DEADLINE: September 21, 2016 (11:59pm MDT
The goal of blinc20:20 is to provide a fresh format of concise presentations. First presented in 2016, the blinc20:20 format is inspired by the image-driven PechaKucha (puh-CHAH-kuh-chah), with 20 slides auto-advancing every 20 seconds. This opportunity is open to all NCECA members. Are you ready to use speech and images to relate information, stories and accounts of projects that are inspiring you, your work and ideas?
Presentations will take place on Thursday and/or Friday 3–5pm. Each presenter will be provided with a mic, LCD projection and technical support to screen images. Remember that slides automatically advance every 20 seconds, so be prepared to be brisk with your remarks and have fun!
Respond to the call by submitting a proposal using the form below.
All NCECA MEMBERS are eligible. Participation is limited to only one presentation. A current NCECA Membership, at the time of application, is required to be eligible to apply for NCECA’s blinc20/20. NCECA Membership fees are not included in event registration. Membership requires payment of an annual fee. CLICK HERE to apply for or renew your membership.
- basic contact information
- a very brief description of your presentation (provide up to 5 descriptive words that fit your presentation)
- a presentation title (to be listed in the Conference Program Guide, Please type your First and Last Name: Title)
- 5 (exactly) images that you want to share (upload as jpg only) Image details to include:
• Image (Each image no larger than 800 KB (6″ x 4.25″, 300dpi))
• Image Title
• Image Date (Year)
• Relevance to presentation – Up to 300 characters
• Brief Image description – Up to 300 characters (to include Artist name, type of clay, firing, date of piece, photo credit if applicable.
Applications will be due September 21, 2016 (11:59pm MDT) and the review committee will reach its decisions before the end of November after which applicants will be notified.
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