unique opportunity awaits young people living in WA
to showcase their creative works at the 2007 ‘Launch
Yourself’ National Youth Week.
Our vision is to provide a massive showcase and celebration
of diverse young creative people in WA. So, the search
is on for young artists (12 to 25) from all walks of
life to contribute.
yourself by having your digital artworks projected
onto a very large surface within the Perth Cultural
To be displayed at the Youth Week Launch Event, April
13th 5-7pm. (Well, once it gets dark enough...)
CALL FOR WORKS
must be aged 12-25 years, and submit your work
by 12th April.
animations under 1 minute 400 x 300 pixels
animations under 1 minute 400x300 pixels
.avi or .mov format
photos, illustrations, collage, whatever. 800
x 600pixels, jpg or gif format.
Digital Words and Poetry will be accepted.
high contrast works preferred, as will
be projected onto brick buildings. Black areas
only non-offensive graffiti will be accepted.
The theme of Youth Week is “Launch Yourself” so
if there are any works that specially contribute
to this theme, we would be delighted to know (although
sticking to the theme isn't essential)
will be curated based on these guidelines.
regarding file formats etc can be sent to kat (at)
applications should reach Propelarts or VJzoo by 12th
Applications can be emailed if under 1 meg, or posted
on disc with the completed application form to the address
application forms please contact Lisette at Propelarts – Youth
PO Box 8238, Perth WA 6849
note: We do NOT condone illegal graffiti and vandalism.
Smart artists use more sensible ways to make their
of the most awesome massive-scale outdoor video projection
is being done in France - check out all of Uruk's
videos on YouTube.
will be using digital projectors, not the same technique
as the projections for this Drive-In Gif Theatre project
in Rotterdam - but it's still inspiring.
black areas show as invisible with projection, so
high contrast, with your text or images in light
will show up best. You can make the image look less
like a rectangular movie projection by creative use
of a black mask around the edge of your work