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Sean Cubitt <[log in to unmask]>

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I hope you won't mind a sleeper on this list chipping in a CFP that might be
of interest - both for possible attendees, but also for people conducting
similar kinds of research in different territories. As some of you know
Pual, the convenor of this event, and I are also hosting the next iteration
of the media art history conferences, Re:live, in Melbourne later this year.
This is obviously related: the hostory, but also the prospects, and the best
practices, in media art education in Australai. If any CRUMBs are working on
similar projects, you can contact Paul at
Dr Paul Thomas <[log in to unmask]>

All the best

sean

Media Art Scoping Symposium
CALL FOR PAPERS: Extended Deadline 27th April

Vital Signs: Revisited
Media art education at the intersection of science,
technology and culture
Date: July 4th 2009:Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne

Keynote Paul Brown

His most recent book ³White Heat Cold Logic² which he co-edited with his
colleagues from the CACHe Project has just been published by MIT Press -
Leonardo Imprint - and he is currently working on a new book ³A Machine That
Makes Art², an international history of the early computer arts - 1950-80.

Examples of his artwork and publications are available on his website at:
http://www.paul-brown.com

 Aims

The media/electronic art scoping symposium is calling for paper from
pioneering educators, artists and scientists who have brought about the
dissolution of boundaries that have traditionally existed between the
artistic and technological disciplines. The symposium is seeking the media
art educators who have developed new interdisciplinary curricula, facilities
and information technologies.
The symposium will explore influential theoretical, scientific and
philosophical pedagogies that have influenced the development of
media/electronic arts.


The Mass symposium calls for refereed and non referred papers, posters on
the following themes
€    media art, media art histories and associated pedagogical strategies
€    media art in the context of contemporary art education
€    examples of media art, descriptions and analysis of science, media art
and culture
€    creative practice as research in new media
€    media art innovations in teaching and learning

We particularly wish to encourage presentations from and about new
developments in teaching Media Art. Proposals are welcomed from academics,
artists, theorist, and researchers in media art, media art history,
performance studies, literature, film, and science and technology studies.
Deadline for 200 word abstracts: 27th March 09. Please submit proposals by
email to: Julian Stadon <[log in to unmask]>, Media Art Scoping
Symposium organizer.
Abstracts of proposals, panel presentations and posters should be submitted
in either text, RTF,  or Word formats.

Information can be found at http://mass.nomad.net.au

The symposium aims to add to the media art scoping study via collaborating
between leading universities in Australia currently conducting academic
teaching and learning programs in media/electronic arts.

The  media art scoping study symposium is the first component of the media
arts congress in collaboration with Creative Arts PhD and the Australian
Screen Production Education & Research Association (ASPERA) a three day
event which starts on Saturday 4 July 2009.
 
Media Art Congress
4  July 2009 Media Art Scoping Study Vital Signs: Revisited
5 July 2009 Imaging Futures COMBINED ROUNDTABLE FORUM
<http://mass.nomad.net.au/about/media-arts-congress/imaging-futures-5th-july
/> 
6 July 2009 Diegetic Life Forms and Diegetic Logic: Assessing Image-based
Scholarship <http://wwwmcc.murdoch.edu.au/nass/altc/index.html>
Conference delegates will be able to attend events on the other two days and
will be invited to actively participate in ³Imaging Futures² Combined
Roundtable Forum.



Prof Sean Cubitt
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Director
Media and Communications Program
Faculty of Arts
Room 127 John Medley East
The University of Melbourne
Parkville VIC 3010
Australia

Tel: + 61 3 8344 3667
Fax:+ 61 3 8344 5494
M: 0448 304 004
Skype: seancubitt
http://www.culture-communication.unimelb.edu.au/media-communications/
http://www.digital-light.net.au/
http://homepage.mac.com/waikatoscreen/
http://seancubitt.blogspot.com/
http://del.icio.us/seancubitt

Editor-in-Chief Leonardo Book Series
http://leonardo.info

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