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Third International Theatre Soundscore and Music Composition Exhibition
Scenofest, 2011 Prague Quadrennial
exhibit will represent sound design and compositional work from theatrical
artists around the globe. It is open to any sound designer or theatrical
composer, professional or student.
Submitted work should have been created for a live or installed
presentation from June 2006 to present, including but not limited to:
music created as part of a live or installed production
this exhibit is separate from the individual country exhibits for Scenofest,
the student exhibits at Scenofest, as
well as the Sound Kitchen. If
you are already contributing to those exhibits, you are still encouraged to
submit different material to this exhibit.
exhibit is designed to celebrate a broad range of audio artistry and to
compliment the audio work exhibited in the individual country exhibits in
Scenofest and the Schools of Scenography exhibits by including work that
might not fit easily into those presentations. This exhibit will have a life
beyond the timeframe of the 2011 Prague Quadrennial as it will be on-line
and accessible at the Sound Working Group’s website in perpetuity.
may submit up to three works for
consideration/inclusion in this exhibit. Submissions
can be up to five minutes in length.
may include visual content to provide context for the audio, either in the
form of video or sequenced still images. Note
that these submissions will be viewed as streaming content on computers and
mobile devices, so quality vs bandwidth may become an issue.
We will do everything possible to keep the video quality as high as
possible, but the audio quality will be our primary concern. Expect updates
about this aspect as the exhibit is assembled and tested in the Spring.
can be directed to Joe Pino at email@example.com
. Please include “PQ11DSE” in the subject line to facilitate a
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