YouTube videos get a niche in Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim Museum is soliciting users to send in their short creative videos to http://youtube.com/play for a possible shot at being part of a worldwide exhibit this fall.

A jury of professional artists will select 20 videos for an exhibit that will be on display at Guggenheim's worldwide; there are more than 3,200 subscribers to YouTube Play already. The museum said it plans to make it a biennial event.

"Our goal is to have this be sustainable and long-term," said YouTube senior marketing manager Ed Sanders. "The landscape [of art] is being shaped by the people."

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