CALL FOR DIGITAL ARTISTS: FONLAD 2015

FONLAD – Online Festival for Digital Arts is an event co-organized by the Cultural Association IC Zero and the Videolab project, completing in 2015 ten years.It is intended to promote the digital productions of several artists who approach the new technologies in contemporary art.
The Festival is open to all national and international artists working at the level of digital arts and new technologies;
The Online Festival for Digital Arts will take place online between January and December 2015 showing video art and video installations in unconventional places will also be carried out to define timely.

The theme of the Festival is free.
Dead line: March 31, 2015

Submissions and more information:
http://www.fonlad.net/english/fonlad15/index.html

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Author: Kwame 'Write' Aidoo

Kwame Aidoo, also known as Write is a fond reader, writer and lover of music and the arts, with a degree in Biochemistry from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Tech., Kumasi and a certificate in Cultural Organizations in Transition from University of Lüneburg. He founded the creative activism movement: Inkfluent which curates Slam Ghana, The Write Experience, Vocal Portraits poetry albums, Slam Lab and the biggest literary festival in Ghana; Nkabom Literary Festival. Aside Ghana, where he is based, he has shown work in Brazil, Togo, Austria, France, Benin, Germany and Burkina Faso and most recently Norway with Aurora Ekvatorialis; a light sculpture and texts collaboration with Norwegian artist Toril Johannessen, exhibiting at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, 16.9.2016 – 15.1.2017.

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