Department of Visual & Media Arts

Silversonic

Silversonic is an annual showcase of music videos made by current Emerson students and alumni. It is a celebration of the combination of music and image as a unique art form worthy of exhibition in a cinema environment.

There will be a reception following the screening with an opportunity for talk back with musicians and filmmakers.

Silversonic Showcase

Silversonic is an annual showcase of music videos.

WHEN

November 13, 2014

WHERE

Bright Family Screening Room in the Paramount Center

COST

Free and open to the public

DEADLINE

September 19, 2014

SUBMIT


Past Years' Videos

A lineup from 2012 Silversonic:

Silversonic Past Winners 2013
First Name Last Name Artist Title of Film/Video

Rene

Dongo

Sofia Snow

 Hazard Lights

Hsiao-Yen

Jones

Balam Acab

Balam Acab - Now Time

Enrique

Rivera

Erika Van Pelt

Listen, Learn, Then Delete Music Video

Ted

Marsden

J Cannon

The Investment

Gabriele

Urbonaite

China Fox

Get Down

Denis

Kirkman-Moriarty

Riley Stallings

Apples and Fog Machines

Logan

Freeman

Beyond Me

Reaching Out

Joseph

Holcomb

Winter

Bedroom Philosophies

Enrique

Rivera

YC the Cynic

The Heaviest Cross

Cooper

Vacheron

Vampire Weekend

Diane Young (Unofficial Music Video)

Alex

Fauver

Al Fatir

Run Away With Me

Abijeet

Achar

Submit

Turbulence

Bradford

Simpson

Watsky

Kill a Hipster

Mike

Anderson

Big Stat

Spirit Of Zeus

Abijeet

Achar

Reign

Folded Letters

Evan

Gooden

Luie Go

Keep Facing

John

Dorn

Jay Kill and the Hustle Standard

Never seen Runaway

Music videos are the ultimate marriage of art and commerce; a breeding ground for up-and-coming filmmakers experimenting with their craft; a visual means of expression for musicians, singers, and songwriters; and the forum in which many of the greatest innovations in film and television production have started

Portland Music Video Festival

 

 

Music video is the logical fulfillment of art and technological destiny. I see it as an artistic extension. I can visualize the day when the interface of music and video will create an entirely new kind of artist

David Bowie

in the early 1970's