Artwork, Call for Entries, Events and Exhibitions

VRHAM! 2018 – Virtual Reality & Arts Festival Hamburg

A chance to immerse yourself, relax, marvel, empathise, cross new boundaries, discover fascinating worlds and have a new, 360-degree experience – all that and much more is offered by the first German Virtual Reality & Arts Festival HAMburg: VRHAM! From 7 to 17 June 2018 VRHAM! presents numerous VR experiences by international artists and creative minds, as well as live performances and guided Virtual Reality tours. The varied events program comprises workshops and discussions, lectures and panel meetings on the topic of virtual reality. A high-profile international jury will be awarding the EUR 5,000 »VRHAMMY! Award« for the best VR…

CAA, Call for Entries, Conference, Events and Exhibitions

Open Call: The Cube Art Project and MACAA International Digital Art Competition

The Cube Art Project (CAP) Biannual International Digital Art Competition hosts it’s third exhibition on the Cube May 18, 2018. ALL ARTISTS are welcome including MACAA members. We will host two screening events: CAP screening May 2018 – May 2019 AND a special screening on Oct 4, 2018 titled: “Digital Art Screening Exhibition for the 2018 Mid-America College Art Association Conference: Techne Expanding.” We are seeking video art, animations, motion graphics, projects for screening on our large three dimensional monitor (the Cube). This 750 sq ft screen is seen by hundreds of people on a slow day, but it’s also…

Call for Entries, Events and Exhibitions, Film Festival

Kansas City Performing Media Festival National Call for Works

Michael Miller and Eric Souther with Charlotte Street Foundation are seeking audio-visual works to be screened during Kansas City Performing Media Festival (KC PMF). Submissions are due by June 1st, and all winners will be announced by June 15th. KC PMF will take place on September 29th at Charlotte’s Street’s La Esquina Gallery, Kansas City, MO. The event will take place during Open Spaces, Kansas City’s bi-annual outdoor-indoor contemporary art exhibition. All applicants must consider the material and discursive practices of Object-Oriented Ontology, specifically it’s subsets: Alien phenomenology, Agential Realism, and Posthumanism. Object-Oriented Ontology is a philosophy that maintains objects…

Events and Exhibitions, Symposium

Registration Open for 2018 North Texas Digital Fabrication Symposium

Texas Woman’s University April 20-21, 2018 The 2018 North Texas Digital Fabrication Symposium will be hosted at Texas Woman’s University April 20th-21st, 2018. Artists, researchers, makers and students will come together at TWU to discuss digital fabrication, its practice, pedagogy and curation. The theme, “Humanizing the Digital” inspired fascinating proposals from artists and researchers working with digital fabrication in a variety of applications. The symposium events will include panel discussions of 5-6 panelists organized around three sub-themes: “Embodiment & Technology,” “Adaptation & Play,” and “Process & Practice.” Six workshops, scheduled each afternoon of the symposium, give participants hands-on application and…

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…

Activity, CAA, Events and Exhibitions

Invitation to Celebrate Leonardo/ ISAST’s 50th Anniversary at CAA

Dear New Media Caucus, Please be my guest to celebrate Leonardo/ISAST’s 50th Anniversary with UCLA’s Art|Sci Lab and the Beall Center for Art + Technology on Saturday, February 24th, 6–8pm at UC Irvine! Event guests will be treated to a champagne and dessert reception as well as a guided curatorial tour of the Beall Center for Art + Technology’s current intermedia exhibition, “Drawn from a Score.” This event is produced in tandem with the Beall Center for Art + Technology and UCLA Art|Sci Center. Event guests traveling from the CAA Conference will have access to provided transportation with RSVP. Please specify that you are a CAA registrant so that…

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,…

Events and Exhibitions, Member News, Opening

DISSOLVING SIGHTS: An Exhibition of Projection Art

February 24th, 6-10pm LOCATION Automata 504 Chung King Court Los Angeles, CA 90012 The projection overlays itself onto objects and architecture thereby merging two distinct types of information as a hybrid form. The resulting effect of presenting an “image skin” over the objects and built environment transforms, informs and at times confuses a static understanding of place while emphasizing an intimate viewing situation. Dissolving Sights brings together the work of ten artists who use projection as a significant part of their practice, while engaging themes of place, resistance and dreams. The exhibition, organized by Janie Geiser, Bora Kyung Min Lee, Miwa Matreyek,…

Events and Exhibitions, NMC Events and Exhibitions

Networked Conversations with: Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett

THIRD SPACE NETWORK presents Networked Conversations with: Ruth Catlow & Marc Garrett, co-directors of the London-based Furtherfield gallery for arts, technology and social change Saturday, November 18, 10:00am-11:00am (ET US East Coast / calculate your time zone) Online Login: https://connect.ntu.edu.sg/thirdspacenetwork/ Select “Guest,” type your name, and “Enter Room.”   About Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett: Ruth Catlow is Co-founder and Artistic Director of the Furtherfield online community for arts, technology and social change since 1997, now also a public gallery in the heart of Finsbury Park, North London. She is an artist working with emancipatory network cultures, practices and poetics in arts, technology…

Events and Exhibitions, NMC Events and Exhibitions

Networked Conversations with: Second Front

THIRD SPACE NETWORK presents Networked Conversations with: Second Front Saturday, October 28, 11:00am-12:00pm (EDT US East Coast / calculate your time zone). Event Login: https://connect.ntu.edu.sg/thirdspacenetwork/ Select “Guest,” type your name, and “Enter Room.”   Second Front, founded in 2006, is the first performance art group in the online virtual world of Second Life. Members of Second Front who will be joining the interview include: Bibbe Hansen (New York), Doug Jarvis (Victoria), Patrick Lichty (Chicago) Liz Solo (St. Johns), and Jeremy Owen Turner (Vancouver). Second Front has performed extensively both in-world and in galleries and museums. Though the artists perform remotely their performances…