26 April - 11 May 2003
The next Boston Cyberarts Festival is scheduled for April 26 - May 11, 2003.
19-20 January 2002
15-16 March 2002
16-17 March 2002
Join Eastgate's Mark Bernstein, Stuart Moulthrop, Diane Greco and other special guests for the fourth eNarrative roundtable. The roundtable's theme is Hypertext, Education, Storyspace, and it will focus on the ways and means of teaching hypertext, electronic literature, and new media. Space is limited; register soon!
4-6 April 2002
At this symposium, ELO speakers will explore new publishing models and new directions in electronic literature.
12-14 April 2002
This year's Craft, Critique, Culture: The University of Iowa's 2nd Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Writing in the Academy will have a special focus on technologies of writing and the impact of media on the creation and reception of texts. Keynote speakers include Katherine Hayles and Shelley Jackson, celebrated author of Patchwork Girl.
10-12 May 2002
MIT's program in Comparative Media Studies announces the second Media in Transition conference, to be held 10-12 May, 2002 in Cambridge. This year's theme is "globalization and convergence". Deadline for abstracts: 15 November 2001.
29-31 May 2002
The 2nd International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web Based Systems will be held in Mlaga, Spain, 29-31 May 2002. Papers and proposals are sought in a variety of subjects. The proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag. Submission deadline: 7 January 2002. For more information, including submission guidelines, please visit the Web site.
6-8 June 2002
The Computer Games and Digital Cultures Conference will be held on June 6-8, 2002 in Tampere, Finland. Both specific analyses of games as a form of art and entertainment are welcome, as well as more general approaches dealing with the cultural practices related with games and social activities in online environments. The conference continues the series of international game studies conferences opened by Computer Games and Digital Textualities (Copenhagen, March 1-2, 2001).
11-15 June 2002
ACM Hypertext is the premier hypertext research conference. Home of the Nelson Award and the Bernies. Deadline for papers: 3 January 2002.
17-20 June 2002
The Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau announces the IV Saln y Coloquio Internacional de Arte Digital (International Digital Art Exhibit and Colloquium) in Havana, Cuba. The annual event, which opens on 17 June 2002, exhibits work that represents the current field of digital art in Cuba and abroad, and convenes a series of meetings and discussions to encourage exchange and reflection among designers, artists, critics and scholars whose work is related to these new forms of expression. The exhibition has two juried components: a competitive exhibition of the work of resident Cuban artists, and an international exhibit, where the work of non-Cuban residents will be shown. Work selected by a jury of well-known artists and critics will be exhibited in the Sala Majadahonda of the Centro Pablo, galleries of the Oficina del Historiador de la Ciudad, and in the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. See also: Arte Digital Cuba.
15-17 July 2002
Incubation 2 will take place from 15-17 July 2002, at the Clifton Campus of The Nottingham Trent University. The archive of Incubation 2000 is now online.
21-25 July 2002
SIGGRAPH 2002 is receiving papers, proposals, artworks, and animations for the 29th international conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques.
14 September 2002
Fray Day 6 has been scheduled for the weekend of September 14, 2002. Confirmed cities so far: San Francisco, CA, and Cambridge, MA.
A conference on New Media Poetry will be held on 11-12 October 2002, at the University of Iowa. Speakers include Marjorie Perloff, Jennifer Ley, N. Katherine Hayles and Loss Glazier.
27-31 October 2002
ISEA 2002, will be held on 27-31 October 2002 in Nagoya, Japan. The conference organizers expect nearly 1500 participants including artists, researchers, engineers, students, and presentations of over 200 papers and works from 30 countries around the world. Many related exhibitions, concerts, performances and other events are also planned.
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