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Subject:

Re: Call for Papers: Image 2.0 Digital Media Futures Conference

From:

Gabriel Menotti <[log in to unmask]>

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Gabriel Menotti <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 4 Mar 2009 11:50:42 -0300

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Hello!

Sorry for sending this message to the mailing list, but I am trying to get
in contact with every e-mail in this call and all I get are error messages
from the falmouth.ac.uk server. Does anyone knows how to get in contact with
this conference organization?

Thanks in advance!

All the best!
Gabriel Menotti

2009/2/10 Anna Misiak <[log in to unmask]>

> Call for Papers
>
> Image 2.0: Digital Media Futures
> Interdisciplinary Conference
> University College Falmouth
> Tremough Campus
> Falmouth, Cornwall, UK
> Date: September 10th-11th September 2009
> Proposal (250-500 words) deadline: 10th March 2009
>
>
> Rationale:
> This interdisciplinary conference aims to examine intersections between
> digital
> technologies and visual media. Organised by Falmouth’s School of Media, the
> conference
> will provide a space for debate on the present state and the future of
> visual media as
> they enter a new stage of development, where established boundaries between
> disciplines
> and practices, as well as between producers and consumers, are dissolving.
>
> We invite both traditional academic research papers and practice-based
> presentations to
> promote cooperation and exchange of experience between scholars and media
> practitioners. The fields and disciplines that the conference will focus on
> include film
> studies, photography, web design, advertising and digital animation. Other
> academic or
> creative fields will be considered insofar as the exploration of their
> modes of practice
> refers to (or relies on) digital technologies.
>
> Call for papers:
> We invite established scholars, emerging researchers and graduate students
> to present
> papers on a wide variety of topics but are particularly interested in
> theoretical and
> practice-based approaches to the following:
> •       Textual/genre analysis (how digital media affects visual
> storytelling in film,
> photography and animation genres);
> •       Distribution/production/exhibition of creative visual work in the
> global (or national)
> context (Internet film exhibition, web publishing, accessibility,
> interactivity, new forms of
> leisure and media consumption. Media 2.0, Web 2.0);
> •       Representations (digitally based minority creative groups and
> subcultures, digital
> media  in relation to gender, sexuality, race, immigration, and visibility
> within the
> dominant culture);
> •       The changing nature of the moving image (reception and audiences of
> digitally
> based film and animation, YouTube, MySpace, video streaming, digital
> archiving);
> •       Art vs. commerce (the blurring distinction between the two,
> photography and
> creative advertising);
> •       Learning and Teaching (digitally based research and methodologies
> for analysing
> visual media, vlogging, digital archives);
> •       Alternative cinema (digital technologies and their impact on
> producing animation,
> documentary, pornography, experimental films, music videos, etc.);
> •       Legal and ethical aspects of digitally based visual media (control,
> censorship,
> pressure groups, copyrights).
>
> Submission guidelines (paper proposals):
> Please email the title of your proposed presentation and 250-500 word
> abstract with a
> 100 word biographical statement. Please note that long CVs will be
> rejected. All proposals
> must be included in the body of a single email.
> There is no application form to fill out.
> Email: [log in to unmask]
>
> Deadline for paper proposals:
> 10th March 2009
> If your proposal is accepted we will notify you by the end of March.
>
> Call for creative work:
> As a part of the event, we intend to put up an exhibition of digital
> photography and
> illustration, as well as a space with facilities for streaming videos.
> Therefore, we
> encourage entries of photographic, illustration, poster, and film work from
> media
> practitioners, artists, graduate and undergraduate students. Any piece of
> original work is
> invited as long as the images and films are digitally based. Those
> submitting will be fully
> responsible for any copyright clearance related to their work (including
> music).
>
> Submission guidelines (creative work):
>
> Photographs, illustrations and posters: Please send your works as email
> attachments (jpg
> files) and once your work is accepted we will ask you to forward either
> prints or high-
> resolution files to us. Limit: 5 pieces per entrant.
> Email: [log in to unmask]
>
> Short films and video installations (up to 10 minutes):
> Please send a clearly marked DVD to:
> Anna Misiak
> Image 2.0 Conference
> Film
> Tremough Campus
> University College Falmouth
> Penryn, Cornwall TR10 9EZ
> England
>
> Deadline for creative work:
> 1 May 2009
> If your work is accepted we will notify you by 18th June 2009
>
> University College Falmouth and Cornwall:
> University College Falmouth nurtures a culture of excellence, exploration
> and
> collaboration that compels our students to produce groundbreaking work.
> This unique
> combination provides a backdrop that will fire your imagination. UCF has a
> reputation
> across the art, design, media and performance industries locally,
> nationally and
> internationally as a place to find innovation and the industry stars of the
> future. UCF is a
> member of Skillset Academy.
> To find out more about our university and its location please visit:
> www.falmouth.ac.uk
> and www.visitcornwall.com/site/tourist-attractions
>
> Contact: Anna Misiak, Jason Whittaker, and Mark Douglas at
> [log in to unmask]
>

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