Parallel Studios


 

Parallel Studios produces CURRENTS, Santa Fe's international new media festival,which takes place every June in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. Parallel Studios was formed in 2002 to provide venues where established and unrecognized artists can work together to present state of the art video and new media work to the public. Access to exhibitions is always free.

Parallel Studios brings regional, national and international new media arts to New Mexico through the currents exhibitions, multimedia performances,internships, workshops, docent tours and educational programs that reach out to the schools and to communities. Parallel Studios seeks to foster international artistic exchange by inviting New Media artists from around the world to present work at the annual currents exhibitions and by establishing international connections in order to present the work of U.S artists abroad.


 

Call for Submissions: CURRENTS 2015 New Media Festival

 

Artists, Multimedia Performers and Developers are invited to submit their work for consideration.

CURRENTS, Santa Fe's annual, international new media festival takes place every June in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

This year's submission categories include:

New Media Installations, Architectural Mapping, Single Channel Video, Multimedia Performance, Fulldome Projection, art based Web/Mobile Apps, Oculus Rift Environments, art based Robotics and 3D Printing.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: December 1.

Guidlines and Application:

http://currentsnewmedia.org/submission-guidelines/

Video Documentation of CURRENTS 2014:

http://currentsnewmedia.org/festivals/currents-2015/

 

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