Are you taking enough chances?
If you had to choose, which would you rather be: rigorous, or risky?
Would you characterize your taste as specific or diverse?
Do you pride yourself on challenging your audience?
How do you challenge your own boundaries and limitations?
How much of an obligation do you have to the audience?
Do you have an obligation to foster an audience?
Have you provided your audience with proper program notes?
Are you guilty of ArtSpeak?
Do you view yourself as an authority figure? Why or why not?
Are you more worried about your own career than you are about opening the door for emerging artists who show potential?
Do you have “good” taste? What does this mean?
What is your obligation to canonized experimental film and video artists?
What is your obligation to your local experimental film and video community?
Do you consider yourself a member of your local experimental film and video community?
Do they consider you a member?
Do you feel you have any obligation to fostering a local scene?
Do you consider yourself a conservative programmer?
Does this promote a conservative experimental film and video scene?
Is this an oxymoron?
Has the avant-garde become conservative?
Is fun only reserved for after the screening has finished?
Do you reject “outstanding” work when it doesn’t fit your curatorial concept?
Do you attempt to find a place for this work?
Are the artists being paid?
Are you being paid?