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- ECO-ART EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE: "Art and the Environment curriculum for The Earth School, a public school in Manhattan" [and others] is located at the ecoartspace website.
- NEW EXHIBITION SPACE FOR INTERACTIVE ART IN BOSTON - Art Interactive is a non-profit art gallery in Cambridge, Massachusetts founded in 2001 by Boston-based entrepreneurs Emanuel Lewin and Irene Buchine. Situated at the heart of Central Square, a lively neighborhood between MIT and Harvard, Art Interactive's 2,500 square foot, one-of-a-kind space provides artists a supportive venue for showing cutting-edge work. Seeking art that is contemporary, experimental, and participatory by guest curators [not artists]. http://www.artinteractive.org
- NEW RESOURCE: LEONARDO ABSTRACTS SERVICE (LABS), part of Leonardo's new Educators Initiative, is pleased to announce its first cycle of shortlisted peer reviewed abstracts. Details & Submission Form: http://leonardolabs.pomona.edu
- ARCHINECT MAKES ARCHITECTURE MORE MULTIDISCIPLINARY; developed in 1997 by Paul Petrunia, the website is a top online destination for progressive-design oriented students, architects, educators, and fans. http://archinect.com
- FLUID IMAGE is a research laboratory located in Grenoble, France, that is interested in the production, co-production and diffusion of artworks using art technology. Its membership includes French, European and international artists using new technology. See their ZONE IP 2005 festival.
- NEW MEDIA LAB OPENS IN MONTREAL called Oboro. http://www.oboro.net
- SOCIETY FOR LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS (SLSA) has changed their name from Society for Literature, Science to now include the Arts! ASCI member, Dennis Summers recently made a presentation at the Durham, SC conference and recommends this opportunity for multidisciplinary exchange. Next year this annual conference will be in Chicago. http://sls.press.jhu.edu Any questions write Dennis: firstname.lastname@example.org
- RESOURCE: PROJECT FOR PUBLIC SPACES http://www.pps.org
- NEW HORIZONS AWARD FOR INNOVATION from Leonardo/ISAST was given this year to The Critical Art Ensemble (CAE). http://www.critical-art.net
- NEW FOUNDATION: NURTURE NEW YORK'S NATURE supports enviro-art projects for NYC. http://www.nnyn.org
- NEW ART-SCI VIDEOS FROM FIRST RUN/ICARUS FILMS - "Proteus," a documentary on biologist and artist Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919) http://www.frif.com/new2004/pro.html and "The Future Is Not What It Used to Be," about electronics pioneer Erkki Kurienniemi. http://www.frif.com/new2004/fut.html
- "ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE AND ART," an EMMY award winning children's video linking science and art and new DVD bonus material has a slide show and study guide for teachers. http://www.customflix.com/205573
- NEW INTERACTIVE "SPIN BROWSER(tm)" from TechnoFrolics' was selected by a major university for their Manhattan-based high-definition display. http://www.technofrolics.com
- UNESCO's NEWEST ONLINE MONOGRAPH SEMINAR in their series MEDIA ART PROSPECTS, devoted to Vilém Flusser (1920-1991), a writer and philosopher in media and communications and one of the most important media theorists of the late 20th century. http://www.mecad.org/unesco.htm
FESTIVALS / EXHIBITIONS / PERFORMANCES
- LEMUR'S BOTS PERFORM IN NYC at Peter Norton Symphony Space on Monday, Nov. 22, at 8 pm as part of a show by LEMUR composer and violinist Mari Kimura. Location: 2537 Broadway at 95th Street, NYC; $20; http://www.symphonyspace.org
- "FUTURE FACE" EXHIBITION at the Wellcome Trust's Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London runs through February 2005. http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk
- FLOATING POINT, is Miyoung Song's new interactive video and light installation is part of a group show, 'Green Light' at the Gallery Korea, NYC. Reception on Nov. 23, 6-8 pm; show dates: Nov.23- Dec.23, 2004; Korean Cultural Service New York, 460 Park Avenue, 6th floor, NYC. http://www.koreanculture.org
- EXPERIMENTA HOUSE OF TOMORROW at the Institute of Modern Art (IMA) in Brisbane, Australia. Spanning across four galleries, the exhibition is open until 27 November. http://www.experimenta.org/hot
- ART@IIT EXHIBITION: Illinois Institute of Technology hosts the International Rapid Prototyping Sculpture Exhibition at the Kemper Room Art Gallery, Paul V. Galvin Library from Nov. 10 - Dec. 19, 2004. This exhibit will highlight 18 sculptors, including the work of Kenneth Snelson, Michael Rees, and Keith Brown; curated by Mary Hale Visser, Southwestern University, coordinated at IIT by Robert J. Krawczyk. http://art.iit.edu
- SCRATCH CODE EXHIBITION at Bitforms Gallery, NYC; Nov.12, 2004 - Jan. 16, 2005.
A selection of historic computational works from 1950's - 1970's plotter drawings, photos, prints, sculptures, and film. http://www.bitforms.com
- ELECTRONIC ART INTERMIX CURRENT EVENTS include: EAI at LOOP’O4 in Barcelona - November 18-21, 2004; New Artists & New Works in the EAI Collection; John Hanhardt Lecture on Juan Downey - December 14, 2004. Details: http://www.eai.org
- BENOIT MAUBREY's "AUDIO IGLOO" is an igloo-like structure made out of 400 recycled loudspeakers in the Parochial Church in Berlin-Mitte, Berlin, Germany; Nov 11th- Dec 12 2004. http://www.singuhr.de & [Featured Member: ]
- THE 10th DC INTERNATIONAL IMPROVISATION PLUS+ FESTIVAL probes the Moment of Discovering Extraordinary Performance through Dance, Music, Theatre, and Performance Art. December 2 - <????????scroll>December 12, 2004 in Washington, D.C. http://www.improvfestival.com ぐ颵ᇏ芻ꨀ봀SCROLL>
- BOTANY ABSTRACTED EXHIBITION, 11/17/2004 at the Sonoma County Museum, CA.
- SHU-MIN LIN presents a new project at the Shanghai Biennale, "Hypnosis Project No.1, No.2"
- ROULETTE PRESENTS ITS FALL SERIES AT LOCATION ONE, NYC - Their new and experimental music series begins No v.16thatSPANSPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; mso-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt">20 Greene Street tel. 212.334.3347 http://www.roulette.org
- PHOTOGRAPHY REBORN is a group exhibition exploring new avenues in digital photography curated by Jonathan Lipkin. November 10 December 17, 2004 Kresge Gallery, Berrie Center, Ramapo College, Mahwah, NJ.
Panel Discussion: Wed, Nov. 17, 4:30 p.m., Adler Theater. http://www.ramapo.edu/berriecenter/galleries.html
- STEVE HEIMBECKER'S "POD" INSTALLATION IN MONTREAL at Oboro New Media Lab, November 18 to December 11, 2004. A self-described sonic sculptor, Heimbecker is known for his creations in audio art and electroacoustic music, has developed a wind capture system known as the Wind Array Cascade Machine (WACM). http://www.fondation-langlois.org/flash/e/index.php?NumPage=369
- ROBERT PERLESS INSTALLS "SUN DAGGER" sculpture, which is also a sundial and celestial observatory, at the Utah Valley State College, Heber City, Utah. The project was funded by the Public Art Program of Utah.
- CARTER HODGKIN's solo show, VELOCITY, continues thru Nov. 27, 2004 at Cheryl Pelavin Fine Art, 13 Jay Street, NYC; (212)925-9424 http://www.cherylpelavin.com/exhibition.html
- "TIME/SPACE, GRAVITY, AND LIGHT" EXHIBITION at the Skirball Cultural Center is taking place in conjunction with the EINSTEIN exhibition there; Nov. 16, 2004-Feb. 27, 2005; 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90049 (Exit Skirball Center Drive off the 405) http://www.skirball.org
SYMPOSIA / WORKSHOPS / LECTURES
- "HONORING GREGORY BATESON" CONFERENCE IS BI-COASTAL EVENT simulcast live in conjunction with "Multiple Versions of the World" conference on Bateson's work at the University of California at Berkeley, Lawrence Hall of Science. In NYC on Sat, Nov. 20th, 2004; 10am-6pm at the CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th St. NYC. Gregory Bateson, author of "Steps to an Ecology of Mind," was a seminal thinker of the twentieth century. Working across disciplines, including biology, psychology, anthropology, and ecology, he participated in the conferences that spawned the science of communications and control known as cybernetics. http://www.batesonconference.org
- HUMAN/NATURE: ART & THE ENVIRONMENT is a panel discussion about Manifest Destiny [8'x24'], Alexis Rockman’s first painting in a series depicting the effects of global warming on cities around the world. Tues, Nov. 16, 7:00-8:30 p.m., The Carriage House Center, 149 East 38th Street (bet Lex & 3rd Ave). The event is free and open to the public, reservations required email@example.com or 212 381.2195; http://www.nnyn.org
- RAFAEL LOZANO-HEMMER: Anti-Monuments: Performative Self-repair for Public Spaces is topic of his talk on Nov. 17, 7:00 PM; Multipurpose Room in the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts Pace University; 3 Spruce Street, between Park Row and Gold Street (entrance closer to Gold). $5 http://www.lozano-hemmer.com
- "CROSSROADS: TOPICS IN DIGITAL ARTS & TECHNOLOGY" is a free public panel series that begins its first event on Monday, November 22nd with a lecture, entitled "Animating for Art & Industry," featuring Jeremy Gardiner and Isaac V. Kerlow. 6:00PM to 8:00PM in Room 808 at NYU’s Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South in Greenwich Village. Reservations (212) 992 - 7277 & photo ID are required to attend. http://www.nyc.siggraph.org
- SYMPOSIUM ON THE FUTURE, at the Chelsea Art Museum, NYC; December 6, 2004. Robert Moog, Morton Subotnick, Jon Appleton, Laurie Spiegel, Daniel Teruggi, and Max Mathews, all pioneers who have played essential roles in inventing electronic instruments, will come together for a round table discussion on the future of electronic music. There will also be a champagne reception with ambient sounds provided by several EMF. Full Details: http://www.arts-electric.org
- THE PUBLIC ART FUND: "TUESDAY NIGHT TALKS" features Janet Cardiff, video and audio artist from Brussels, who has gained international recognition for her installations and "walking" pieces. At the New School, 66 West 12th Street, NYC; Tues, Nov. 30, 6:30 p.m. $5.
- COLLOQUIM/WORKSHOP: DEVICES OF DESIGN, Nov.18, 2004, is a collaborative effort of the Daniel Langlois Foundation and the Canadian Centre for Architecture. http://www.fondation-langlois.org/devicesofdesign
- MEDIA THEORIST & NETART PIONEER, KEN JORDAN, known for his influential paper, "The Augmented Social Network: Building Identity and Trust into the Next Generation Internet," will give a presentation, What is the Augmented Social Network? at LocationOne, Nov. 17th, 2004; 7-9 pm; http://www.location1.org
OPPORTUNITIES / JOBS
- OPEN CALL FOR "LEGACY OF BEUYS" ONLINE EXHIBITION on greenmuseum.org and curated by artist/professor Shelly Sacks, Social Sculpture Research Unit. (SSRU) All potential contributors need to contact Shelly Sacks by November 30, 2004; firstname.lastname@example.org Details: http://wiki.greenmuseum.org/index.php/BeuysLegacy
- PART-TIME ADJUNCT IN SCULPTURE POSITION at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ; possibly leading to a full-time position as the department grows. Please send a copy of your resume, course syllabi, and url to Julie Harrison, email@example.com ; http://www.hum.stevens.edu/ArtMusicTechnology
- CALL FOR PROPOSALS for the SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND PERFORMANCE ARTS (DTPA 2005), the School of Intermedia and Performance Arts, Doncaster College, Doncaster, UK; JULY 5-6, 2005. Deadline for proposals for performances and installations: Januray 5, 2005 to Dr. Dave Collins firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com
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- MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART FACULTY SEARCH - Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM) seeks Contemporary Media Artist for fulltime tenure track faculty position starting Fall 2005. Applicants should have a demonstrated vision for 21st century Art-making and a dedicated teaching CV. Review of applications will begin December 1, 2004. Position open until filled. For full description and application procedures, please call (617) 879-7920 or write firstname.lastname@example.org. For description of the SIM program, please visit http://sim.massart.edu
- OPEN CALL FOR COLLABORATIVE PROJECT of Jan Christensen, within the "BoundLess" group exhibition February 2005 in Stenersenmuseet, Oslo, Norway, curated by Henry Meyric Hughes. Deadline: Dec.31st ; Send your material / questions directly to: email@example.com
- SEEKING PRESENTERS AND COLLABORATORS for RAM7 (Re-Approching New Media)
Models of Collaboration that will be hosted by the Minsk Centre for Innovative Practice in collaboration with CRAC and RAM-Network . Deadline for proposals is January 15, 2005. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference themes include:
. Anti-Universities. Self-organized Educational Attempts
. Art and Science. Organizations, projects, strategies.
. Open source, Social Networking Software
. Theory of collaboration
. Collective authorship- interactive art forms that focus on
relationships between participants.
- CALL FOR IDEAS & PROPOSALS: "SyS > Scan your Skin," seeking artists, writers, designers; will become a book, website and offline project. Deadline: March 31, 2005; Details: http://www.scan-skin.org
- NEWYORK2050 IS A CITY-WIDE PROJECT that is actively involving the people of metropolitan New York in a dialogue about their collective future and will develop their visions into programs for action that can guide short-term decision-making. They encourge artists to get involved, and projects will be commissioned. http://www.ny2050.org
- EXPLORATORIUM SEEKING "SOUND ART" PROPOSALS for their Artist-In-Residence Program. Exploratorium, a museum of science, art, and human perception located in San Francisco, CA. Contact Pam Winfrey email@example.com or visit http://www.exploratorium.edu
- THE ARMORY CENTER FOR THE ARTS IN PASADENA, CA seeks a part-time [20-hrs] Registrar. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.armoryarts.org
- INTEGRATED MEDIA ARTS MFA PROGRAM AT HUNTER COLLEGE, NYC, is hiring a part-time administrative assistant, someone to work with the current graduate students and help with promoting the program. Seeking someone with good organizational and computer skills and could bring interesting ideas to the program. Inquiries to Stuart Ewen, Graduate Program Coordinator email@example.com
- DEPT. OF ART, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA - Search #90 PRINTMAKING; Assistant (tenure track)/Associate Professor (tenured). Details: http://artdept.umn.edu Postmark Deadline: Dec.31, 2004
- WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART POSITIONS: Manager of School, Youth and Family Programs AND Performance Curator (Part-time) http://www.whitney.org/information/employment.shtml
NET ART & ONLINE PROJECTS
- METACREATION: ART AND ARTIFICAIAL LIFE is an online discussion presented by EMPYRE with Mitchell Whitelaw being joined throughout the month by eminent a-life practitioners Paul Brown (UK), Mauro Annunziato (IT), Ken Rinaldo (US), and Maria Verstappen (NL). http://www.subtle.net/empyre
- IN THE SPOTLIGHT AT TURBULENCE.ORG - "On Lionel Kearns" by Jim Andrews.
- NEW WORK FROM NET.ART PIONEER, MARK NAPIER at:
ASCI MEMBERS' NEWS
- LESLIE SOBEL will have an one-artist show, "New Encaustic Works", at the Washington Street Gallery (120 East Liberty Street, Ann Arbor MI ), Nov. 2 - Nov.28, 2004. Opening reception: Nov. 5, 7-9 p.m. Artist talk Friday Nov 19th 7pm. The pieces are encaustic on panel with photomicrographs and macro photographs altered in Photoshop. Details: http://www.wsg-art.com
- ANNA HILL presented her collaborative sound art project, "Auroral Synapse, at the Royal Institution, London, in October 26th as part of their "The Future of Sound (Part Two)" project.
- MARK CONIGLIO and his collaborator Dawn Stoppiello, received an honorable mention for their performance "Future of Memory" and Coniglio's software Isasdora® at the 2004 Prix Ars Electronica Cyberarts Competition in Linz Austria. Coniglio and Stoppiello were invited to attend the festival, where they presented an interactive installation based on the performance. http://www.apple.com/hotnews/articles/2003/03/troikaranch/
- MAIDA WITHERS - Two reports of recent tours by Maida Withers Dance Construction Company in Russia are posted on the web page: http://www.maidadance.com [Current Projects].
- ANNA DUMITRIU - will be showing her prints and painting at the Lewes Contemporary Art Christmas show, part 2 on 11th December - Dec.23rd. There will be a drinks reception is between 12 and 2pm. www.annadumitriu.com.
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