Design

event: [TESLA@UCL] Dr Brigitta Zics: How to think about Art and Design in the Age of Consciousness

29/04/2010 18:00

[TESLA@UCL]
Dr Brigitta Zics, artist, media philosopher and interaction designer:: How to think about Art and Design in the Age of Consciousness

Thursday, 29 April, 18:00 – 19:00
University College London
Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
Garwood Lecture Theatre, South Wing
(Details how to get there at the bottom of the page)

Abstract [read more...]

Location

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

job: Digital Media Design Project Leader

Application Deadline: 
28/05/2010

Circa £20k rising to £22k (according to qualifications, experience and performance) + £4,000 training budget.
24 months fixed term contract

We are looking for someone with a degree in either Web Design, Interactive Design or similar (min. 2:1) to take ownership of this challenging and demanding role. Your task will be to investigate, design and implement a range of advanced multimedia, Web 2.0, mobile design and marketing strategies for a national web based local information network. The key aims will be to: [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 http://thatcamplondon.org/. [read more...]

Location

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

CfP: Designs on eLearning 2010

Closing Date: 
24/04/2010

Call for papers
The sixth Designs on E-Learning international conference in the use of technology for teaching and learning in art, design and communication will be hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia, USA on the 15th, 16th and 17th September 2010.
Keynote speakers include Brian OliverSmith, President and CEO, Urban Planet Mobile and Reggie Smith III, President, United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA)
Conference Themes:

* Social Media and Online Learning
* The Studio and Online Education
* Assessment and Evaluation [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...]

Location

Phoenix Square, Midland Street
Leicester LE1 1TG
United Kingdom

project: Pliny: A note manager

The Pliny project aims to promote some thinking that looks broadly at the provision of tools to support scholarship. One of its products is a piece of free software, also called Pliny, which facilitates note-taking and annotation, allowing its user to integrate these initial notes into a representation of an evolving personal interpretation. [read more]

event: High Throughput Humanities at ECCS2010

15/09/2010 09:00

High Throughput Humanities

A satellite meeting at the European Conference on Complex Systems 2010
organized by Maximilian Schich, Sune Lehmann, Riley Crane, and Gourab Ghoshal

Lisbon University Institute ISCTE in Lisbon, Portugal
Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Website: http://hth.eccs2010.eu
Book of Abstracts: http://hth.eccs2010.eu/HTH2010-abstracts.pdf
Video introduction: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4RLQ2KC-cU

Abstract: [read more...]

Location

Av.ª das Forças Armadas
Lisboa 1649-026
Portugal

event: Collaborations in conserving time-based art

17/03/2010 19:00
19/03/2010 17:00

A Colloquium co-sponsored by The Hirshhorn Museum and the Lunder Conservation Center, Smithsonian Institution.

• Registration: free

It’s widely understood that the special challenges of conserving film, video, computer-based, and interactive art demand collaborative efforts—shared responsibility among a wide array of disciplines. Over the past decade, best practices and shared principles about the care of this art have been developed…emulation, migration, variability. But how do these practices actually work in the real world? [read more...]

Location

The Donald Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Washington, DC
United States
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