Announcement, Call for Entries, Call For Papers, NMC Events and Exhibitions, Opportunities with NMC, Symposium

Border Control: 2019 NMC Symposium and Exhibition

The New Media Caucus proudly announces the 2019 Symposium and Exhibition, Border Control, at the University of Michigan, Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design and the Stamps Gallery. EXHIBITION DATES: 9/20/19 – 11/10/19 SYMPOSIUM DATES: 9/19/19 – 9/22/19 GUEST CURATOR: Allison Collins, Media Arts Curator, Western Front Borders and boundaries, both tangible and ephemeral, are closely tied to the ways in which humanity has always made sense of the world, and of its place in it. Our current moment is one in which this certainty is being undermined as many borders are being challenged and contested. Borders can be mental, physical,…

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Two year Visiting Assistant Professor of Art/ New Media

Kenyon College announces a two-year Visiting Assistant Professor position for an Artist for whom New Media serves as a major component of his/her artistic focus. Applicants should have demonstrated expertise in digital image manipulation, video and interactive installation practices, and knowledge of physical computing or creative coding processes. Expertise in other areas of emerging media are valued but not required. As a liberal arts college, interdisciplinary work is a natural aspect of our liberal arts focus. Proficiency in Adobe Suite and other software needed for teaching is expected. We invite visionary applicants who will bring ingenuity, effort, diverse perspectives and…

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Clinical Assistant Professor of Multimedia Arts (Studio Arts Program)

The Studio Arts Program at Loyola Marymount University invites applications for a Full-time (One-year renewable appointment) in the area of Multimedia Arts beginning in fall 2019. The ideal candidate is an outstanding interactive technology and digital media practitioner, scholar and educator who demonstrates the ability to engage a diverse community of learners at the highest levels of artistic endeavor and critical thinking from foundation to senior level courses. The qualified candidate should be proficient in 2D and 3D art/design practices, including time-based form, interactive arts or UX design. The successful candidate should be able to teach undergraduate courses in digital…

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Colgate – Department of Art and Art History – Video Visiting Assistant Professor

Studio Art, Video Artist. The department of Art and Art History at Colgate University welcomes applications for a one year visiting assistant professorship in Video Art, beginning fall semester 2019, five course load. Teaching expertise and artistic practice may include experimental film, animation, documentary, installation, and other time-based media practices. The successful candidate will teach courses in Video Art as a studio practice, as well as an Introduction to Studio Art course that spans theory and practice across artistic media. There will also be opportunities to advise students engaged in senior thesis projects in studio art, and to contribute to…

Call for Entries, Call For Papers

Call for Papers: Video Game Art Reader is Accepting Submissions on Overclocking

Video Game Art Reader (VGAR) is accepting submissions through March 29th on the topic of Overclocking! This issue proposes overclocking as a foundational metaphor for how games are produced and experienced today, and the temporal compressions and extensions of the many historical lineages that have shaped game art and culture. In the same way that a computer user might overclock the processor of their machine to achieve results beyond its intended use, how can video game art studies overclock its received historical boundaries and intervene on current video game practices that are accelerating past their limits? Might overclocking practices also…

Activity, CAA, Call For Papers, NMC Events and Exhibitions

Open Call for New Media Caucus Panel Proposals, CAA 2020, Chicago

The New Media Caucus invites proposals for affiliated panel session to be held during the 2020 College Art Association annual conference in Chicago. Panels should reflect New Media Caucus’ mandate of promoting the development and understanding of new media art. Panels that address or engage with underrepresented groups within the new media genre are strongly encouraged. Panel chairs will submit the proposal and organize the session, including the call for submissions. The NMC Exhibitions & Events Committee will assist with providing liaison to CAA, administration, publicity, etc. PROPOSALS MUST INCLUDE: Please submit the following as a single PDF Abstract (500…

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IEEE Games Entertainment and Media at Yale University: Submission Deadline Mar 10th!

IEEE Games Entertainment and Media 2019 is continuing to accept papers, projects, and artworks. Submissions can take the form of Full Papers for most tracks, Abstracts for those in the medical field, and Projects for exhibition proposals. Our goal is to make this a totally immersive conference, with demos and experiences available throughout the venue as well as those included in a curated exhibition. We will have a non-juried track for people with accepted papers to submit examples of their work to be viewable and/or playable in the space, with the hope that everything you hear about during a session…

Announcement, Call For Papers, Conference, NMC Events and Exhibitions, Opportunities with NMC, Symposium

Deadline Extended for NMC 2019 Symposium: Border Control

Symposium Deadline Extended until March 15 11pm, Eastern Standard Time A number of people have asked for a bit more time to submit to the Border Control Symposium. We are happy to extend the deadline for panels, papers, workshops or other symposium activities.   Note: The deadline to submit artwork for the Exhibition remains Thursday, February 28th 11pm, Eastern Standard Time. Please spread the word, and we hope to see you in Ann Arbor. For more information and to submit, please go to http://bordercontrol.newmediacaucus.org EXHIBITION DATES: 9/20/19 – 11/10/19 SYMPOSIUM DATES: 9/19/19 – 9/22/19 GUEST CURATOR: Allison Collins, Media Arts Curator, Western Front…

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Visiting Full-Time Lecturer in Photography and Digital Media

Lecturer – Photography and Digital Media – (ADJ000282) Organization: H0083 Art Salary Commensurate with Experience Description: The Photography and Digital Media program within the School of Art at the University of Houston, a Tier One public research university, seeks applications for a Lecturer of Photography and Digital Media position to begin fall 2019. This is a full-time, one-year contract. The program seeks candidates with the potential for excellence in teaching and a clear commitment to enhancing the diversity of the faculty, graduate, and undergraduate student population. The successful candidate will have an active fine art practice at the forefront of…

Graduate Programs (MA/ MFA/ Ph.D)

Drive Social Change with The New MA in Civic Media at Columbia College Chicago

Merge activism with media practice in the Civic Media MA program at Columbia College Chicago. Collaborate with local communities to create user-centered projects and media strategies to position yourself for a job with social impact. At the heart of the program is the thesis project. You’ll design, implement, and assess project-based solutions that address real community needs. These projects vary widely. You might help a community solve an information problem and build relationships with city leaders, or you may work with an interest group on a quality-of-life issue. But in the end, the project will coincide with your interests, skills, and the…

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Adjunct Professor – Digital Design – University of San Francisco

Job Title: Adjunct Professor – Digital Design Job Summary: The Design Program at the University of San Francisco is seeking 1-2 part-time instructors to teach Visual Communication II in the Fall 2019 semester. Visual Communication II is the second in our introductory series of design courses where students are introduced to design thinking, process, production and theory. While Vis Com I introduces these ideas primarily through print media, Vis Com II will introduce them through basic web and interaction skills in designing for the screen. The class is required for all Design majors and minors. Instructors would be required to…