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Re: Call for Papers, Banff

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chris jones <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 25 Aug 2002 17:45:12 +1000

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dear all,

i'm an hons. graduate looking for post-grad options in interactive art in 
the UK and EU. ideally i'm looking for a course titled 'curating interactive 
environments', with a strong theoretic/critical bent, added to by courses 
covering history and hands on techno. aspects.

if anyone has any info. it'd be greatly appreciated.

thanks,
abacus.




>From: Beryl Graham <[log in to unmask]>
>Reply-To: "Curating digital art - www.newmedia.sunderland.ac.uk/crumb/"     
>          <[log in to unmask]>
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Call for Papers, Banff
>Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2002 09:16:42 +0100
>
>Dear List,
>
>Please find below a relevant call for papers. Apologies for our recent lack 
>of themes for discussion, but rest assured that we'll be back on track 
>after the summer .
>
>In the meantime, please do get in touch if anyone would like to 'guest' 
>with their own theme, and of course, please feel free to start your own 
>discussions related to new media curating. Would anyone, for example like 
>to comment on how the new media work in Manifesta and Documenta is being 
>presented?
>
>yours,
>
>Beryl Graham
>
>----
>
>CALL FOR PAPERS
>
>   BRIDGES II: COLLABORATION, COMMUNICATION, CONVERGENCE
>   October 4-6, 2002
>
>   The Banff Centre, Banff New Media Institute, & The University of Calgary
>   in collaboration with the Annenberg Center for Communication at the
>   University of Southern California.
>
>   The first BRIDGES Consortium was held in 2001 in Los Angeles. It brought
>   together artists, technologists, and scientists, top experts from
>   educational, research and funding institutions and the private sector, 
>to
>   explore interdisciplinary collaboration between art, culture, science 
>and
>   technology.  At the BRIDGES II Consortium we plan to expand the
>   cross-disciplinary realm to include social sciences and humanities
>   researchers who are partners in culture and science collaboration.  This
>   year, BRIDGES comes to Canada and will be held at the Banff New Media
>   Institute.  We hope to make it a truly international event.
>
>   As well as a number of keynote speakers, we invite you to join BRIDGES 
>II,
>   either as the presenter of a paper or to participate in the consortium's
>   scheduled discussions of collaboration as a form of knowledge and a set 
>of
>   skills to be identified, studied, and learned.  Through a number of
>   different session formats, including break-out groups involving all
>   consortium delegates, we wish to identify best practices, amplify
>networks,
>   and provide a means of communication for those engaged in the reality of
>   collaborative research. Difference in work styles, priorities, language
>   usage and invention, communication styles, educational principles,
>   institutional frameworks, temperaments, and even fundamental values have
>the
>   potential to become either obstacles or stimulants to effective
>   collaboration.  And creating with ever-more complex technology requires
>   greater specialization as well as better collaboration between 
>technicians
>   and creators.  Issues of access are critical, as we look at 
>international
>   challenges and regional discrepancies.
>
>   We welcome submissions of proposals for 20 minute papers for the 
>following
>   panels (suggested approaches are given in the questions following the
>panel
>   titles, but proposed papers need not be restricted to these areas):
>
>   Collaborative Methods: What can we learn from collaboration in science, 
>in
>   arts, in social sciences and humanities that we can apply across these
>   disciplinary areas?  What can learn from studying the research process 
>as
>   much as the outcomes of research?
>
>   The Ethics of Collaboration: What are the ethics of collaboration 
>between
>   science and art?  Social sciences and art?  How can we ensure mutual
>   respect?  How do projects shift depending on who is leading the 
>research?
>
>   Policy & Collaboration: What policies exist, are emerging, and are 
>needed
>to
>   support collaboration?  What policies and practices do we need on the
>   international front?  What assumptions and ideas lie behind 
>institutional
>   policies?  What are the implications for training the next generation of
>   interdisciplinary researchers?  Who is excluded from policy making?  
>What
>   are the incentives for young researchers and artists to collaborate?
>
>   Collaboration & Gender: How is collaboration gendered?  Is it read as
>   feminine?  How does it intrude on science hierarchy?  How does it 
>intrude
>on
>   art hierarchy?  Who is blocked from leading projects? What are the 
>biases
>   surrounding this?
>
>   Where Does Art & Science Collaboration fit in a period of Global Crisis 
>&
>   War: What examples can we draw from history?  What circumstances are
>   different in today's historical moment?  How do developments in new
>   technologies inflect our understanding and our experience of global 
>crisis
>   and war?
>
>   Digital Archives & Databases for Collaboration: What are effective 
>models
>   for networks?  What are the access issues?  How do we understand virtual
>and
>   actual presence in the design of archives and/or databases?)
>
>   We will also have two showcases: A festival of new media works or
>   documentation AND a show and tell of tools that enable collaboration.
>
>           · 300-word abstracts for proposed papers
>           · one  page new media and tools descriptions, with URL's, should
>be
>   sent NO LATER THAN JULY 22,  2002 to:
>
>                               Sara Diamond & Susan Bennett
>                         Convenors, BRIDGES II
>                               c/o Janet Anderson
>                         Banff New Media Institute
>                         The Banff Centre, Banff AB, T1L 1H5
>                         Phone: 1-403-762-6282
>                         Fax: 1-403-762-6665
>                         Email: [log in to unmask]
>
>   For further information about BRIDGES II, contact Janet Anderson, 
>Project
>   Coordinator at the above contact information.
>
>   For the results of BRIDGES I, please check our website at:
>   www.annenberg.edu/BRIDGES
>
>
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>Date: Sun, 14 Jul 2002 13:54:51 -0600
>From: "Anderson, Janet"
>Subject: Bridges Call for Papers
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>CALL FOR PAPERS
>
>   BRIDGES II: COLLABORATION, COMMUNICATION, CONVERGENCE
>   October 4-6, 2002
>
>   The Banff Centre, Banff New Media Institute, & The University of Calgary
>   in collaboration with the Annenberg Center for Communication at the
>   University of Southern California.
>
>   The first BRIDGES Consortium was held in 2001 in Los Angeles. It brought
>   together artists, technologists, and scientists, top experts from
>   educational, research and funding institutions and the private sector, 
>to
>   explore interdisciplinary collaboration between art, culture, science 
>and
>   technology.  At the BRIDGES II Consortium we plan to expand the
>   cross-disciplinary realm to include social sciences and humanities
>   researchers who are partners in culture and science collaboration.  This
>   year, BRIDGES comes to Canada and will be held at the Banff New Media
>   Institute.  We hope to make it a truly international event.
>
>   As well as a number of keynote speakers, we invite you to join BRIDGES 
>II,
>   either as the presenter of a paper or to participate in the consortium's
>   scheduled discussions of collaboration as a form of knowledge and a set 
>of
>   skills to be identified, studied, and learned.  Through a number of
>   different session formats, including break-out groups involving all
>   consortium delegates, we wish to identify best practices, amplify
>networks,
>   and provide a means of communication for those engaged in the reality of
>   collaborative research. Difference in work styles, priorities, language
>   usage and invention, communication styles, educational principles,
>   institutional frameworks, temperaments, and even fundamental values have
>the
>   potential to become either obstacles or stimulants to effective
>   collaboration.  And creating with ever-more complex technology requires
>   greater specialization as well as better collaboration between 
>technicians
>   and creators.  Issues of access are critical, as we look at 
>international
>   challenges and regional discrepancies.
>
>   We welcome submissions of proposals for 20 minute papers for the 
>following
>   panels (suggested approaches are given in the questions following the
>panel
>   titles, but proposed papers need not be restricted to these areas):
>
>   Collaborative Methods: What can we learn from collaboration in science, 
>in
>   arts, in social sciences and humanities that we can apply across these
>   disciplinary areas?  What can learn from studying the research process 
>as
>   much as the outcomes of research?
>
>   The Ethics of Collaboration: What are the ethics of collaboration 
>between
>   science and art?  Social sciences and art?  How can we ensure mutual
>   respect?  How do projects shift depending on who is leading the 
>research?
>
>   Policy & Collaboration: What policies exist, are emerging, and are 
>needed
>to
>   support collaboration?  What policies and practices do we need on the
>   international front?  What assumptions and ideas lie behind 
>institutional
>   policies?  What are the implications for training the next generation of
>   interdisciplinary researchers?  Who is excluded from policy making?  
>What
>   are the incentives for young researchers and artists to collaborate?
>
>   Collaboration & Gender: How is collaboration gendered?  Is it read as
>   feminine?  How does it intrude on science hierarchy?  How does it 
>intrude
>on
>   art hierarchy?  Who is blocked from leading projects? What are the 
>biases
>   surrounding this?
>
>   Where Does Art & Science Collaboration fit in a period of Global Crisis 
>&
>   War: What examples can we draw from history?  What circumstances are
>   different in today's historical moment?  How do developments in new
>   technologies inflect our understanding and our experience of global 
>crisis
>   and war?
>
>   Digital Archives & Databases for Collaboration: What are effective 
>models
>   for networks?  What are the access issues?  How do we understand virtual
>and
>   actual presence in the design of archives and/or databases?)
>
>   We will also have two showcases: A festival of new media works or
>   documentation AND a show and tell of tools that enable collaboration.
>
>           · 300-word abstracts for proposed papers
>           · one  page new media and tools descriptions, with URL's, should
>be
>   sent NO LATER THAN JULY 22,  2002 to:
>
>                               Sara Diamond & Susan Bennett
>                         Convenors, BRIDGES II
>                               c/o Janet Anderson
>                         Banff New Media Institute
>                         The Banff Centre, Banff AB, T1L 1H5
>                         Phone: 1-403-762-6282
>                         Fax: 1-403-762-6665
>                         Email: [log in to unmask]
>
>   For further information about BRIDGES II, contact Janet Anderson, 
>Project
>   Coordinator at the above contact information.
>
>   For the results of BRIDGES I, please check our website at:
>   www.annenberg.edu/BRIDGES
>
>
>--Boundary_(ID_+7e4vCKyKB1H+IsS4G0jog)--




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