Fwd: NWEAMO 2004. Call for works


Subject: Fwd: NWEAMO 2004. Call for works
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Fri Jun 25 2004 - 17:34:57 EDT


>Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 13:07:54 -0400
>From: Rodrigo Sigal <rodrigo@rodrigosigal.com>
>Subject: NWEAMO 2004. Call for works
>
>
>Rodrigo Sigal
>NWEAMO
>NWEAMO's Special Liaison to Iberoamerica
>* * *
>C A L L F O R W O R K S
>NWEAMO 2004: Invented Instruments
>We are now accepting submissions for our 2004 festival, with the
>theme of Invented Instruments.
>
>FULL ONLINE SUBMISSION AT www.nweamo.org
>
>Festival Dates:
> Oct. 1 & 2, 2004 Portland, OR
> Oct. 8 & 9, 2004 San Diego, CA
>
>Submission Dealine: July 15, 2004
>
>The New West Electro-Acoustic Music Organization (NWEAMO) is seeking
>electro-acoustic works for its sixth annual international festival
>of electronic music. Works may be representative of all styles and
>aesthetics, from the classical avant-garde to the fringes of
>experimental pop.
>
> This year we are featuring Invented Instruments. These can be
>hardware or software, physical, mental, construed contraptions,
>amplified things, bent electronics, whatever. The emphasis is that
>the composer is constructing the means for generating the sounds &
>sights.
>
> As usual, works do not have to strictly adhere to the theme. We
>are looking for all genres and ideas in the world of
>electro-acoustic music!
>
>BASIC GUIDELINES:
>
> We invite you to participate in our annual celebration of
>creativity. Please regard this as an opportunity to meet with fellow
>composers and performers who are dedicated to exploring the edges of
>aesthetics, cognition and international culture through
>electro-acoustic music.
> Selected composers must attend the festival.
> Performers must be provided by applicant.
> Generally NWEAMO cannot provide funds for travel, accomodation,
> performance fees etc. Small honorarioums may be available,
>depending on the overall costs of the festival, but these will not
>come close to covering the costs of attending.
> There is a $15 upfront registration fee per work. This goes to
>support the festival in general.
> There are no other fees.
> NWEAMO is an all volunteer, not-for-profit, 501(c)3 corporation.



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