Posts Tagged ‘Media Art’


Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

We would like to invite you to final LEF session for 2009, LEF@Re:live09 supported by the Media Art History Conference Re:live 09.

We are delighted to report that the Leonardo Education

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Forum (LEF) continues its successful international ed

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ucation event-initiative and correspondingly we hope you join us at the public sessions scheduled at the forthcoming Media Art History Conference Re:live 09.

If you are interested in attending the Leonardo Education Forum workshops, which is carrying on from the excellent work done at the International Symposium of Electronic Art in Belfast and Ars Electronica towards the further development of an educational policy paper, please contact us.


November 26, 2009

Faculty of VCA and Music, University of Melbourne Campus Map Melbourne, University of Melbourne, 234 St Kilda Road, SOUTHBANK Victoria 3000

10 00 am Welcome

Su Baker, Associate Professor Art, Head of School, Faculty of the VCA and Music, University of Melbourne

Nina Czegledy LEF co-chair, Senior Fellow, KMDI, University of Toronto, Adjunct Associate Professor, Concordia University and  Dr

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Paul Thomas, Australian representative for LEF, Co chair Media Art History Conference, Re:live 09, Director Centre for Research in Art Science and Humanity Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia.

10.10 am Nina Czegledy LEF co-chair presents LEF international initiatives & Policy Papers

10.30 am Dr Paul Thomas and Jeremy Blank will report on the Australian national media art scoping study.

11.00 am Reports from delegates on LEF@ISEA – Ars on the three themes

11.15 am Professor Oliver Grau,, Chair for Image Science, Head Department for Cultural Studies


11.30 am Professor Ross Harley, Head of School, Media Arts, Acting Associate

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Dean Research, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Paddington, Australia

11.45 am Professor Ian M Clothier, Faculty of Art, Commerce and Technology, Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki, New Zealand, Director:, SCANZ2006 & 2009

12 pm lunch

1.30 – 3.00 pm  Working groups focus:

1. The Role of Research in media art & science & technology

2. The role of Curricula: Mapping the terrain

3. The role of Institutions: Institutional / OrganizationalCapacities and Benchmarks

3.00 pm summary by session chairs

The Role of Research in media art & science & technology

Working group leader: Oliver Grau

The role of Curricula: Mapping the terrain

Working group leader:  Ross Harley

The role of Institutions: Institutional / Organizational

Capacities and Benchmarks

Working group leader:  Ian Clothier

Working group co-leaders to be announced.

3.15pm – 4.30 pm Resolutions and outcomes Paul Brown

(With refreshments.)

Please feel free to circulate.

Contact/Organizers: Nina Czegledy <>

Paul Thomas and Julian Stadon <>

Digital Archiving

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Media art is continually re-delineating its definitions of materials and contexts within the new modalities in which it op


It has traditionally maintained

a commitment to engage with emerging technologies, analysing how they affect all areas within the

arts and in turn other disciplines. The development of inter and trans-disciplinary approaches across these areas is increasingly paving the way for participation in the science, culture and technology industries

Media Art Congress archive

Monday, September 7th, 2009 generic viagra


Media Art Scoping Study Symposium

MASS Study Keynote

MASS Symposium Program

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Nina Stromqvist & Keith Gallasch: Media Arts

Saturday, August 23rd, 2008

RealTime Issue 86 Special Feature: Nina Stromqvist is a freelance artist and writer, and

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formerly a staff member in the Inter-Arts Office of the Australia Council for the Arts.


Digital Photography Success.


Wednesday, June 23rd, 2004

MESH#17: Experimenta’s signature journal Mesh is its critically acclaimed online publication, for filmmakers, artists, writers and theorists working in Australian screen and media arts culture.

New Media Art in Australia and Asia attempts to create a partial and provisional map of the complex and at times fraught terrain of “new media art” in Australia and the Asian region.