Call for Entries, Journal

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Internet of Other People’s Things – dealing with the pathologies of our digital world

An open-access publication bringing together critical perspectives on ubiquitous technologies and asymmetric battles for power. Please send your email submissions to: opencall@kairus.org Website Link: http://opencall.kairus.org/ by Linda Kronman & Andreas Zingerle (KairUs Art+Research) and Jonathan Woodier (Sol International School’s Department of Global Media and Communications Arts (South Korea), Associate Fellow of the Strategic Communications Centre at King’s College, London) CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS (DEADLINE April 30, 2018) The expansion of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) and the proliferation of virtually-connected data points are providing ever increasing amounts of information for those keen on use or abuse. The Hobbesian nature of cyberspace,…

Call for Entries, Events and Exhibitions

Call for Student Work — “(Non)Standard” Digital Fabrication Exhibition

This April at Texas Woman’s University, the North Texas Digital Fabrication Group will host “Humanizing the Digital”, a symposium that will consider ways in which new technologies are reconnecting us with our humanity. In conjunction, there will be a juried exhibition of student artwork incorporating the use of these new processes. The purpose of the exhibition will be to show the range of potential expression made available by digital fabrication, especially in ways that relate to the theme of the symposium. We are particularly interested in work incorporating handmade elements, and we also welcome work that explores an aesthetic of…

CAA, Call for Entries, Events and Exhibitions

Screening Opportunities at CAA for Graduate Student Work

Attention: Graduate Coordinators The CAA Services to Artists Committee (SAC) invites you to show your graduate students’ video works at the 2018 College Art Association Conference (CAA) in Los Angeles. The SAC hosts free offerings in ARTspace and MediaLounge. This year we have two screening opportunities in MediaLounge for MA and MFA video work, we would love to include your students’ works. ARTspace and MediaLounge function as a “conference within a conference” of innovative programs that are of special interest to artists, emerging professionals, and artist / educators. ARTspace and MediaLounge programming offer an informal, dynamic setting with sessions, panels, screenings,…

Call for Entries, Residency

Spring/Summer 2018 Signal Culture Residency Applications Now Available

Signal Culture Artist, Researcher and Toolmaker in Residence Applications Now Available for the Spring/Summer 2018 Season Signal Culture is an experimental media art residency located in Owego, New York. We are now accepting applications for our Artist, Researcher and Toolmaker in Residence programs for the Spring/Summer 2018 season. Artist In Residence Program The Artist Studio features a wide range of media tools, both new and old, for use in a real time audio/video/data processing system. Our philosophy is to create a space for experimentation and for artists to develop a dialogue with the range of tools available. As such, we…

Announcement, Call for Entries, Opportunities with NMC

The Judson-Morrissey Excellence in New Media Award: Conference Attendance Scholarship for Students of Color

February 1 Deadline The New Media Caucus (NMC) invites applications for The Judson-Morrissey Excellence in New Media Award: Conference Attendance Scholarship for Students of Color. The scholarship provides $1100 for a student of color working in the field of new media art (artist, practitioner, history and/criticism) to attend the College Art Association Conference (Los Angeles, CA Feb. 21-24, 2018). This award is consistent with the vision of the NMC and our commitment to cultivating inclusivity within the new media arts community. One goal of the scholarship is to facilitate connections with the New Media Caucus community of artists and scholars…

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Now accepting submissions for Signal Culture Cookbook Vol. 2

The original Signal Culture Cookbook (edited by Tammy McGovern) is a nearly 300 page e-book featuring innovative techniques and creative practices employed by artists working in the field of experimental media art. Nearly 3 years after the original release, we are inviting artists, toolmakers and researchers to submit their unique recipes for the second edition of the Signal Culture Cookbook. We are interested in proposals that push the boundaries of traditional how-to’s, tips and tricks found in most DIY publications. We are seeking innovative and unusual ways people work with video processing, image and sound manipulation, augmented reality, VR, mobile…

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS — “Humanizing the Digital” Symposium at Texas Woman’s University

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS DUE DECEMBER 15, 2017

The 3rd annual North Texas Digital Fabrication Symposium (NTDFS) highlights the creative potential for digital fabrication tools and techniques to reconnect us to our humanity. Contrary to society’s worst fear of the dystopian impact of technology, innovative and creative uses of digital fabrication open up possibilities for reconsidering the way humans learn, make and connect through the creative arts. The NTDFS is intended to be a forum for considering the hybrid, interdisciplinary and creative futures that lead us back to the complex imperfection of our humanity.

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CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS: NMC Showcase during CAA 2018 in Los Angeles

The ninth annual NMC Showcase will be held during CAA 2018 on Thursday February 22th   at 701 West Cesar E. Chavez Avenue, Suite 203, Los Angeles 90012.

The NMC showcase is a series of rapid-fire presentations by 16 NMC members (6 minute presentations). It has proven to be a great forum to get to know the work of a number of fellow members in a lively atmosphere and a great way to present your work to like-minded individuals.  Several spots are reserved for graduate students currently enrolled in an MFA or PHD program.