Community Arts (including Art and Health)

event: Networked Humanities: Art History in the Web


Since the earliest times, new technologies have contributed to profound scientific advances and have transformed the ways we can do research. It is claimed today that the World Wide Web offers revolutionary models of scientific cooperation, which promise to instantiate a utopian democracy of knowledge. This claim has repeatedly been associated with the development and introduction of a collaborative Web, commonly referred to as 'Web 2.0' as well as its offspring, a semantically enriched Web 3.0 still in the making. [read more...]


Hotel Villa del Mare
Acquafredda di Maratea

blog: Transformations Journal Call For Papers: “Rancière: Politics, Art and Sense.”

In The Politics of Aesthetics, Jacques Rancière has argued that we need to rethink aesthetics as “the invention of new forms of life” (25). Rejecting the idea that aesthetics should be confined to such questions as the status of the art object and the aestheticisation of politics, Rancière’s work opens up aesthetics to a reflection on the possibilities of sense and its distribution in terms of sensible forms and practices. [read more...]

event: THATCamp London

06/07/2010 08:30
07/07/2010 13:00

THATCamp is a user-generated “unconference” on digital humanities developed by the Center for History and New Media (CHNM) at George Mason University. This year, for the first time, a THATCamp will occur at the same time and same place as the DH conference — the world’s premere conference on the Digital Humanities, and we expect that having both together will spark exciting new ideas!

You need to apply to take part in the THATCamp. Find out more about it at [read more...]


King's Building, Strand Campus, The Strand King's College London
London WC2R 2LS
United Kingdom

event: Boston Motion Graphics Festival 2010


Boston Motion Graphics Festival 2010
April 1st through 5th, All Around the City

Featuring artists such as: The Mill, Dvein, Pleix, Psyop, Herzog & De Meuron, Three Legged Legs, Jean-Paul Frenay,Yoshi Sodeoka, Alan Sondheim, Addictive TV, Warp Records, The Crystal Method, Royksopp, Assassin's Creed 2, LucasArts, N.A.S.A., Larry Carlson, Ken Adams, Jen Stark, Shantell Martin and more.

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All Around the City
United States

Launch of Ashmolean Museum's Eastern Art Online: The Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art

Recent launch of Eastern Art Online: The Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art

This is a major online resource from the recently expanded and refurbished Ashmolean, to open up the University of Oxford's Islamic and Asian Art collections held at the Museum to a wider audience.

The site showcases collections from the Islamic Middle East, the Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia, China, Japan and Korea. Currently there are around 1,400 objects on the site, but this figure will be [read more...]

event: Teaching Digital Writing

29/04/2010 09:30
29/04/2010 17:00

Digital Writing crosses over Media, Creative Writing, Art & Design and English departments and demand for more higher education courses continues to grow. How are we meeting that demand and how is digital writing being taught? This free, one-day symposium is an opportunity to discuss, debate and sample Digital Writing with leading practitioners and university lecturers. [read more...]


Phoenix Square, Midland Street
Leicester LE1 1TG
United Kingdom

event: TESLA@UCL_SPECIAL] Artist, Curator and Lecturer Barbara Steveni: Beyond the Acid Free

24/03/2010 18:00

Barbara Steveni conceived and co-founded the Artist Placement Group (APG), in London in 1966. Steveni’s innovative concept, based on a more holistic and intuitive view of Art than was current at the time, would take another 20 years to enter the mainstream. APG, later renamed O+I, acted as the precursor to current notions of ‘Artist in Residence’ and Public Art programmes. [read more...]


Gower Street University College London (UCL), Garwood Lecture Theatre
London WC1E 6BT
United Kingdom

event: Transforming Culture in the Digital Age

14/04/2010 10:00
16/04/2010 18:00

Increasingly, we see new forms of culture being born in the variety of online environments. Users have become producers taking over production of online content and traditional hierarchies of users and producers are collapsing. At the same time, traditional memory institutions like museums, archives, libraries and acknowledged artists struggle to make sense of the transformations that are coming together with new technologies. [read more...]


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