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Media Arts Festivals: Scholarship and Artistry in Practice

Media Arts Festivals: Scholarship and Artistry in Practice elsa lankford and laura vazquez m e d i a a r t s f e s t i v a l s a r e h e l d in media artifacts and programming festival rural towns and large cities, in theaters events either within academic institutions or or community centers, and on private or within independently run arts festivals. Be- public campuses across the globe nearly cause of the pedagogical and cultural benefits, every day. By their very nature, festivals the authors conclude that participating in, allow audiences to experience broader organizing, or hosting festivals warrants insti- and more varied artistic contributions tutional attention, as well as faculty recogni- than are typically available on traditional tion for contributions to research, artistry, and distribution channels. This exposure can scholarship. develop and expand audience appreciation Theatrical distribution methods pertaining for alternative styles and genres of digital to film and media arts have been changing for arts, with the potential of reimagining decades. Traditional outlets, along with na- tastes and reshaping the canon(s) of tional and international film festivals, helped media arts while potentially diversifying to shape the established canon of “best” or the pool of creators. essential films while http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Film and Video University of Illinois Press

Media Arts Festivals: Scholarship and Artistry in Practice

Journal of Film and Video , Volume 72 (1) – Apr 29, 2020

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elsa lankford and laura vazquez m e d i a a r t s f e s t i v a l s a r e h e l d in media artifacts and programming festival rural towns and large cities, in theaters events either within academic institutions or or community centers, and on private or within independently run arts festivals. Be- public campuses across the globe nearly cause of the pedagogical and cultural benefits, every day. By their very nature, festivals the authors conclude that participating in, allow audiences to experience broader organizing, or hosting festivals warrants insti- and more varied artistic contributions tutional attention, as well as faculty recogni- than are typically available on traditional tion for contributions to research, artistry, and distribution channels. This exposure can scholarship. develop and expand audience appreciation Theatrical distribution methods pertaining for alternative styles and genres of digital to film and media arts have been changing for arts, with the potential of reimagining decades. Traditional outlets, along with na- tastes and reshaping the canon(s) of tional and international film festivals, helped media arts while potentially diversifying to shape the established canon of “best” or the pool of creators. essential films while

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Journal of Film and VideoUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Apr 29, 2020

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