Music & Movement - Call for artists

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19 Feb 2018 to 14 Mar 2018

Wake up screaming #8 is now open for submissions on the theme “Music & Movement”. Deadline: 14th March, released New Moon - 17th March.

Further details: wakeupscreaming.com/music-and-movement/

Music to heal, sounds to celebrate, to dance, grieve, commune, evoke frenzy, to initiate, to journey, and music as a tool for exploring and knowing the self.

This month we are reigniting our musical fires by asking questions like: What is music, Where does it exist, what does it represent? We want to dig around in the emotional aspects of music and sound, how it imprints upon and penetrates our being. We want to investigate movement in relationship to sound, in terms of bodily motion, travel, emotional movement, dance.

Why do organised noises intrigue us so? Is it because at the ground level, we are creating order from chaos using building blocks that are neither speakable nor tangible? Music and movement are creative forms that are most representative of the universe, laden with patterns and processes, full of language, yet not spoken or understood in the conventional sense.

WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
Visual pieces, illustration, painting, drawings, animation, music, sound, video, multimedia, films, installations, movement, dance, noise, soundscapes, songs, collaboration, creative writing, poetry and short articles < 600 words.

We are not necessarily looking for sound-based contributions, although we will publish some music and sound. We are also looking for work in other mediums that are somehow inspired by or linked to music, how is music inspiring your visual art? How can we bring together music with other forms?

Please view our submission guidelines and previous editions before submitting your work.

About Wake up screaming: 

Wake Up Screaming releases a new edition with each New Moon, providing the editor and contributing artists with four week periods to explore and respond to themes relating to consciousness, waking up and approaching creativity as a means of personal development.

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