Three-by-Six (3x6)

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"in my mind's eye", 29 July, 2010 Video Variable © Photo: Onajide Shabaka
Three-by-Six (3x6)
Curated by: Onajide Shabaka

211 SW 16th Street, Unit #13
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
December 20th, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

wynwood district
Tue-Sat by appt.
mixed-media, digital, video-art, performance, conceptual


Three-by-Six ("3×6") is a recurring media arts event in Miami, Florida; a cross between an art show and a film festival. Submissions currently being accepted for this event.


Three-by-Six (“3×6”) is a recurring media arts event in Miami, Florida; a cross between an art show and a film festival. On each selected evening, six curated short video, film, performance, sound, or other time-based combination works will be presented.

Three-by-Six (“3×6”) will be held on the second Saturday of the month during the summer of 2011 (Wynwood Art Walk). Artlab33 , Art Space will provide a forum for submission and curation of media artworks and build a community of participation, review, and response for both audience and practitioner. Our address is: 2085-B NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida 33127.

1) On Saturday, 8 January, 2011, starting at 8:00 p.m., we will have an encore showing of six previously presented works from our Summer 2010 Three-by-Six (“3x6”) series. Don't miss it!

2) On Saturday, 15 January, 2001 starting at 8:00 p.m., we will present NEW works. You can submit work for this one evening event by clicking the link below. Submit your entry now!

Also featured 15 January, 2011 will be videos by Special Guest, Edouard Duval Carrié, from the production, "Makandal,"  which is set to premiere in New York City. This will certainly be a treat for the eyes and a thrill for the art soul!

The program title, Three-by-Six (“3×6”), refers to the structure of the program:

• Three events • Six pieces per event • Six minutes or less per piece • Sixty minutes long evening event

No limitations are placed on what type of work can be submitted except: it must be able to be projected digitally, performed, played via sound system, or some combination, each piece is limited in length to 6 minutes, and no more than 6 will be selected for any one event.

Electronic files and support materials can be submitted via email (up to 5 MB’s), CD, DVD, or internet download. Entries with technical problems need to be resolved by the artist or will be withdrawn or rejected. Terms of submission include permission to exhibit both live and online (whether or not selected for a particular event), permission to video tape performances, and permission to include selected work in a compilation DVD. No materials will be returned. Other than these uses, the artists will retain all rights.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE - Program #4: 8 January, 2011 @ 12 midnight.

EVENT SHOWING DATES : Program #4: Saturday, 15 January, 2011