See Frankston in a New Light
Courtesy of Ian de Gruchy, planned projection exURBAN SCREENS 2013 program.
exUrban screens is an event that engages audiences through a nocturnal program of contemporary media artworks situated across gallery and public spaces from Thursday 20 June to Friday 5 July, 2013.
International, national and local artists will transform Frankston's CBD and Frankston Arts Centre from normal into incredible, grungy into beauty.
Join our walking tours beginning at the festival hub Cube 37, to see the cold winter nights alight with digital projection creating excitement and wonder.
Free Guided Tour Dates
Special Guided Tours
|Saturday 22 June||6:30pm & 7:00pm||Saturday 22 June||5:30pm|
|Thursday 27 June||6:00pm & 6:30pm|
|Saturday 29 June||6:30pm & 7:00pm||Saturday 29 June||5:30pm|
|Thursday 4 July||6:00pm & 6:30pm|
|Friday 5 July||6:30pm & 7:00pm|
|* includes a hot drink, nibbles and takes a detailed look at the artists and the program.|
Bookings essential for all tours by phone on 9784 1060 or visit thefac.com.au
Tours commence at Cube 37, Davey Street Frankston.
OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS - LIGHT BOXES
The call for entries is now open to artists, photographers, designers and media producers from all over the world to submit still-based works for this year’s exURBAN SCREENS purpose-built light boxes. In 2012 Australian artist Kit Wise presented his work Disaster (tsunami trilogy) (2012) across our three vertically orientated screens. Entrants can submit either a series of three discrete images or a single image the spreads across all three light boxes. There is no entry costs and exURBAN SCREENS will print the selected work.
OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS - STORE FRONT & STREET PROJECTION
The call for entries is now open to artists, digital/video creators, photographers, designers and media producers to submit digital projection, video and installation works for this year’s exURBAN SCREENS.
Entrants can submit digital/video works to be displayed on a screen or utilising projectors, installation of artworks combined with projection and influenced by the theme are also welcome. There are no entry costs