Liberty Festival, London’s disability arts festival, is a platform for amazing new work from deaf and disabled artists. This year the festival is hosted at London’s Southbank Centre on 3rd September.
Submissions of Disability Arts and Deaf Arts work, from 1950 to the present day, are invited for inclusion in a video piece to be screened as part of the 2011 Liberty Festival in the Clore Ballroom, Southbank Centre on 3rd September.
Caglar Kimyoncu and Simon McKeown’s composite video work will present a playful whistle-stop retrospective of Disability and Deaf Arts over the last sixty years and their contribution to London culture. Splicing together archive footage and imagery with contemporary material, it will refer back to the celebration of the 1951 Festival of Britain. You can submit your own work, or archive images or documentation of Disability Arts work and events from the past.
The work will be screened at various intervals throughout the 3rd September. Please note that the video piece will not include sound and will act as a backdrop for other events. Submitted works may be cropped or only excerpts included, and may be juxtaposed or overlaid with other images. All will be credited.
Moving image and still images are welcome. We will accept VHS, DVD, Mini DV, VCD. If you have moving image work in any other format, please contact us.
How to submit work:
For still images: Please send high-resolution JPegs to email@example.com or on CD to the address below.
For moving image: Send work to the address below or contact us for instructions to submit work online.
Send the art work along with:
Your name and contact details
The name of the artist (if not your own work) and an assurance of the artist’s permission or of copyright
Full title of the work
Year of production
Place of production
Any other important credits information
Submitted work and all details must be received by 12 noon on Monday 8th August 2011.
Address for submissions:
c/o filmpro limited
1-15 Cremer Street
London E2 8HD