Syneme Summer Institute of Telematic Arts

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Syneme Summer Institute of Telematic Arts

Time: July 3, 2010 at 2pm to July 23, 2010 at 7pm
Location: Calgary, Candada or any internet enabled node
City/Town: Calgary, Canada
Website or Map: http://syneme.ucalgary.ca/Syn…
Event Type: summer, institute
Organized By: Ellen Pearlman and Ken Fields
Latest Activity: Apr 12, 2010

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Syneme Announces Telearts Summer Institute in Calgary
TeleArts: Artists Collaborating Over High Speed Networks
3 Week Summer Workshop Intensive
July 5-23, 2010

Syneme: http://syneme.ucalgary.ca/synemesummer
University of Calgary
ALBERTA, CANADA

Syneme will hold a ground breaking summer workshop on TeleArts from July 5-23, 2010, at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada at the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The workshop explores the collaborative potential of mixed media/reality and live performance over high-speed networks using the power of 1 gigabit research networks. Real-time distance collaboration and performance will be the focus of our exploration. Syneme’s Telearts summer workshop aims to attract professional artists and musicians without year-round access to high-speed networks. Attendees will implement projects utilizing Syneme's (and those of our partner's) robust network infrastructure that carries HD video and uncompressed multichannel audio. A major focus of the course is to share ideas/methodologies in progress as related to telearts projects. The workshop will conclude with an international networked, real-time collaborative performance.

Syneme’s partners include the Banff Centre, McGill? and Concordia Montreal, IDC Emily Carr, CEMC and Peking Univ Beijing, NUS Singapore, SARC Belfast, University of Waikata NZ, City University of Hong Kong, Bournemouth UK, and Stanford and Indiana Purdue US.

Workshop Schedule:
April: Announcement
April - May: Registration
May: Project proposals
June: Remote pre-collaboration (discussion, brainstorming)
July 5th, 7th, 9th: First Week Classes
July 12, 14, 16: Second Week Classes
July 19, 21, 23: Third Week Courses
July 23rd or 24th: Performance All Day
August: Documenting and Online Summaries

The Syneme tele-performance lab includes the use of a 1Gig fiber optic research network link, Apple computers, Sony and Canon HD Cams, Lifesize Express Teleconference system, Lemur OSC controller, photographic lights, Neuman and AKG microphones, 2 Panasonic HD projectors, Blackmagic Multibridge pro video card, RME audio interfaces and state of the art performance spaces.

For initial inquiries, please contact Ellen Pearlman (elpearlm@ucalgary.ca) or Ken Fields (kfields@ucalgary.ca).

We encourage you to register and make plans for travel and accommodation (if attending on-site) as soon as possible especially if you have to attain a visa.

First Step: Send an Email to Syneme

Please email the following information to kfields@ucalgary.ca. This information is informal and just for the Syneme Summer Institute staff so we can know who you are and what you are thinking of working on.

NAME:
ADDRESS/COUNTRY:
EMAIL:
PHONE:
Attending Onsite or Remotely:
Proposed Title of Project:
Brief Description of Project:
Your area of expertise:

If attending as a distance participant, please provide the name of the institution and your contact supervisor. Include a description of the studio/lab you will be working in including technical specifications for distance connectivity. Alternatively, contact us so that we may find a potential university partner in your region.

If you have further questions, please contact Ellen Pearlman (elpearlm@ucalgary.ca) or Ken Fields (kfields@ucalgary.ca).

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