Yes, we have four of them for you. And what kind of awards we have!
From peer activist/artist/communication internventionist/ recognition to peer academic recognition. From written feedback from the best editors and curators to an invitation to participate in a extradisciplinary workshop that will result in a public intervention in the city of Brisbane, in sunny Australia.
Well, together with your motivation to do no less than change the world this must be well more than enough reason for you to start working on your submission right now!
But check for yourself:
This years Friendly competition theme is DEBT.
See for details here:
We are currently working on the next festival Friendly competition outlines and are already excited about the outcomes.
They will be published in February. Deadline for submission of you works will be May 20th 2012. So we still have plenty of time, but you should keep this date somewhere in the back of your head.
After long discussions within Memefest collective we will also change the festival name to: MEMEMEFEST- FESTIVAL OF SOCIALLY RESPONSIVE COMMUNICATION AND ART.
We will write about this more soon, but for now and in short: Socially responsive communication is the theory and the practice behind what we do and it has evolved in the past 10 years while working and researching with our networks. As for ART- many, many artists have always participated in Memefest. Although we looked at art from a communications perspective- art is communication- we think there is a distinction, BUT there is also a strong overlapping.
Soon more. Its gonna be a great year!
Memefest has initiated a communication workshop with Occupy Brisbane on the 11th of January.
If you want to participate - you are welcome to do so. Let us know- send us an email.
First Memefest meeting in Brisbane is planned for end of this next week- most likely Thursday December 1st. If you are in the area and would like to come, meet, strategize, discuss and collaborate send an email to memefest AT memefest.org.
We will start building a local Brisbane network that will work on intelectual/artistic/educational/research initiatives/interventions.
See you soon!
Dear Memefest friends!
We have Great news! Memefest Mexico has begun its organizational work for its launch before the end of this year!
The Mexican initiative recognised a strong need for amplifying Memefest ideas in Mexican realities. The team will work on establishing dialogues from a local perspective to understand global issues and at the same time will help strengthen international Memefest community.
We are addressing this invitation to anyone who is interested in joining the Mexican Memefest team.
For any additional information and all kinds of questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Hector Espinoza is a member of Memefest community for several years and actively participated in past editions of the International Festival of Radical Communication. He’s work has been curated at two festivals and he received Memefest good communication work recognition.
We are looking forward to hear from you!
Memefest global & Memefest Mexican team.
The exhibition MEMEFEST: DEMONSTRATING RELEVANCE: RESPONSE-ABLITIY is moving! After the successful beginning in Ljubljana, nicely acceptance in Berlin and Nijmegen (Netherlands), the exhibition is coming back to Slovenia – precisely to the Adriatic sea, in the town of Koper, Slovenia.
The exhibition is going to be a part of the popular youth event “REVIVING THE STREET” accompanied by various workshops, presentations of local organizations, concerts, exhibitions and performances.
So - You're kindly invited to take part at the opening of the Exhibition on WEDNESDAY, 24th AUGUST 2011 at 20:00 in E-KAVARNA of PINA – multimedia and youth center, Kidričeva ulica 43, Koper.
The exhibition MEMEFEST: DEMONSTRATING RELEVANCE: RESPONSE-ABLITIY is a selection of static, interactive and visual communication works, which were curated as part of Memefest competitions between 2002 and 2010. Presented communication works are not contemplative, but responsive and critical. Every single work was created in response to specific problems - as identified by the festival, which draw on current global and local realities of everyday life. The communication works fall on the left side of the today's confusing capitalist spectacle dichotomy: the critical / affirmative visual communication production. Their aim is clear, as they are trying to liberate the trapped views from the spectacle apparatus and open up new horizons of thinking and acting.
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