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Re: NEW-MEDIA-CURATING Digest - 7 Jan 2002 to 8 Jan 2002 (#2002-5)

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Pamela Jennings <[log in to unmask]>

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Curating digital art - www.newmedia.sunderland.ac.uk/crumb/

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Tue, 8 Jan 2002 19:34:03 -0500

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>NHEIM.ORG>
>Subject: Re: possible off-topic but relevant
>
>I am interested in hearing from more artists on this list, in response to =
>Christiane's posting: what would an ideal economic model look like for new =
>media when it is shown, bought, sold? (and can this be amswered without a =
>coy response?) Rosanna F.
>
>**********

Hi,

If you haven't yet read it... I urge you to read the report I wrote for the
Rockefeller Foundation titled, "New Media Arts | New Funding Models" --
abstract below.
The report is available for free download at my web site
http://digital-bauhaus.com/html/mediaArtReport/reportabstract.html

The report explores the very issue of self-sustainability for new media
artists and non-profit organizations.  As well, it offers first hand advice
and experiences from the trenches of the funding community.

Yes the report is US centric.  But I've received more downloads from
northern and eastern Europe than the US.

cheers,

Pamela

Report Abstract

                     New Media Art/ New Funding Models report investigates
the current state of
                     funding for new media artists.  The emphasis is on the
support structures for
                     innovative creative work that utilizes advances
technologies as the main vehicle for
                     artistic practice.

                     Twenty-three individual artists/innovators,
organizers, directors, and foundation
                     program officers involved in the international new
media arts community were
                     interviewed.  Participants were asked a number of
questions regarding how they
                     frame new media art, concerns from the field, funding
histories, and concepts for
                     funding models.  Several participants are involved in
new initiatives that bridge the
                     for-profit and non-profit funding sectors including
artists' research centers,
                     innovative business models, new approaches for
traditional funding sources,
                     incubators, venture funding, and leveraging community.

                     Survey Participants include Peter Anders,
Mindspace.net; Roy Ascott,
                     CAiiA-STAR; Marc Beam, Creative Disturbance; Kevin
Cunningham, 3-legged
                     Dog Media and Theater Group; Elizabeth M. Daley,
School of Cinema-Television,
                     University of Southern California;  Sara Diamond,
Banff Centre for the Arts;
                     Andrea DiCastro, Centro Multimedia; Steve Dietz,
Walker Arts Center; Kevin
                     Duggan, Arts Consultant; Jean Gagnon, Daniel Langlois
Foundation; Cynthia
                     Gehrig, Jerome Foundation; Carl Goodman, Museum of the
Moving Image; Lisa
                     Haskel, Tech_nicks; Ruby Lerner, Creative Capital
Foundation; Geert Lovink,
                     Media Interventionist; Alyce Myatt, formerly of the
MacArthur Foundation;
                     Laurant Mignonneau, Artist; Marcos Novak,
Trans-Architect; Jeannine Parker,
                     Business Consultant; Jonathan Peizer, Soros
Foundation; Debby Silverfine, New
                     York State Council on the Arts; Christa Sommerer,
Artist; Mark Tribe,
                     Rhizome.org.



_______________________________________________________

Pamela Jennings
Assistant Professor
Carnegie Mellon University
Department of Art, College of Fine Arts
Human Computer Interaction Institute, School of Computer Science

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http://digital-Bauhaus.com

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