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2014 Application

Media Artists: Emerging


APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 3, 2014
Please read the Media Artists: Emerging 2014 Guidelines before starting your application. The
Guidelines contain important information regarding eligibility.
If you have questions, please contact the Program Assistant. See the program guidelines for
contact information.
Fill out the forms listed below, prepare the supporting documents detailed in the checklist,
photocopy the required material and send the application package to:
Media Artists: Emerging
Ontario Arts Council
151 Bloor Street West, 5 t h Floor
Toronto ON M5S 1T6
This application contains the following sections:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING TO OAC .................................................................... pages iii
COMPLETING AND PUTTING TOGETHER YOUR APPLICATION PACKAGE ........... pages iiiiv
Please ensure your application is complete and in order.
Application items must be arranged in the order described on the checklist.
VOLUNTARY STATISTICAL INFORMATION...................................................................... page 1
You may choose to fill out this section. Please send only the original
of this page; the information is for OAC use only.
APPLICANT INFORMATION ......................................................................................... pages 25
Please fill out and sign. We need only the original of these pages.
Pages 15 are for OAC use only and will not be sent to the jurors.
The personal information is confidential to the OAC.
Please fill out each of the following and provide 6 copies of each.
APPLICATION SUMMARY .................................................................................................. page 6
PROJECT DESCRIPTION................................................................................................... page 7
BUDGET INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................Do not submit this page
SUPPORT MATERIAL INSTRUCTIONS ..............................................Do not submit these pages
SUPPORT MATERIAL LIST ................................................................................................ page 8
BUDGET (available separately in Excel format)
CE DOCUMENT EXISTE GALEMENT EN FRANAIS.
The OAC is committed to providing services in French according to the requirements
of the French Language Services Act.
The OAC is also committed to providing accessible services. Please see page i.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING TO OAC


The details in this section are important. Please follow all directions.
If you are a person with a disability and require accommodation in any stage of the grant
process, please contact the program office as soon as possible to discuss options.
For more information about OACs Accessibility Standards for Service to
the Public Policy, please refer to the OAC website at:
www.arts.on.ca/Page3616.aspx
APPLICATION FORMS

Make sure you have the latest application form and deadline information; programs may
have been revised. Application material is dated by year; for example, if you are applying
in 2014, you must use a 2014 application.

We accept applications in English or French.

Applications submitted in French to programs outside the Franco-Ontarian Arts Office are
translated into English by accredited translators for assessment. By request, these
translations are available to applicants for information only, after results have been
announced. Works of art (e.g. film scripts) or written materials that have not been asked
for in the application are not translated.

In programs outside the Franco-Ontarian Arts Office, advisory panels and juries are held
in English. If there are French-language applications in those competitions, at least one
advisor/juror is francophone. If a competition receives enough French-language
applications, a separate meeting with francophone advisors/jurors is convened.

You must submit your application to the OAC on paper. OAC forms may be filled in on
screen by computer then printed, or the forms may be filled in by typewriter or legible
handwriting in black ink. Other written materials, such as the project description or artist
statement, must be computer-generated in a type size no smaller than 11-point or
typewritten and submitted on 8" 11" white paper.

Please provide the required number of copies of the application material. We keep one
set for our files and send the other copies to the advisory panel/jury for assessment.
These copies must be on 8" 11" white paper and can be double-sided copies.

DEADLINE AND APPLICATION POLICIES

We will not accept applications that have been faxed, emailed or sent on a disc.

Incomplete applications will go forward to the advisory panel/jury as is. We only follow up
on missing elements of the application with first time applicants to the OAC. We do not
accept any additional materials after the deadline.
Make sure your application is complete, signed, accurate and readable, that sections are
arranged in the same order as on the checklist, and that the package is submitted with
the correct number of copies. These requirements are your responsibility.

We will not notify you automatically when we have received your application package.
If you want us to confirm your application has been received, please enclose a selfaddressed, stamped postcard.

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Get your application in on time. Late applications are ineligible and will be returned to
you by mail at any point in the process after the deadline date.

We will only accept applications postmarked by Canada Post or a courier company no


later than the deadline date. If your application is received late you may be asked to
show a dated receipt confirming date of mailing. If you are using an in-office postal meter,
your package must also have an eligible Canada Post postmark.

You may also hand deliver your application to our office on the 5th floor of 151 Bloor
Street West, Toronto, up to 5 p.m. on the deadline day.

After 5 p.m. on the deadline day ONLY, you may leave your application packages with
building security until 8 p.m. Your application must be complete (photocopied and sorted)
before you drop it off.

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COMPLETING AND PUTTING TOGETHER YOUR APPLICATION


PACKAGE
Please read the Media Artists: Emerging 2014 Guidelines before starting your application. The
Guidelines contain important information regarding eligibility.
Complete all sections of this application. You may wish to have someone else review your
application before you send it to the OAC to make sure it is complete.
The copies of your application package must be on 8" 11" white paper and can be doublesided copies, portrait orientation only.
APPLICATION CHECKLIST
Voluntary Statistical Information (p. 1) .................................................................................
This is an OAC-prepared form. This form is voluntary and the information gathered on this form
will not be used to assess your application, will not be passed on to the jurors/advisors and will
not be attached to your file.
Applicant Information (p. 2) ...................................................................................................
To be signed (original only). This is an OAC-prepared form.
Application Summary (p. 6)....................................................................................................
(6 copies required.) This is an OAC-prepared form.
Project Description (p. 7) .......................................................................................................
(6 copies required.) Please insert your own written material.
OAC Budget Form (available separately in Excel format) ...................................................
(6 copies required.) This is an OAC-prepared form. Please see Budget Instructions for detailed
instructions on completing the budget form.
Keep a copy of the budget for later use. If your application is successful, you will need to use this
copy of the budget when it is time to submit your final report.
Rsum ...................................................................................................................................
(6 copies required.) Please insert your own material.
Only outline relevant training and/or artistic activity and experience. If there are key collaborators
or participants, include their rsums as well.
Support Material List (p. 8) .....................................................................................................
(6 copies required.) This is an OAC-prepared form. List the support material you are submitting
on this form.
Support Material .....................................................................................................................
(1 copy required.) Please see Support Material Instructions for details of required support
material.
If you do not submit the required support material with your application, we will deem
your application incomplete and withdraw it from the competition. We only follow-up with
first-time applicants to the OAC about missing support material.
Support materials will not be returned.

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Letter of Participation from Collaborator ..............................................................................
(6 copies required.) Please insert your own material.
If you are working with a co-director, please include a letter confirming his/her participation and
provide their rsum.
Signed Letters of Agreement .................................................................................................
(6 copies required.) Please insert your own material.
Provide signed letters of agreement for the use of any material over which you do not hold
copyright (story, script, images, music, etc.). A documentary about specific people must be
supported by a letter of agreement confirming their willingness to participate and to provide
access to related material.

If you wish to use technologies with which you are unfamiliar, you may work with the assistance
of a specialist or mentor. Please include letters confirming this type of assistance.
If your work requires another form of permission, such as community recognition or elder or
master artist approval, provide letters of agreement or a statement that indicates how you will
acquire permission to undertake your project.
The required number of copies must be included with your application. Facsimile, electronic scan
or email copies of letters of agreement are acceptable only if submitted with your application.
The letters will not be returned to you. Original signatures may be requested by the OAC Media
Arts Office at any time.
If you submit your letter(s) separately from the application, either prior to or after the deadline
date, the letter(s) will not be forwarded to the jury.

INSTRUCTIONS:

After completing your application, sort the copies into 6 individual sets.

Each set should contain all items in the same order as they appear on the checklist
above. Please number the pages.

Attach the Voluntary Statistical Information (optional) and Applicant Information


to one set. The Voluntary Statistical Information form is destroyed after we prepare
an internal summary report using these statistics. The Applicant Information is kept in
our files. The other 5 sets will be sent to the jury members for assessment.

Do not staple or bind any portion of the application.

Send the entire application package to the program name and address on the cover
page of this application.

Remember to make a copy of the complete application for your files.

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Please print clearly.
If you are using the electronic Application, either print the form and complete it by hand, or
complete it on your computer screen, then print it out. To complete on screen, simply move
your cursor to entry spots or tab from one entry spot to the next.

VOLUNTARY STATISTICAL INFORMATION


The OAC is committed to supporting and enhancing Ontarios thriving, evolving and diverse
arts communities. As a public agency we recognize:

our responsibility to help correct systemic barriers and historical challenges faced by
Aboriginal peoples and people of colour;

our role in supporting the arts as a critical link between language and culture for
francophone people;

the need to support new generations of artists (18 to 30 years old) in order to seed
growth in all our arts communities.
We are gathering information to find out how well OAC grants serve Aboriginal artists, artists of
colour, francophone artists and new generation artists, and organizations that support the work
of artists from these communities.
This information will not be used to assess your application, will not be passed on to the
assessors and will not be attached to your file. After we prepare a summary report using these
statistics, this form will be destroyed.
Your response to the questions in this section is voluntary.
OACs definition of the term Aboriginal means Status and Non-Status, Mtis and Inuit people.
OACs definition of the term Francophone is a person who learned French at home and still
understands it.
The term person of colour is based on the government of Canadas definition of visible
minorities, which is defined as persons, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian
in race or non-white in colour.
OACs definition of the term new generation is a person who is 18 to 30 years of age.
You may check off more than one box.
Are you:
Aboriginal?
Francophone?
a person of colour?
aged 18 to 30?

yes
yes
yes
yes

no
no
no
no

Describe your cultural and/or ethnic background(s).

My background is Korean and my native language is Korean as well

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APPLICANT INFORMATION
APPLICANT NAME
Last name: Kim

First name: Hannah

(If the application is successful, a cheque will be made out to the above individual)
Preferred language
for communication

Salutation for correspondence

ENGLISH FRENCH

Written

Mr.

Verbal

Other specify

First-time applicant to the OAC?

Yes

No

First-time applicant to program?

Yes

No

Ms.

None

Have you completed the activity for a previously awarded grant in this program and submitted a
satisfactory final report?
No This application is not eligible (see guidelines for details)

Yes

Not applicable

Have you submitted your overdue final report(s) for any OAC program as of this deadline date?
No This application is not eligible (see guidelines for details)

Yes

Not applicable

If you are a first-time applicant, please tell us how you heard about this program:
APPLICANT FULL ADDRESS
R.R. #: -

Suite / Apt. / Floor Number and street name

7171 Yonge St.

1203

Postal station: -

City / Town / First Nation

Province

Postal code

Thornhill

Ontario

L3T 0C5

Phone number

Fax number

416 - 858 - 0014

Email address

Website

hannah.kim0305@outlook.com

http://hannahpooie.weebly.com/

APPLICANT MAILING ADDRESS, IF DIFFERENT FROM THE ADDRESS ABOVE


Suite / Apt. / Floor Number and street name

R.R. #:
Postal station:

City / Town / First Nation

Province

Postal code

YOU MUST FILL IN ALL THREE SECTIONS BELOW


1. I am a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada.

Yes

OR
I have an application pending for permanent resident status and can provide
documentation to verify this.

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2. I have been a resident in Ontario for at least a year. Yes
3. I continue to live in Ontario for at least 8 months a year. Yes
OR
I am an Ontario resident but am on a leave for

months for the following reason:

OR
I am a Quebec resident in the National Capital Region. Yes
If the application is successful, you will receive a T4A for tax reporting purposes.

PROJECT DETAILS
Project Title

Limit(less),
Total amount you are requesting from the OAC (maximum $10,000)
$ 1267

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS


Please read carefully the following terms and conditions before signing this document.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE APPLICATION
Indemnification: The applicant agrees that the OAC is not responsible for loss or damage,
however caused, to applications and to support materials.
Consent to Release: The applicant consents to the release of project information and any
reports associated with this application to OAC assessors and other granting agencies where
the applicant has also applied.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE RECEIPT OF OAC FUNDS
If you are successful in receiving a grant, the following terms and conditions apply. Your
signature on this document indicates that you agree to the terms and conditions as outlined
below.
Purpose and Use of the Grant
OAC funds will be used only for the purposes outlined in this application.
If the project is delayed or changed substantially for any reason you will notify the OAC in
writing before the changes take place.
If the project does not go forward, you will return to the OAC the funds granted for the
proposed project.
Grants will be used for the proposed project within two years from the date of the grant
notification from the OAC.
Safe Programming Requirements
If you, your co-applicant, your collective or your organization is engaged in direct delivery of
programming to vulnerable members of society, you must obtain a vulnerable sector screening
for each person involved in this programming before beginning your activity.
Income Tax
For individuals, a T4A form will be issued by the OAC and should be retained for income tax
purposes.
Your grant notification letter will contain a form requesting your social insurance number. You
must complete this form and return it to the OAC within four weeks of the date on the letter.
Audit Requirements
You must maintain accounting records detailing the receipt and disbursement of funds
received from the OAC. You may also be audited by the Provincial Auditors Office to show
that the money has been used properly.
Reporting Requirements
You are required to submit a final report on how you used the grant. Guidelines telling you how
to prepare this report will be provided with your grant cheque. This report must be submitted by
the date identified in your grant notification letter. If you fail to submit a report, you will be
disqualified from applying for any further OAC grants or from receiving further funding. The
OAC may also request that you repay the grant.
Acknowledgment
You are required to acknowledge OACs support of your project through the use of OACs logo.

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AUTHORIZING INFORMATION AND SIGNATURES
I agree to the following:
I have read and understand all the terms and conditions above, as well as the program
requirements explained in the program guidelines and application checklist.

The information given in this application for funding assistance is true, correct and
complete in every respect and that, in the event that a grant is awarded, I agree to the
terms and conditions described above.

I understand that late applications or applications that do not meet the eligibility
criteria for the program will be withdrawn from the grant application process and
returned to me at any time in the process.

I understand that no further information can be added once I have submitted this
application.

I have no overdue reports to any OAC program.

I have included 1 copy of:


Applicant Information
Support Material

I have included 6 COLLATED* copies of the following items:


Application Summary
Project Description
OAC Budget Form
Rsum
Support Material List

*COLLATED means that the above items are sorted into 6 sets, where one complete set
contains a copy of each item, assembled in the order they appear on the checklist.
I understand that any extra material not accepted in this program will be removed and
not forwarded to the jury.
I understand that support material will not be returned.
I am a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada, and a resident of Ontario.
OR
I am a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada, and a Quebec resident of
the National Capital Region and I am not applying to the Quebec government for
funding for this project.
INDIVIDUAL
Must be signed by the applicant, not a representative of the applicant.
Name

Signature

Date

Hannah Kim

Hannah Kim

Jan.8.15

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APPLICATION SUMMARY
Location City / Town / First Nation

Name
Applicant First and Last

Thornhill

Hannah Kim
Collaborator First and Last
Project title

Total amount you are


requesting from the
OAC

Limit(less),

$ 1267

Total project expenses


(from budget page)
$ 1267

Project summary (25 words or less)

I will be creating an installation artwork consisting of 4 different panels. Each panel will
be produced in different mediums such as an ink-based print, acrylic and oil painting,
photography, and digital editing. These 4 panels will demonstrate the changes of reproduction in
images and printing and portray how an image or a written piece can be percieved in multiple
ways.

ACTIVITY SCHEDULE
Note: Expenses for which you are requesting funding
cannot be incurred until 4 months after the application
deadline date.
Proposed Project Category choose one only
Animation
Audio Art

month

year

Start Date:

January

2015

End Date:

January

2015

Dance film/video

Documentary

Drama/Comedy

Experimental

Film/Video installation

Live performative media

New media

Web-based project

Video game or electronic


game
Full-time:

Current Student Status


Name of institution
Name of program
Length of Proposed
Project (i.e. running time)
Production Format(s)
e.g. DV, HD, 16mm, etc.
Exhibition Format(s)

Yes This application is not eligible

No

Part-time:
No
Basic training

Other (please specify):

Print-making, painting, and digital painting

Yes If yes, specify:


Undergraduate
Graduate

Postgraduate

Richmond Green Seconadary School


Non- traditional art
5 min

Empty white small room

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Using the section headings below, please provide the following information.

Synopsis one paragraph summarizing the content, subject or storyline.

Rationale/Impact you may wish to address why this particular project is important to
you or to the subject or community involved; how the project will help you develop
your artistic expression and/or your career as an artist; how the project relates to your
previous work; how the project contributes to the development of the art form. (No
more than 2 pages total)

Detailed outline as appropriate for your project:

For Documentary projects an outline of the research that you have completed for
your project and a description of the production, including your visual and sound
treatment (camera movement, lighting, music or audio, etc.) and a general story
outline. (No more than 5 pages total)

For Drama/comedy projects a description of the production, including your visual


and sound treatment and/or storyboard. (No more than 5 pages total) AND include
the complete final script

For Experimental projects a description of the structure and themes, your working
process and your planned visual and sound treatment. (No more than 5 pages
total)

For Animation projects a description of your visual and sound treatment. (No
more than 5 pages total) AND include the complete final script, and a storyboard

For Installation projects a detailed description of the content and how it will be
exhibited (include sketches if needed) and a plan for execution. (No more than 5
pages total)

For Mobile application/New Media projects a description of the structure and


themes, detailed information about your working method, an explanation of terms
or technologies that may be unfamiliar to the jury and a plan for execution (include
sketches if needed). (No more than 5 pages total)

For Video game or Electronic game projects - a description of the structure and
themes, detailed information about your working method, an explanation of terms
or technologies that may be unfamiliar to the jury, and a plan for execution
(include sketches if needed). (No more than 5 pages total)

Timeline a one-page project timeline that identifies the dates when the major stages
of your project will be carried out.

Rsum focus on your media art related education, creation and exhibition
experiences. Provide dates.

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BUDGET INSTRUCTIONS
Only fill in the Application column. If you are awarded a grant, you will be required to fill in the
Confirmed column once all sources of revenues are confirmed and eventually you will submit
the Actuals as part of your final report.
Attach a detailed budget of no more than 10 pages. Provide additional Budget Notes if
appropriate.
If there are corporate sponsors involved, attach copies of contracts or letters of agreement. This
program does not fund television projects, so broadcast sales and licences are not eligible
sources of revenue.
The total amount of expenses must match/balance with the total amount of revenues. Indicate
from where you are planning to derive revenue in addition to your request to the OAC, even if
that revenue is pending. Indicate whether those sources of revenue are confirmed [C] or
pending [P].
If you are applying for a work-in-progress your budget should include all expenses already
incurred and the sources of revenue that offset them.
Crowdsourcing campaigns should be completed prior to application so you can state the amount
of confirmed revenue from these sources.
Provide documentation of deferrals and donations.
Important: If you are applying to other government agencies, organizations or companies for
funding or sponsorship of the same project, you must declare the full amount that you are
requesting from each source in the revenue section of your budget. You must submit to the OAC
the same budget that has been sent to all other funders and sponsors.
Your projects total budget cannot exceed $75,000 (including donations and deferrals).
Expenses may include:

your living expenses for time spent in production artists fee

equipment and facility rentals

payment for technical services, materials and processing

fees for actors, technicians and other collaborators

costs of promoting, reproducing and distributing your work, to a maximum of 10% of the
grant amount

contingency funds to a maximum of 10% of the budget.

Capital expenses (i.e. computer or camera equipment) are not eligible.


Although research and development may be part of your whole project budget, this program
contributes only to production and post-production activities that will occur past the date
of notification (four months after the deadline).
Please submit a reasonable, carefully thought-out budget appropriate to the scope of your
project.

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SUPPORT MATERIAL INSTRUCTIONS


If you are sending audio-visual support material, see Audio-visual support material section in
the Helpful Tips: Project Grants.
You must send 1 piece of support material with your application. It shows your creative
approach and your ability to execute ideas and projects.
Support material is an important part of the assessment process. Please take the time
to fill out all of the relevant sections of this form.
Please ensure your support material is playable on a PC platform.
Support material will not be returned.
The following support material is required, depending on the type of project for which you
are applying:

Film, video or digital send 1 self-assigned, independently produced film, video or


digital work that you have directed.

New Media send audio-visual documentation of 1 previous work.


Computer-based support material must be accompanied by detailed navigation
and/or viewing instructions.

Installation send audio-visual material from 1 previous installation. You may also
send 2 images illustrating the installation on-site.

Mobile application-based project send 1 previous work or video documentation to


show how the piece works.

Video game or Electronic game projects send a playable format, or video


documentation to show how the piece works.

Exception: If you are seeking a grant to complete a work that is already in progress, you are
encouraged to submit at least a first assembly of the work-in-progress (film), or a rough edit
(video) or documentation of the work to date (installation, web, game, etc.) with your
application, as one piece of support material. Do not submit raw footage. You must also
submit another piece of support material that is a previously completed work.
Student work: Work created as part of the curriculum of an educational institution, or using
the resources of an educational institution, is not eligible. Work that was created while you
were a student, but independent of the educational institution, is considered independent
work, not student work. If appropriate, please provide a note of explanation.
If you have any questions about the eligibility of your support material, please contact
the Program Officer prior to the deadline.
All support material must be included in the application package. There will be no extensions
for the receipt of support material.
Jurors have limited time to view support material (usually a total of 5 minutes), so provide
directions to the DVD section that you feel is most relevant to your current application.
Make note of any elements in your support material that are of special relevance to your
proposed project.
Do not send excerpts or demo reels. Jurors must have the option to view a work in its
entirety.

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Do not send printed promotional material (i.e. press clippings, reviews, posters,
postcards, reference letters, etc.).
INELIGIBLE SUPPORT MATERIAL WILL NOT BE SHOWN TO THE JURY.

Eligible Support Material

Ineligible Support Material

Previous work that you


Experimental
directed or were the
Media art installation
principal artist/creator
Media-based performance
Animation
Mobile application
Audio art
New media
Dance film/video
Video games or electronic
Documentary
games
Drama/comedy
Web-based art projects
Someone elses work
Clip reels or demo reels
Commissioned projects and projects done on contract
for, or produced by, a government agency, not-forprofit or private company
Promotional projects or public service announcements
Instructional projects
Student projects (including those done through a
training centre or program, e.g., National Screen
Institute, Canadian Film Centre, etc.)
Producer-driven projects such as calling card films
Television projects, including journalistic or reportingstyle documentary projects, police dramas, movies-ofthe-week and news reports
Music videos
Commercial video games or electronic games
Documentation of existing artworks
Websites
Written materials (e.g., screenplays for other projects)

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SUPPORT MATERIAL LIST
Note: Ineligible support material will not be screened for the jury.
Please use this section to describe time-based materials (audio and/or video files).
Applicant Name
(First and last name)

Hannah Kim

TIME-BASED MATERIALS (audio and/or video files)


Important note: If you would like us to view a specific portion of the support material sample
provided, please cue the material or provide notes to indicate the portion that should be
viewed on the CD or DVD. ALL DISKS NEED TO BE PC COMPATIBLE.
Example #1 REQUIRED
ONLY PREVIOUSLY COMPLETED WORK WHERE THE APPLICANT WAS THE
DIRECTOR OR PRINCIPAL ARTIST WILL BE CONSIDERED BY THE JURY
Title of work
Cyborous
Applicants credit/role in the
project
Completion date

Creator/Director
October 2014

Student work
Audio

No
# of
minutes

Yes Example is not eligible

3 min

Yes
QuickTime Video

Video
No
Sound:
Yes
No
Special instructions for
viewing
This abstract film shows that I am capable of trasnsitioning
Describe how this support
into different clips and combining them to send out an
material is relevant to your
important message. This is the same for my proposed project.
current project
Example #2 ONLY WORK-IN-PROGRESS FOR THE PROPOSED PROJECT WILL BE
CONSIDERED BY THE JURY
Title of work
Limit(less),
Audio

# of
minutes

Yes
QuickTime Video

Video
No
Sound:
Yes
No
Special instructions for
Can be seen from left to right (from the 1st panel to the last
panel or vice versa.
viewing
Provide context for this workin-progress, i.e., what stage
of the project will the jurors
be viewing.
SUPPORT MATERIAL WILL NOT BE RETURNED.

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