From the curator in Australia!
“Museum Victoria requires that I arrange a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)with all of the participating filmmakers. Could you please let me know what name and address I should use on the MOU? I will then send you a draft copy of the MOU for your approval.”
please email me your mailing address asap.
The Melbourne Planetarium has been hosting Fulldome Showcases as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF). This film festival is the oldest and most prestigious film festival in Australia (and the 5th oldest in the world). The Fulldome Showcases have proved to be very successful and we will be holding them again in August this year.
We have been invited to screen Sentient at the 2014 MIFF.
Melbourne Planetarium, Museum Victoria
2 Booker St, Spotswood, VIC 3015 Australia
I just wanted to let you all know that I finally got your show sliced for our dome, and I had a chance to watch it yesterday morning. I was completely blown away by the quality of the entire show! I am so impressed and amazed that your students created such a great piece in such a short amount of time. Thank you again for allowing me to screen this show here in our dome!
Digital Dome Specialist
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Photos will be uploaded soon on Dropbox!
Great news. All of your final work has been assembled into one cohesive show!
If you want a copy of the quicktime for your own archives, then please log into the Dropbox account and look for a file called ‘SentientShow_36m_20130525.mov’.
See you at the dress rehearsal. Breathe easy, its fantastic work.
Hello. This is a pretty good example of a simple artist bio. Many of you expressed interest in having a bio and – potentially – a picture of you (?) on the site so that people know more about the artists behind Sentient. I am attaching a contact form below where you should be able to paste your Bio and Name so that I can add those to the site asap.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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