Deadline: 30 April 2016
Call for entries

Open call seeking sound art submissions for
Hamline University’s dronestruck Audio Graffiti Project.

The dronestruck Audio Graffiti Project seeks to create an accessible public forum to advocate for sound art and artists through exploring the ways in which sound tells us about our environment.

In collaboration with Hamline University, selected submissions will sonically represent the unrepresentable world of the electromagnetic spectrum. In a public display via the University’s dronestruck, artists’ work will create community discussion on advancing the medium of sound art.

The dronestruck program is a collaboration between Hamline University’s Digital Media Arts and English departments. Serving as a tool to connect curriculum to community, the program is interested in the curation of, and collaboration with, the Twin Cities’ growing new media arts scene.

Thematic element: Audio Graffiti

Submissions must include:
• Sound piece of any length in .wav format. Pieces must be monaural or stereo
• Brief description of piece
• Artist Statement, Name and/or alias
• Medium & Title

Please email submissions to Submissions are due by April 30th
Submissions are subject to the use of Hamline University.