20.153 CHArt conference; 2006-7 IPA Online Workshop

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2006 06:56:08 +0100

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 20, No. 153.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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   [1] From: "Hazel Gardiner" <hazel.gardiner_at_kcl.ac.uk> (111)
         Subject: CHArt 2006 Conference Announcement - Booking now open!

   [2] From: "Jack Boeve" <JBoeve_at_umuc.edu> (74)
         Subject: 2006-2007 IPA Online Workshop Series from the CIP

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         Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2006 06:26:40 +0100
         From: "Hazel Gardiner" <hazel.gardiner_at_kcl.ac.uk>
         Subject: CHArt 2006 Conference Announcement - Booking now open!

CHArt TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE – Booking now open!

KINGS COLLEGE LONDON

FAST FORWARD: Art History, Curation and Practice After Media

Thursday 9 - Friday 10 November 2006

- PROGRAMME -

Since its foundation in 1985 CHArt has closely
followed the extraordinary developments in arts
computing that have taken place over nearly two
decades. The twenty-second CHArt conference will
reflect upon the unprecedented ways that media.
particularly 'new media', are transforming our
understanding of the world and of ourselves. The
CHArt 2006 program addresses the possibilities
and challenges of these changes, as they affect visual culture.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS – Bruce Wands, Director, New York Digital Salon, New York, USA.

THURSDAY 9 NOVEMBER

SESSION 1 –
Steps of New Media Art at the Venice Biennale, 1960s to 1990s.
Francesca Franco, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK.

Electronic Civil Disobedience: The SWARM case.
Fidele Vlavo, London South Bank University, London, UK.

SESSION 2 –
User Requirements for a 'Virtual Arts Centre of the Future'.
Katrien Berte and Peter Mechant, Department of
Communication Sciences, Ghent University, Belgium.

The Digital Space of the Teatro Olimpico: A New
Environment for Interactive Arts.
Daniela Sirbu, University of Lethbridge, Canada.

SESSION 3 –
New Futures in Net Art: Discovering Emergent Art
Historical Technique in Net Art Contextualisation.
Charlotte Frost, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK.

'High Archive Fever': The Internet and Art Historical Research in China.
Adele Tan, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, UK.

Aesthetics and Interactive Art
Karen Cham, The Open University, UK.

SESSION 4 –
Panel Session
Approaches to the Practice of Curating New Media Art.
Sarah Cook, Beryl Graham and Ele Carpenter, CRUMB, University of Sunderland.

FRIDAY 11 NOVEMBER

SESSION 5 –
Preservation of Net Art in Museums.
Anne Laforet, University of Avignon, France.

Preserving and Recovering Computer Art: Reconstructing Data or the Artwork.
Nick Lambert, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK.

Conservation and Preservation in the Post-Media
Phase: A Suggested Strategy Theory.
Timothy Mohn, Pratt Institute Digital Arts Laboratory, New York, USA.

SESSION 6 –
When Presence and Absence Turn into Pattern and Randomness: Can You See Me Now?
Maria Chatzichristodoulou (maria x), Goldsmiths
College, University of London, UK.

Embodying Judgment: New Media and Art Criticism.
Daniel Palmer, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.

SESSION 7 – CHARADE:
The Peer-To-Peer Distribution of Media Assets Into the Public at Large.
Simon Pope, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK.

A Blueprint of Bacterial Life - Can a Science-Art
Fusion Move the Boundaries of Visual and Audio Interpretation?
Elaine Shemilt, University of Dundee, Scotland.

'You Are Here': Locative Media and the Body As Networked Site.
Alicia Cornwell, Tufts University, Massachusetts, USA.

SESSION 8 –
No Thanks to the Dictionary: Visualising Language in the Post-Medium Age.
Philip Klobucar, Vancouver, Canada.

Putting Two and Two Together to Make Yellow -
Synaesthesia, Media, Art and Life.
Rob Flint, Nottingham Trent University, UK.

DEMONSTRATIONS
EdiNA (Edinburgh University Data Library), Paula Cuccurullo.

The booking form is available online on
www.chart.ac.uk. Bookings made before 13 October
2006 will be entitled to a discount. Conference
Fees (pounds sterling) - include coffee/tea
breaks and lunch. Send bookings to: Hazel
Gardiner, CHArt, CCH, Kings College London, Kay
House, 7 Arundel Street, WC2R 3DX, tel: +44
(0)20 7848 2013, fax: +44 (0)20 7848 2980,
hazel.gardiner_at_kcl.ac.uk (please use the subject
heading CHArt Conference 2006 in any email queries).

BOOKING
CHArt Member:
(TWO DAYS) 100 (80 before 14 Oct 2006)
(ONE DAY) 60 (50 before 14 Oct 2006)

Non-member:
(TWO DAYS) 130 (110 before 14 Oct 2006)
(ONE DAY) 80 (70 before 14 Oct 2006)

CHArt Student Member:
(TWO DAYS) 60 (40 before 14Oct 2006)
(ONE DAY)40 (30 before 14 Oct 2006)

Student Non-member:
(TWO DAYS) 80 (60 before 14 Oct 2006)
(ONE DAY)50 (40 before 14 Oct 2006)

........................................................

Hazel Gardiner
Senior Project Officer
AHRC ICT Methods Network
Centre for Computing in the Humanities
Kings College
Kay House, 7 Arundel Street
WC2R 3DX

+44 (0)20 7848 2013
<mailto:hazel.gardiner_at_kcl.ac.uk>hazel.gardiner_at_kcl.ac.uk
www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk

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         Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2006 06:48:26 +0100
         From: "Jack Boeve" <JBoeve_at_umuc.edu>
         Subject: 2006-2007 IPA Online Workshop Series from the CIP

2006-2007 Intellectual Property in Academia Online Workshop Series.

The Center for Intellectual Property at University of Maryland
University College is pleased to host its annual asynchronous online
workshop series for faculty, university counsel, librarians,
instructional design and information professionals.

This year's exciting lineup includes three outstanding workshops:

E-Reserves and Copyright
http://www.umuc.edu/cip/ipa/workshops.html#ereserves
October 2-October 18, 2006
     Moderator: Laura (Lolly) Gasaway, M.L.S., J.D.
     Laura Gasaway is professor of law and director, Law Library,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

          ***The "E-Reserves and Copyright" workshop is being re-offered
             due to the high demand for the workshop in 2005.
             Register TODAY for this popular program!***

          Workshop Goals:

          --Learn about the background and history of reserve collections
and how it relates to fair use;
          --Discuss the purpose and legal basis for e-reserves;
          --Evaluate the views and concerns of involved parties;
          --Consider some of the technical aspects;
          --Review various guidelines for e-reserves and classroom use;
          --Explore some of the elements necessary for developing a policy
for e-reserves;
          --Discuss coursepacks, e-reserves, and materials posted by
faculty on course management software;
          --Consider the unique issues surrounding audio and video
recordings as part of e-reserves.

Copyright Education Programs
http://www.umuc.edu/cip/ipa/workshops.html#copyright_education
November 6-November 17, 2006
     Moderators: Carrie Russell, M.L.I.S., and Olga Francois, M.L.I.S.
     Carrie Russell is copyright specialist, Office for Information
Technology Policy, American Library Association.
     Olga Francois is assistant director, Center for Intellectual
Property, University of Maryland University College.

DRM Technologies
http://www.umuc.edu/cip/ipa/workshops.html#drm_tech
January 22-February 2, 2007
     Moderators: Kimberly Kelley, M.L.S., Ph.D., and by Bill Rosenblatt,
M.S.
     Kimberly Kelley is Associate Provost, Information and Library
Services, and Dean, Academic Resources and Services, University of
Maryland University College.
     Bill Rosenblatt is founder of GiantSteps Media Technology Strategies,
a management consultancy focused on the content industries and whose
primary clients are media companies and digital media technology
vendors.

          ***This workshop resumes where the CIP's previous "Digital
Rights Management (DRM)
          in Higher Education" workshop (January/February 2006)
concluded.***

WORKSHOP FORMAT: Each online workshop will last approximately two weeks,
providing the participants with an in-depth understanding of core
intellectual property issues facing higher education. They will include
course readings, chats and online discussions. Participants will receive
daily response and feedback from the workshop moderators. Please visit
the web site for all course objectives:
http://www.umuc.edu/cip/ipa/workshops.html

REGISTRATION:
     Register early since space is limited and in order to get the best
discounts. Early registration is just $125 each (regularly $150 each);
two workshops $250; three workshops $350.
     A significant discount is given for full time graduate students until
places are filled; please consult the website for details.
     To register online, visit
https://nighthawk.umuc.edu/CIPReg.nsf/Application?OpenForm.
     For additional information call 240-582-2965 or visit our web site at
http://www.umuc.edu/cip/ipa

--Jack Boeve
Center for Intellectual Property
University of Maryland University College
Visit us online at http://www.umuc.edu/cip
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