Re: Sculpture CD's, anyone?
I recently applied to several graduate programs using slides and a CD. The CD contained Quicktime movie (.mov) files of my kinetic and performative works featured in my old-style slides. If my sculpture made noise or used sound, I included it; if not, silence. I got into half of the places I applied. Also, Blake, you can get real slides made from dig images easily (but expensive ~$5 ea.) if you have .tiff files, they look good. I have found several local places to do this, and have heard of some places that you e-mail attach the image file and receive a slide via snail-mail.