26th Annual Entry-Fee-Free Call for New Work

Let's get digital. Artwork: Heejin Jang, Ctrl+$now, 2015 (detail).
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26th Annual Entry-Fee-Free Call for New Work

Southern Exposure's 26th Annual Entry-Fee-Free Call for New Work

Submission deadline: Friday, November 17, 2017

Bay Area visual artists are invited to submit moving image work for consideration in the 26th Annual Call for New Work, juried by Christy LeMaster, founding director of Chicago's microcinema The Nightingale.

Open to artists living in San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Napa, Marin, and Sonoma Counties. As always, there is no fee to submit your work for consideration – but please note that only digital submissions will be accepted this year.

Full guidelines and submission form here.

Christy LeMaster founded Chicago’s microcinema, The Nightingale, in 2008. She has programmed screenings for the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago Filmmakers, Columbia College Chicago, The Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival, The Chicago Underground Film Festival, Chicago Film Archives, Sector 2337, and Intuit Gallery. She teaches Media Theory at Columbia College Chicago and has been a movie critic on the NPR Chicago affiliate, WBEZ’s morning show 848 and CINE-FILE.info.