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Digital Art Exhibition #CCDSIPS June 5 2013
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We are proud to feature our @certaincircuits artists as part of the Digital Art Exhibition for Center City Sips.
We were invited to feature at the City of Philadelphia’s Center City District’s Center City Sips on Thomas Realty Group’s Media Wall.
Tonight the city live scored @certaincircuits! #ccdsips Thank you, Philadelphia!
The Spring 2013 issue is up. It features work from SallyAlly (England), Jamie Campbell, Tieshka K Smith, Terri Lyons, Kjersti Faret (Norway), Ghettosong Bird, Rachel Udell, Danielle Charette, Colin Dardis (Ireland), Ryan Hogan, Ed Wilcox, Fabio Sassi (Italy), Jana Nogowski, Melissa Mac Allister, Sofya Mirvus, and our largest collaboration yet—a telematic piece by members of the Handmade Orchestra at RIT’s Innovation Center (Rochester), from a ustream video feed projected onto a wall at Ball Hall (Chicago). All other collaborators are from PA if not identified.
Our Facebook event for the next call for submissions is here. Visit www.certaincircuits.org for more informations. Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org (cross-genre, collaborative, experimental poetics preferred.)
We dedicate our 2013 issue to Denise Shubin. We are featuring her 2012 collaboration at the 25th Anniversary of the Shubin Theatre featuring Juana Martin, Margarita Daniele, Tomas Dura, & Roberto Vance. View the footage here. We urge you to attend the 2013 Shubin Theatre Fest in Philadelphia: invitation here.
Our current issue features: Courtney Bambrick, Aja Beech, Lora Bloom, J. Powers Bowman, Katie Cloutte, Maleka Fruean, Lewis Gesner, Anthony Juno, Mark Knight, Francesco Levato, Terri ‘Nightowl’ Lyons, Patrick Morris plus collaborations between Sreemanti Sengupta & Ana Viviane Minorelli, Michelle Saul-Yamasaki & Meei-Ling Ng.
Submissions close on March 1 for the Spring 2013 issue of Certain Circuits. Send your best work in any genre to email@example.com. We favor cross-genre collaborative pieces, video submissions, and experimental poetics. For our current issue, visit certaincircuits.org
We edited two crowd funded print volumes featuring artists from several continents (countries include Brazil, England, India, Ireland, Korea, Japan, Mexico, Oman, United States, Uruguay).
We have edited monthly multimedia issues on www.certaincircuits.org.
We taught multimedia creative writing workshops (Big Blue Marble Bookstore, Eris Temple Artspace).
We organized two successful multimedia book launches (the Rotunda, Flying Carpet Cafe).
Our 2.1 book was acquisitioned into National Library of Australia and was part of an exhibition in Waterloo, Australia at the Brenda May Gallery.
For Immediate Release: Certain Circuits Magazine’s 2012 Pushcart Prize nominees all hail from Philadelphia areacontact: firstname.lastname@example.orgCertain Circuits Magazine is proud to announce our 2012 Pushcart Prize Nominees, all of whom are Philadelphia area writers. We wish our four nominees luck in the jurying process! The nominees were published in our 2.1 volume and our 2012 multimedia issues on certaincircuits.org. Issue 2.1 was acquisitioned into the National Library of Australia and displayed at Brenda May Gallery in Waterloo, Australia.Founded by artists, Certain Circuits Magazine publishes poetry, experimental prose, art, and new media. We are especially interested in documenting multimedia collaborative work between artists. We have held screenings, exhibitions, performances, and book launches at Philadelphia area venues such as the Rotunda, Flying Carpet Cafe, Flying Kite, Imperfect Gallery, and Big Blue Marble Bookstore. We have published two volumes (1.1 and 2.1) featuring writing, artwork, and film stills from contributors on every continent (exclusive of Antarctica) and from countries including Japan, Korea, Oman, Ethiopia, France, Italy, India, Brazil, England, Scotland, Ireland, and Uruguay. We are in the process of editing our multimedia art cable show which will air on PhillyCAM’s channels: Comcast 69/966 and Verizon FIOS 29/39.We would like to acknowledge all of our nearly 300 contributors, our generous donors, and our partners including the Community Cultural Exchange, Eris Temple Artspace, and the Nor’easter Exchange. We offer special thanks to Jim Tuite (designer 2.1), Beth Boettcher (designer, editor 1.1), Lora Bloom (programming director), Kevin Von Holtermann (cover art award 2012), David Hewitt (back cover award 2012), Amanda Lovelee (cover art award 2011), and Bonnie MacAllister (founder). www.certaincircuits.orgAnd the nominees are…Aja Beech: For You WomenAja Beech is a mother of two living in Philadelphia. When she is not writing poetry much of her time is spent organizing against the death penalty. She was a 2010 Leeway Art and Change Grant recipient for her anti-death penalty chapbook Beccaria and in September 2011 was named one of Philadelphia’s 76 Creative Connectors.Jacob A. Bennett: Postcard Unto a New House FeelingJacob A. Bennett lives and works in Philadelphia, where he teaches writing, poetry, and literature courses to undergrads of variable engagement and enthusiasm. The fact that the deck in the backyard has no stairs, one year on, means no one else uses it - he likes that.” antigloss.wordpress.comPatricia Goodrich: Berber FarewellPatricia Goodrich is a writer and visual artist. Recent books include How The Moose Got To Be, Verda’s House, and Red Mud. Her poems have been translated into Chinese, Lithuanian & Romanian. She is recipient of Poetry and Creative Nonfiction fellowships and residencies at Santa Fe Art Institute and Yaddo. She is currently on location with 25 fellow international artists and a dozen Haitian artists for a first Arts International symposium near Port au Prince, a program to benefit arts programs for children. www.patriciagoodrich.com.Nina Sharma Jones: How to MoveNina Sharma Jones is a writer from Edison, New Jersey. Her work has been featured in The Feminist Wire, Reverie: Midwest African American Literature, Ginosko Literary Journal, Big Apple Parent and Riffin. She recently was awarded a fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center. With Quincy Scott Jones, she co-created the Nor’easter Exchange: a multicultural, multi-city reading series. She is an event curator at Big Blue Marble Bookstore and is currently working on her first novel, “Jumping the Jharu.”