The Social Network for Innovators in Motion
Time: June 24, 2013 from 6pm to 7pm
Website or Map: http://seam2013.wordpress.com…
Event Type: call, for, presentations, now, open
Organized By: Critical Path in In partnership with The Centre for Contemporary Design Practices and the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, University of Technology Sydney
Latest Activity: May 4, 2013
SEAM 2013: Authorship, Audience and Curation
15–17 November 2013 – Sydney
Returning for its fourth year, this year’s SEAM highlights discourse at the intersections of theory and practice. It will provide a forum to share perspectives on the roles of creativity, craft and culture in dialogue with a cross-disciplinary field of creative makers, practitioners and thinkers.
Call for Presentations Now Open
We are calling for proposals from people wishing to present at SEAM2013. This link to the call for presentation (http://seam2013.wordpress.com/2013/04/17/call-for-presentations/) takes you to our new SEAM 2013 Blog and provides all the information you’d need to make a submission. I’ll also send you a Call for Presentations PDF. Proposals are due by 5pm EST Monday 24 June 2013. We hope that you will help us spread the word about SEAM2013 by sharing this link and PDF with your colleagues. Everyone will be able to get updates on SEAM2013 guest speakers and presentations by following this blog.
We encourage submissions that challenge established notions of performance and formats of presentation: including live artistic representations, presentable texts, workshops, visual documentation, moving image and other expositions of concepts, philosophies and approaches. Submissions should seek to explore conversations and convergences within and outside your practice and address the Symposium’s themes of Authorship, Audience and Curation.
The call for presentations is open to all practitioners and academics that engage in the making, constructing, choreographing, writing, performing, directing and designing of performance and performance spaces. Presentations should highlight independent perspectives on creativity, innovation, craft and culture.
If you would like to talk further about SEAM 2013 feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEAM 2013: In partnership with The Centre for Contemporary Design Practices and the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, University of Technology Sydney. Curated by Margie Medlin, Paul Gazzola and Benedict Anderson. Open to the general public by registration.