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CADE 2001 - First call for participation

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CADE2001 DIGITAL CREATIVITY: CROSSING THE BORDER

Computers in Art and Design Education Conference
Glasgow
9 - 12 April 2001

http://www.gsa.ac.uk/cade


Call for participation
------------------------
The CADE Conference which takes place every two years has already become
one of the world’s principal forums for digital creativity in Art and
Design Education.  In recognition and in celebration of the
interdisciplinary and international character of digital media, the
CADE2001 conference will cross the boundaries that have tended to define
digital creativity as a specialist discipline only for experts.  Most
practitioners and educationists in art and design now acknowledge the
wide-ranging impact of digital media, even though they may not yet
recognise the character of its potential nor how to engage with it.  

The 2001 conference will cross into the realm where digital creativity
can be recognised as relevant to all.  The conference will also cross
the borders that isolate art and design from other subjects that value
creativity.  Subjects such as the performing arts and architecture will
therefore be included, and the many connections with science and
technology will also be a focus of attention.  The conference will
additionally cross the border separating higher education from other
sectors of education to address the broader issues of how students learn
and explore digital creativity.  The conference will also seek to cross
cultural boundaries too in terms of both internationalism and
multi-cultural society.

For the first time, this UK based conference will cross the English
border into Scotland to take place in Glasgow, one of the world's
leading centres of the arts, design and architecture.  In addition to
enjoying a powerfully stimulating conference, delegates will be able to
explore this uniquely exciting city.

Glasgow School of Art will host the conference in association with the
Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and the facilities of both
institutions will be available.  There will also be connections with the
numerous exhibition and performance spaces, and artist and designer led
projects that make Glasgow such a thriving cultural community.  Project
proposers may therefore envisage a diverse range of venues including
galleries, workshops, theatres and other performance spaces, and
cinemas.



Invitation to submit proposals
------------------------
CADE20001 invites proposals for contributions of all kinds.  The
inclusiveness of the programme will be reflected at expert, postgraduate
student and beginner levels, and with equal focus on creative practice,
research, and learning and teaching.  The following list of categories
is an indication of the range of proposals we are keen to consider, but
this list is not exclusive.  Potential contributors should feel free to
propose anything they can imagine.

Curated Exhibitions; Debates; Demonstrations; Email Discussion Lists;
Installations; Keynote Addresses; Papers; Performances; Personal
Exhibitions; Screenings; Seminars; Themed Forums; Video Conferences;
Web-based Presentations; Workshops

All submissions will be refereed by an international panel.



Method for submission of proposals
------------------------
Potential contributors should submit a written description of their
proposal, or an abstract of their paper, at a maximum word length of 500
words,  together with any relevant visual documentation, by 31st October
2000.  
By email (preferred, attachments OK) -    [log in to unmask] 
By post -    John McKay, CADE, Glasgow School of Art, 167 Renfrew
Street, Glasgow G3 6RQ


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