Click here for a free sample issue of the monthly ASCI eBulletin [normally not the current issue ]
The ASCI eBulletin Archive extends from January 2002 - current. We would like to create the full archive from 1991, so if you know an art historian/PhD student, etc. who is interested in the history of this field who would like to help [or write a grant to do so], please contact us.
You might also be interested in our Featured Members Archive. These are ASCI members who were selected as the Featured Member for our monthly ASCI eBulletin and also archived for future members/public reference.
A LITTLE HISTORY:
The premiere issue of ASCI's monthly newsletter, MOVEMENTS
, was published in the Winter of 1991. This black and white, text only, print publication was one of the first publications in the world to track the eclectic, multidisciplinary activities that at that time was broadly referred to as the "art-tech movement." By staying well-informed, ASCI members [then mostly in the NYC area], were able to stay ahead-of-the-curve, and subsequently, much of their work [and ASCI's] helped to revitalize the art-tech movement in the United States. By January of 1998, MOVEMENTS
became the monthly ASCI ebulletin
, that was exclusively emailed to our members and colleagues, thus doing away with paper altogether.
In January 2002, our current interactive, html format was adopted for the ASCI eBulletin
, which included a new "Featured Member" page, "Members News" area and also "Members Homepage Listing". Over 300 pages of info-announcements from around the world are edited each month to create a succinct, yet comprehensive, hyperlink information on the events, exhibitions, workshops, lectures, festivals, opportunities, and resources in the multi-disciplinary field of art-science-technology and the humanities. We hope you enjoy it!