Final Days to Submit Your Online Video

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With YouTube Play, the Guggenheim is celebrating online video in an unprecedented global biennial. So far we have received more than 11,000 videos from participants across the globe from Norway to Vietnam. Submit your work from now until July 31 for a chance for it to be one of up to 20 videos selected to be shown at the Guggenheim museums in New York, Berlin, Bilbao, and Venice for three days in October. In honor of YouTube Play, YouTube has even dedicated their homepage logo to the project.

To submit, simply go to and select Submit a Video. You will need a YouTube account to upload your video.

The Guggenheim and the jury will consider the following when reviewing your submissions:

  • Creativity. Regardless of whether you submit art, animation, or motion graphics; narrative, nonnarrative, or documentary work; music videos; or entirely new art forms, the submission should stand out.
  • Innovation regardless of means. We want to discover works that are original and surprising, no matter what the genre, technique, or budget.
  • Experimentation. We want works that debate, discuss, test, and elevate video in all kinds of ways. We’re not looking for now, we’re looking for what’s next.

We'll select 200 videos to be presented on, and the makers of the 20 works we show at the Guggenheim museums will be invited to a special event in New York on October 21, 2010.