Online Live Art
Sun. Mar 14, 2021 3-5 pm NYC Time (21:00 in Central Europe) Zoom In: OLAP #5 with guest artist Ellen Pearlman, Director of ThoughtWorks Arts and a Research Fellow at MIT who will share breakthrough network collaborations over the past decade. OLAP is an open forum about Online Live Art Performance. A partnership with Experimental Intermedia moderated by Katherine Liberovskaya and Harvestworks Director Carol Parkinson. RSVP
Online Now! If you missed the seminars, you can find them on YouTube. OLAP #3 with Sarah Weaver and OLAP #4 with Kat Mustatea. You also can find a list of valuable resources and at the bottom of this post.
Sat March 20 @ 9 pm EDT The premiere broadcast of Foreign Correspondence 004. Foreign Correspondence is an audio/visual series focused on international contemporary video art, including film, video synthesis and expanded cinema. Episode_04 Curated by Sofy Yuditskaya. Streamed on Harvestworks YouTube Channel.
Sat March 27 at 1:00 pm PDT. 3:00 pm EDT. Color Light Motion presented by UCLA Art|Sci Center + Harvestworks NY + David Bermant Foundation featuring guests Karen Moss and David Familian. A spring series featuring media artists and scholars in dialogue about artworks from the Bermant Collection of media and kinetic arts. STREAM HERE
From our Archive
A sad goodbye to artist Barbara Ess who contributed the cover for TELLUS #12 and these cuts from TELLUS #1 – You Who Know No Pain (with Barbara Barg) 1983 and TELLUS #21 Audio by Visual Artists – Magnetic Attraction with Y Pants (1980).
March 15 – 26, 2021. EXPERIMENTAL INTERMEDIA. The Forty-Eighth Anniversary of EI performances at 224 Centre Street and The Thirty-First Annual Festival with no fancy name, Part Two (or B). Phill Niblock, curator
You Need to Know
Deadline March 19, 2021. The VH AWARD is Asia’s leading award for media artists and contributes to the growth of Korean media art.
Artist Relief is accepting new applications from March 8 to June 23, 2021 and will distribute $5,000 to artists facing financial emergencies due to COVID-19. Thank you to the Foundation for Contemporary Arts for this important initiative!