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Revolutions Per Minute Festival

by Ellen Mueller on January 6, 2019, no comments

What It Takes Series is an official selection in the Revolutions Per Minute Festival at UMass Boston, Feb 2-3, 2019. RPM Fest is dedicated to short-form poetic, personal, experimental film, video, VR, expanded cinema and audiovisual performance. We are looking for any work that experiments with the formal possibilities or hybrid form of film, video […]

2018 MACAA Members’ Exhibition

by Ellen Mueller on October 1, 2018, no comments

I am excited to attend the MACAA Members’ Exhibition where my What It Takes Series is one of ten featured works selected by juror Anthony Hawley. A celebratory reception will be held in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery on Friday, October 5. Eisentrager-Howard Gallery University of Nebraska-Lincoln Richards Hall Lincoln, NE 68508 At this conference, I will […]

Cube Art Project

by Ellen Mueller on September 20, 2018, one comment

Excited to announce that “What It Takes” has been selected to be screened at the Cube Art Project’s 4th Biannual International Digital Art Competition in Lincoln, Nebraska. An October 4 screening event will take place in conjunction with the 2018 Mid-America College Art Association Conference [MACAA], “Techne Expanding.” The full program will be screened for […]

Nes Alumni Exhibition

by Ellen Mueller on June 21, 2018, no comments

If you’re in Iceland this weekend… Nes Artist Residency invites you to celebrate 10 years of Nes Listamiðstöð at the festival on Saturday 23 June and Sunday 24 June. The festival will include an alumni exhibition, as well as installation, performance and new works from current artists in residence. The alumni exhibition includes up to 80 […]

At A Distance Exhibition – Harvester Arts

by Ellen Mueller on April 18, 2018, no comments

If you’re in the Kansas region, go check out At A Distance #2, where the What It Take Series will be on view. This exhibition features works from 16 artists based in 6 different countries around the world. All pieces in the gallery are created by people at a distance of at least 100 miles outside of Wichita. […]