SOLICITUD VIDEO ARTE ============ [English version Up]
Tengo el agrado de invitarte a mostrar tus videos en el canal WEBTV.sepiensa, un canal de contenido en internet dedicado exclusivamente a video-arte, registro de obras y registro de performance.
WEBTV.sepiensa cuenta con el apoyo de Sepiensa.net [debate.arte.sociedad], Curatoría Forense y del Fondo Nacional Audiovisual (Chile).
Si estás interesado en participar puedes enviar(los) video(s) al e-mail email@example.com via YOUSENDIT (http://www.yousendit.com/) si el archivo tiene menos de 100 MB o por correo postal (en un DVD o CD) a:
Jorge Sepúlveda T.
Casilla de Correo 68,
Sucursal 12 Capital
Buenos Aires, Argentina
los requerimientos técnicos son simples:
- archivo en formato AVI (comprimido como RAR o ZIP)
- formato 640 por 480 pixels (como minimo)
- máximo 10 minutos cada video.
- datos de cada video (titulo, autor, fecha).
El envío de los videos autoriza a WEBTV.sepiensa a la exhibición pública en internet y en actividades relacionadas con la difusión de WEBTV.sepiensa.
Artech 2008 is the fourth international workshop held in Portugal and Galicia on the topic of Digital Arts. It aims to promote contacts between Iberian and International contributors concerned with the conception, production and dissemination of Digital and Electronic Art. Artech 2008 brings the scientific, technological and artistic community together, promoting the interest in the digital culture and its intersection with art and technology as an important research field, a common space for discussion, an exchange of experiences, a forum for emerging digital artists and a way of understanding and appreciating new forms of cultural expression.
Main areas are related with sound, image, video, music, multimedia and other new media related topics, in the context of emerging practice of artistic creation.
Although non exclusive, the main topics of the conference are:
* Art and Science
* Audio-Visual and Multimedia Design
* Creativity Theory
* Electronic Music
* Generative and Algorithmic Art
* Interactive Systems for Artistic Applications
* Media Art history
* Mobile Multimedia
* Net Art and Digital Culture
* New Experiences with New Media and New Applications
* Tangible and Gesture Interfaces
* Technology in Art Education
* Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
Authors are invited to submit:
* A full paper of six to ten pages for oral presentation
* A short paper up to four pages for poster presentations or Art Installations proposals
Submissions are accepted in the conference official languages: English, Portuguese, Galician and Castilian.
Artech 2008 has the format of a conference with technical sessions, invited talks and discussion panels as well an exposition area for installations. All the contributions are subject to a blind peer-review and evaluation by the International Programme Committee. All papers accepted for presentation will be published in a duly registered book (ISBN) and a selection of the best papers will be published in an appropriate scientific and technological academic journal.
Full papers submission: 2 June 2008
Installations proposals and short papers submission: 9 June 2008
Full papers notice of acceptance: 7 July 2008
Installations proposal and short papers notice of acceptance: 14 July 2008
The EyesWeb Week 2008, 2nd Tutorial on the EyesWeb Open Platform, will be held at Casa Paganini in Genova from 11th to 15th of February 2008, with tutorials, experiments, courses for software developers (EyesWeb SDK, libraries, etc.). Here is the url to find out more about the platform: http://www.infomus.dist.unige.it/eywindex.html
Mediatised Sites is the culmination of a six month interdisciplinary project involving artists from all over the world. Led by Tamara Ashley and Kate Craddock, these artists have been developing intimate response to their chosen geographical locale and communicating that response through online and digital media. The festival will include performances, discussions and installations created by these artists. Work in the festival will explore how technology mediates our perceptions of sites, landscapes and places, as well as virtualised relationships between each other. The day will also showcase work created by local artists in the tractors and attractors laboratory that takes place in the week preceding the festival.Day Pass: £8/£5
There is a lot of great dance film stuff going on this week!
First, you won't want to miss Kinetic Cinema tonight (5/5) curated by downtown dance fav Levi Gonzalez. Levi has brought out a bunch of friends to share cutting edge dance videos and talk about experimentalism in dance and film. Come see new videodances by Melanie Maar, Sarah White, Theo Angell, Yasuko Yokoshi, Hedia Maron, ChameckiLerner, and much more!
Be one of the first 10 to arrive and get a free Corona for Cinco de Mayo!
Monday May 5th, 7:30pm (and the first Monday of every month)
$5 Admission (buy tix at the door)
279 Church Street (just south of White Street)
New York, NY 10013
Trains: 1 to Franklin; A, C, E to Canal http://weird.org/films.htm
Tomorrow night is Dance Film Lab at DTW, moderated by the wonderful Zach Morris of Third Rail Projects. This salon brings dance filmmakers together to present raw footage, drafts, works-in-progress and newly finished films to their peers for constructive feedback, to share information, and address technical, practical and artistic challenges. The lab is free and open to the public, though reservations are necessary.
Dance Film Lab
Tuesday, May 6, 8-10pm
at Dance Theater Workshop (DTW)
219 West 19th Street
(between 7th and 8th Aves)
Phone: (212) 691-6500
Last but not least, yesterday marked the beginning of the week-long Dance Movie Blogathon! Marilyn Ferdinand over at Ferdy on Films has organized this fabulous web event in which dozens of dance and film bloggers (including yours truly) will be blogging about dance on the silver screen. Check out her blog during the week for links to all the latest posts.
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