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Fwd: Tate Encounters: Resolutely Analogue: Art Museums in Digital Culture

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Sarah Cook <[log in to unmask]>

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Sarah Cook <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 24 Feb 2009 12:07:53 +0000

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Hi all,
Please book in advance to come along to these small-group research  
meetings at the Tate in London (the room has a capacity of 40 seats);  
I will be speaking at the one on Wednesday 4 March about New Media  
and the Museum.
cheers
Sarah


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> From: "Dewdney, Andrew" <[log in to unmask]>
> Tate Encounters: Research in Process
> Resolutely Analogue?: Art Museums in Digital Culture
> Tate Encounters is a collaborative project between Tate Britain,  
> London South Bank University and University Arts London and is  
> funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council through the  
> 'Diasporas, Migration and Identities' programme.
>
> Tate Britain  Duveen Studio
> Free, booking required
> For tickets, call 020 7887 8888.
>
> Programme B
> Monday 2 March – Friday 6 March 2009
> To what extent does the web visitor have agency to ‘act back’ or to  
> ‘author’ their interactions with museum websites?
> How is new media being conceived as an ‘interpretative’ or  
> ‘augmenting’ dimension of the museum experience and with what effects?
> How do museums see and understand the value of the use of personal  
> mobile media within the museum?
> These questions have been grouped under the title ‘Resolutely  
> Analogue? Art Museums in Digital Culture’ to signal the tension  
> between change and continuity, between new media enthusiasms and  
> traditional museological practices. Issues such as the use of media  
> in the gallery centered on authority and provenance, ownership and  
> copyright, and user engagement will also be discussed throughout  
> the week’s programme.
>
> Monday 2 March
> 15.00-17.00
> Learning and Teaching in New Media: Questions of Literacy
>
> Richard Colson, Artist and Senior Lecturer in Digital Arts at  
> Thames Valley University
> Mike Philips, Reader in Digital Art & Technology and Director of i- 
> DAT [Institute of Digital Art & Technology], University of Plymouth
> Paula Roush, New media artist and lecturer at London South Bank  
> University and the University of Westminister
>  This session will have presentations on perspectives of teaching  
> new media and will focus upon questions of the cultural contexts of  
> new media practices, knowledge and understanding in curricula  
> design and teaching for interactivity.
>
> For tickets book this session online or call 020 7887 8888
>
> Tuesday 3 March
> 11.00-13.00
> Artists Using Digital Tools: Social subjects and Digital Aesthetics
>
> Graham Harwood, Artist and educator
> Keith Piper, Artist and Reader in Fine Art at Middlesex University
> Gary Stuart, Head of Multimedia at Iniva since
> Roshini Kempadoo, New media artist, photographer and Reader in  
> Media Practice at University of East London
> This session looks at new media art projects which have had a  
> relationship to gallery and museum exhibition and asks questions  
> about how artists working with new media understand the context of   
> working within contemporary art context and what their experience  
> has been.
>
> For tickets book this session online or call 020 7887 8888
>
> 15.00-17.00
> Networks of Users: Communities and Interests
> Mark Garret, Net and new media artist
> Matt Locke, Commissioning Editor for Education and New Media at  
> Channel 4
> Anna Colin, Exhibitions curator, Gasworks
> Honor Harger, Artist, curator and Director of AV Festival
>
> This session focuses upon new media practitioners who have looked  
> beyond the context of the museum and gallery in generating a  
> presence for innovatory, independent practice on the Intranet and  
> with what consequences and outcomes.
>
> For tickets book this session online or call 020 7887 8888
>
> Wednesday 4 March
> 11.00 – 13.00
> New Media and the Museum: Practices and Possibilities
>
> Sarah Cook, Research Fellow for the Faculty of Arts, Design and  
> Media at University of Sunderland
> Ross Parry, Lecturer in Museums and New Media at the University of  
> Leicester Programme Director of Museum Studies at University of  
> Leicester
> This session will focus upon the ways in which new media has been  
> taken up and used within museums. It explores how new media  
> practices become objects to be curated, collected and archived  
> within museums, as well as designing new media objects for  
> interpretation and education within museums
>
> For tickets book this session online or call 020 7887 8888
>
> 15.00-17.00
> New Media and Museums: Channels for the Future
>
> Will Gompertz, Director, Tate Media
> This session focuses upon the growing relationship between art and  
> media, specifically upon the possibilities presented by online  
> transmission for museums to take on new roles as producers and  
> broadcasters of media.
>
> For tickets book this session online or call 020 7887 8888
>
> Thursday 5 March
> 11.00 – 13.00
> Online Portals to Museums: Channels for Exchange
>
> John Stack, Head of Tate Online
> James Davis, Online Collection Editor, Tate Online
> This session focuses upon how museum websites operate as online  
> portals for various constituencies of online users. How porous can  
> museum websites be within loss of identity and focus? How are  
> questions of value and provenance negotiated?
>
> For tickets book this session online or call 020 7887 8888
>
> 15.00-17.00
> Museums, Technology and Culture: Culture and Virtual Ecologies
>
> David Garcia, Dean of Chelsea College of Art and Design and  
> Professor of Design for Digital Cultures, HKU
> Charlie Gere, Head of Department and Reader in New Media Research  
> in the Department of Media, Film, and Cultural Studies, Lancaster  
> University
> This session discusses the wider contexts of the museum’s position  
> in relationship to digital and globalised culture. How will the  
> increasing use of information technologies across a whole spectrum  
> of social, economic and cultural activity impact upon art practice  
> and the value of museums?
>
> For tickets book this session online or call 020 7887 8888
>
> Friday 6 March
> 11.00-13.00
> New Media: Gallery Workshop
>
> For tickets book this session online or call 020 7887 8888

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