[microsound-announce] Call for Sound Works: SNO
ian at ian-andrews.org
Tue Aug 21 02:10:08 EDT 2018
SNO Contemporary Art Projects is an artist run initiative based in Leichhardt in Sydney. It was set up in 2005 to provide an alternative critical position within contemporary Australian art. As an artist-run-initiative SNO has curated public exhibitions, an education program and an ongoing program of soundwork and performances. To date SNO has mounted 146 exhibitions.
We are currently calling for expressions of interest from artists wishing to exhibit in the sound of our 2019 program. Usually we have an exhibition each month and it includes a sound component.
Exhibitions run each month (generally for 1 month opening on the first Saturday).
Proposals may be for stereo sound works on CD/DVD, USB.
There are no funds available for artists fees.
There are no funds available for travel and accommodation.
There is no fee for the artist to pay.
Deadline is September 8 2018.
The central idea that informed the inception and management of SNO’s program remains today. It is based on a critical appraisal of contemporary Australian art and how it relates to a broader international spectrum. The selected projects generally reflect a wide variety of approaches to the plastic arts, new media, or any form that may provide a deepening of the contemporary investigation into non-objective, concrete, and abstract art in general. SNO attempts to critically balance different levels of artistic experience, and the specialist program aims to sustain a policy of innovation and integration of new ideas, often by presenting established and emerging artists together.
- Send a proposal with examples of work to Ian Andrews ian at ian-andrews.org <mailto:ian at ian-andrews.org>
- If accepted we will negotiate a date according to vacancies in the program.
For more information please visit: http://www.sno.org.au <http://www.sno.org.au/>
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