Call for Works and Submissions are open for SEAMUS 2014 at Wesleyan University

The Call for Works and general information for our 2014 SEAMUS National Conference, at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut is available at The conference will be held March 27-29.

Submissions are open, today, hosted by  Start from the conference website Submit Works page to review the categories of submission. Once linked to SoftConf you will create an account and password, which will allow you to return to your submission at a later time for updates, withdrawals, and completion, up to the October 15 deadline.  This is a firm, automated deadline (world-wide close of day) so begin final media uploads well in advance of the final few hours. Please note that this year we are accepting one submission in each of the concert, research, and ASCAP/SEAMUS categories. If you submit more than one to any of these categories, only your most recent submission will be forwarded to reviewers.

In addition to our normal concerts and research presentations, co-hosts Ron Kuivila and Paula Matthusen are organizing a series of special events called “Open Window” to which submissions may be made in addition to the concert and research presentations. Note: submissions to Open Window events (which include installations) are bundled together in a single submission page.  There is one submission per Open Window category, all on a single page.

Instructions for submissions may be found on the conference website, or on this page.


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