Feral Vector Online?
How do we do Feral Vector online? The answer is, we mostly can’t. So much of FV is about being outside, making things with your hands, and not staring at screens. Events are so often there and gone, too. This is an opportunity to do something different. So instead of packing a load of things into a few very stressful days of event delivery, we’re going to do some things on- and offline, slowly and occasionally, over the entire summer. Everything will be free and open to everyone.
Among other things, we’re going to be cleaning up the FV media archive and finally getting it online.
We have a few ideas we’re working on right now, and a few people have already approached us with more. Today we’re opening a call for proposals for things for people to do both online and at home. Email cfp [at] feral-vector [dot] com and Feral Sett will see it.
It will be open until the end of June. We might say no to some things, we might put some on the backburner for the future, but we’ll get back to everyone. Anything you propose, online or off, has to follow social distancing rules and Feral Vector’s code of conduct (here). And please, be kind to yourself, don’t propose or take on some mega-stressful project on behalf of FV.
Later this summer, we’d also like to run a small crowdfunder. It will mainly be to pay some freelancers to do a few things, including editing the giant heap of wrestling footage from last year. We realise many people are in difficult financial situations this year, so the rewards will not be one-offs and you won’t have to worry about missing out.