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May 16, 2019

Vector Festival 2019 | Program Highlights

Announcing Vector Festival's 2019 theme, flagship exhibition, and screening program!

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May 14, 2019

2019 Annual General Meeting

InterAccess's Annual General Meeting will be held Wednesday May 29, 2019, at 6:30pm, providing members with insight into the progress of the organization and an opportunity to help determine InterAccess's future.

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April 24, 2019

Art + Anxiety - Summer 2019 Programming Announcement

InterAccess launches a new season of programming that highlights how artists are using digital platforms to cope with anxiety.

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April 11, 2019

Call for Applications: IA Current Curator

Application Deadline: Friday, June 7th 2019 (6pm)

Send Applications To: art@interaccess.org

 

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December 20, 2018

An Interview with Xuan Ye

View our interview with InterAccess's 2018 Digital Artist in Residence, Xuan Ye, on her project EveryLetterCyborg V1.3

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December 18, 2018

Call for Curators

InterAccess is currently seeking exhibition proposals from curators with experience developing and presenting exhibitions of new media art. We invite proposals for curated solo exhibitions or group exhibitions that highlight critical approaches to emerging and experimental new media arts practices.

Application deadline: January 30, 2019

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November 21, 2018

VECTOR FESTIVAL 2019 - Open Call for Submissions

Vector Festival is a participatory and community-oriented initiative dedicated to showcasing experimental new media art that draws on digital game technologies and wide-ranging creative media practices.

Submission deadline: February 01, 2019

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August 29, 2018

Call for Works

InterAccess is pleased to announce the 2018 IA Current Exhibition, Preservation and Permanence, curated by Amanda Low and Tommy Truong. Deadline: Friday, September 21, 2018. Submit to: IACurrent@interaccess.org

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August 29, 2018

The Future: After - Fall 2018 Programming Launch

Join us this fall for an engaging season of exhibitions, lectures, and artist workshops. From generations of teenage Indigenous artists who began their practice in their bedrooms, to the futility and vitality of the act of archiving, the pair of exhibitions in The Future: After suggest a future that is not shaped by the technologies we use, but rather by the stories they help us tell.

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