Experimental Television Center

  • ETC @ 50

    ETC @ 50

    Experimental Television Center has some exciting news about our future. Ralph and I have stepped back, and ETC is moving to Atlanta, Georgia under the direction of Erik Gavriluk.

  • CLIR Grant: Resurrecting the 1970s Guerrilla Television Movement ($459,150)

    CLIR Grant: Resurrecting the 1970s Guerrilla Television Movement ($459,150)

    Led by Media Burn in partnership with the University of Chicago, a massive preservation effort to digitize early video tapes is underway.

  • The Experimental Television Center: A History, Etc…

    The Experimental Television Center: A History, Etc…

    Since 1971, over 1,600 artists participated in the ETC residency program. This exhibition spans works from the 1960s through the 2000s and also includes a collection of original analog instruments.

  • Early Media Instruments:  A Set of 8 DVDs

    Early Media Instruments: A Set of 8 DVDs

    Early Media Instruments features demonstrations by Dave Jones, Hank Rudolph and Benton C Bainbridge of some of the most influential real-time analog video processing tools.

  • Experimental Television Center: 1969-2010 DVD Set

    Experimental Television Center: 1969-2010 DVD Set

    ETC: Experimental Television Center 1969-2009 is a 19 hour DVD set presenting the electronic media work of over one hundred artists who worked in ETC’s Residency Program.

  • Ralph Hocking Work: 1969 to 1986 DVD

    Ralph Hocking Work: 1969 to 1986 DVD

    Ralph Hocking, founder of the Experimental Television Center, released a DVD containing select video works.