducting an informal public workshop in the space. Workshops can cover anything from instrument building, software development, cosmology, poetics, matter transport, video jamming, circuit bending, to philosophy.

*Serial Space will contribute artist/presenters fees to each successful applicant and will also arrange for professional documentation of all, residencies, screen-based events and workshops in the space.

SUBMISSION DETAILS

Applications are to be submitted as a 1 pg PDF containing the following;
• Description of what you plan to do in your residency/screen-based event/workshop
• 3 top preferences for month of residency/screen-based event/workshop

Support material (required)
• 2 pg (max) artist CV
• 5-10 digital images of previous work (residency applicants only) and/or if you wish to provide multimedia examples of your work please provide a URL.

Submit application via email to: serialspacegallery@gmail.com

DEADLINE: 30 January 2011

For more information on space and specs: www.serialspace.org
Or contact us: serialspacegallery@gmail.com


CALLOUT : ANYPLACE/SERIAL SPACE ARTIST RESIDENCIES

This is a fantastic opportunity for students and emerging artists to nab a studio space, let us know if you need a hand writing your application!

Serial Space & Anyplace Projects are offering 3 month residencies at our complex in Rozelle, beginning December 1st, ending February 28th. At the completion of the residency period the studios will be open to the public for a one day event. Studios are open to application from individuals, OR groups of people who would like to share a studio. Costs will be divided among studio inhabitants.

Successful applications will be required …to pay a $100 security bond in addition to a $20/week participation fee.

Applications close 5pm Monday 29th of November.

Application requirements;

Applications are to be submitted as a PDF no more than 1 page, containing the following;
– Description of the work you intend to undertake over the period
– Possibilities for public outcomes from your work, whether performance, exhibition, online, or other forms of mediation
– How you and your practice will benefit from the space, and vice versa (we aim to create a vibrant, active space)

Projects with the following characteristics are highly sort after:
– We would like to maximise use of the space, so applications from multiple artist wishing to share a studio will be highly regarded.
– Working with experimental and unconventional creative practices
– Willingness to collaborate with other artists in residence
– Projects that have a tangible outcome at the end of the residency period, and can be incorporated into our end of residency event

Support material (required)
– 2 pg maximum artist CV (one for each artist in a group)
– 5-10 digital images and/or if you wish to provide multimedia examples of your work please provide a URL.=
All applications are to be emailed to serialspacegallery@gmail.com with “Anyplace Application_Your Name” as the Subject header. This callout has a quick turn around, so apply quickly!.

Applications that do not have the required information, or do not adhere to our application guidelines will not be considered.


Other Tongue: Sound The Universal Language

Other Tongue is a radiophonic project of UTS Audio Workshop Spring 2010 students. Tune in to 2SER 107.3FM www.2ser.com from 9.00pm – 10.30pm October 27th 2010!!!!!

Sound has the power to make an impact on a person. It can trigger visual responses, evoke or incite emotions and build and support perception. In this special program we will challenge the conventional concept of sound, and isolate it to explore exactly how sound affects people and even living things.


Got a tape player lying around?

Got a tape player lying around, care to temporarily donate it for our next Refraction gig on Wednesday 27th October?

We would be super-careful with it and give it back to you the following morning.

Drop us a line at refractionsound@gmail.com, cheers!