2010 MAPC Conference Call for Demonstrations

OPEN CALL FOR DEMONSTATION PROPOSALS
DEADLINE: Friday April 2, 2010

The 2010 MID-AMERICA PRINT COUNCIL CONFERENCE in Minneapolis, MN: “New World/Old World” invites proposals for demonstrations during the conference OCT 13-16, 2010.

THEME: “MAPC 2010: New World/Old World” seeks to connect with the greater print community and give voice to other cultures (ethnicities, street culture, alternative studios and practices). Through the rich history and function of the print as vehicle for communication and linkage, we desire to reach beyond academic institutions and embrace an expanded definition of printmaking.

NOTE: We request a range of proposals from the archaic, ephemeral, low tech, participatory, public or unusual application of innovative technologies. Please reference the theme either historically/contemporarily.  We encourage hybridizations or experimental approaches.

SUBMIT A WORD DOC PROPOSAL HERE.   Please follow the detailed outline for submission categories.  You must use Explorer or Firefox to submit a proposal.
http://abstracts.cce.umn.edu/conferences/submit.aspx?conference=93&type=abstract

Demonstration presenters will be notified by email.
Please e-mail questions to Jerald Krepps krepp001@umn.edu

Demos will take place Thursday/Friday October 13 & 14 at the Regis Center for Art, which is a new state of the art facility. We will contact selected demonstrators for details regarding materials, and any audio/visual or digital requirements.  Attempts will be made to accommodate supplies and materials within reasonable costs.

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