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ViPod Gallery, call for video submission

ViPod Gallery, call for video submission


The Escape Artists Society (T.E.A.S.) http://www.escapeartists.ca wants your video art for Vancouver's first iPod viewing gallery or ViPod Gallery!

This is a fundraising event for Vancouver's hottest emerging arts society The Escape Artists Society (T.E.A.S.): we put art in unusual spaces – inserting 'our' world into 'there' world– penetrating public perceptions of culture, genre and form.

Submitted works must be created specifically for screening on Apple's new video iPod and can be no longer than 5 minutes in duration.

The content and style of your work is open – it can be narrative or non-narrative, personal or political, and presented in an experimental or documentary style.

Play with the notion of "ViPodification" in your work – the small, intimate scale of the iPod may direct your explorations technically and conceptually – "podify" it. Featured artists are eligible for prize packs featuring treats donated by local designers, artists and businesses.


The ViPod Viewing Gallery will take place in a funky uptown social location in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

The space will be set up with special viewing tables: artists and guests will 'rent' the ViPods (each featuring a different artist's work) for short periods – to enjoy, share and discuss the works amongst themselves.

The evening may also feature door prizes, performances and site-specific installations by local artists.


Submissions must be original to the artist – they may be new or older pieces that have been modified or "ViPodified" - (altered in some way that addresses the intimate scale of the iPod's screen) for the viewing environment in mind.

- Max 320 x 240 in dimensions

- Compression codecs to used MUST be either MPEG 4 or H.264, 2.5 mbps(max) at 30 fps

- Max 5 mins, at max 15 megs in total file size

- All audio and video must be original, with credits for all additional artist who worked on the project

- Must include T.E.A.S. logo in credits – this can be downloaded from T.E.A.S. website after April 1st

- Upon submission the artist will be asked to sign an agreement to release the work to T.E.A.S. for limited exclusive use for the first 6 weeks then unlimited, non-exclusive rights from that time forward


- Invitation/Call for works: March 24- May 4th, 2006
- Deadline for Works: May 4th, 2006
- Final decisions: May 18th, 2006
- Fundraiser: Early June, 2006

To send your submissions please contact:

Camille Baker at camille@escapeartists.ca or Victoria Singh at victoria@escapeartists.ca or snail mail cd files to:

The Escape Artists Society
1009 Semlin Drive
Vancouver, BC
V5L 4J9 Canada

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Thousands of people DO successfully run home businesses or have jobs they do from home. You can too! I encourage every individual to start their own home businesses whenever possible. If you have computer skills or writing skills it makes sense to market yourself rather than buy into business opportunities that are being marketed to you.

Work from Home ads has been around for years in magazines and newspapers. Now they've moved to the Internet. They promise easy work from home ideas, unlimited opportunities and high pay.

Unfortunately they usually promised more than they delivered, and the buyer was disappointed once again. There are real business opportunities though. It just takes personal discipline to determine which the best business is for you. An honest and thoughtful analysis of your skills, abilities knowledge and resources is the first steps to choosing an easy work from home idea.

You know you are ready to work at home, and you know you have the desire and motivation to make it work, but you have no idea where to begin?

When choosing your new home based venture, make sure you don't base your decision solely on the potential income. Instead, choose ideas that you would enjoy doing, or have a strong interest in learning and doing, because you'll be spending a lot of time doing them. Of course, income potential should be considered, but definitely should not be the sole reason for choosing a type of home business.

Tips to Start and Grow Your Own Home Business

Set up a separate working space in your home. It doesn't matter if this is a small bedroom, one part of the garage, or a corner of the living room. The important thing is to have some space that you can designate as your working area. This will give you the space and room you need to craft your dream.

Stock your working space with required materials. This sounds basic, perhaps, but one underlying element of success is that you have easy access to the tools, materials, and other resources you need. Gathering everything close by also keeps you from wasting time searching for it, so this step can be considered a time management strategy, too.

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