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Category Streaming Festival Students
Student program 2010The Streaming Festival Student Edition [db] is a platform for college level Art students (undergraduate and graduate) to exhibit, prepare, speak out and receive feedback for their works that examine the medium of video and experimental film. It is an international platform that will allow for the interaction with other participants from all over the world. It is open worldwide, and its home will be streamed online between 1 and 5 December 2010.
Students and staff will have a chance to comment on any of the works within the programs aimed at creating an exchange of opinions, ideas and information. Teachers are invited to participate in the review committee to reflect on the work of the students and write Reviews [news] on the programs submitted by other academies.
The Student program will run parallel to the regular festival from 1 to 5 December.
Student program 2010How I learned to love the pastís future 08:03 - Andre Hoffmann [artist]
Bleach 03:00 and Puella 07:46 - Kristina Paustian [artist]
Jacqueline 00:32 - Annabel Dover [artist]
Arancelesa 15:00 - Melo Viana [artist]
The Chest 05:06 - Darko Masnec [artist]
Asthetics of movements 03:02 -Leopold Fiala
Aware Anestesia 04:32 - Francesca Bardaro [artist]
Cinematic shivers 07:00 - Sarah Janssen [artist]
What Sneeze Are You and Aftermath - Meredith Toto [artist]
Alienís life - Garam Lee
Review and commentary committee
- Nicole Tschampel - CUNY Hunter College, NY -USA
- Ryan Seslow - Iona College, NY -USA
- Alice Arnold - Parsons, the New School for Design, NY - USA
- Barbara Vujanović - Meötrović Atelier, Zagreb - Croatia
- Steven Ceraso - Long Island University, CW Post Campus, NY -USA
- Marjan van Mourik - CultureTV
Ryan SeslowRyan Seslow is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in New York. Working in all mediums Seslow shows his work both nationally and internationally. He is a professor of fine arts teaching studio art courses simultaneously between 4 colleges in the NY area.
Nicole TschampelNicole Tschampel is a visual artist living and working in New York City.
She attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in the summer of 2001 and received her Masters degree in Combined Media from Hunter College in the spring of 2005 where she currently teaches. Her sculptural works and videos have been included in the multiple national and international exhibitions including The End is the Beginning, at MMX, in Berlin, Germany, and Yet Another Roadside Attraction, a 30 minute program for a digital billboard on Interstate 95 in Richmond, Virginia.
Alice ArnoldAlice Arnold is a documentary filmmaker and an educator. In 2002 she was awarded a NYFA Fellowship for her photographic work, which examines city life and explores urban cultural forms and experiences. Her first film, "To Be Seen, " a documentary about street art, public space and the urban environment was broadcast on REEL/NY, WNET/PBS (July 2006), screened at the Museum of Modern Art (October 2006) and is distributed by Icarus Films. Her second film, TEETH, also distributed by Icarus films, premiered at the Museum of Modern Artís Documentary Fortnight (February 2008). In 2007 she was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship in Filmmaking (Hong Kong) for ELECTRIC
SIGNS, a documentary about signs and screens. In addition to making media she also teaches and is currently an adjunct at Parsons, the New School for Design.
Steven CerasoSteven Ceraso is a Sculptor and Mixed Media artist living and working in Bay Shore NY. Steven is an active exhibiting artist, curator, and educator. In addition to showing his works throughout the USA and abroad, Steven is an adjunct professor at Briarcliffe
College, Graphic Design Dept. and C.W. Post Long Island University Art Department. Since 2004 Steven has served as the gallery director for The Second Avenue irehouse
Gallery, Bay Shore NY; a non-profit exhibition space promoting emerging artists and community development through the arts.