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Wednesday, September 28 at 9:00am – September 30 at 9:00pm
Liverpool John Moore’s University Design Academy

Duckinfield Street, Off Brownlow Hill
Liverpool, United Kingdom
The fourth International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology, Rewire, will be hosted by FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) and held in Liverpool, UK, from 28-30 September, 2011, In collaboration with academic partners: Liverpool John Moores University, CRUMB at the University of Sunderland, the Universities of the West of Scotland and Lancaster, and the Database of Virtual Art at the Dept. for Image Science, Danube University.

A new widespread condition of sociability invites a questioning of the role of media art practice and new media histories in the context of wider cultural and technological developments, and Rewire aspires to do just that.

The Open Hardware Scholarship

    CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The Open Hardware Scholarship!
    Do you have the next big Open Hardware idea, but just don?t have the funds
    for it?

    The Open Hardware Summit (OHS) is announcing its first Open Hardware
    scholarship this year! The purpose of the OHS scholarship is to support
    emerging artists/inventors and developers by providing funding for works
    that are released as Open Source Hardware. Granting these funds is an
    opportunity to draw attention to the Open Source Hardware movement, to give
    back to the DIY community, and to give you the chance to join a growing
    roster of gamechangers in Open Source Hardware history. If you have a
    project that is in the spirit of the OHS and supports the OHSW definition,
    we welcome your submissions.

    Upwards of $2000 will be awarded. The scholarship is made available by the
    generous individuals and sponsors who have made the Open Hardware Summit

    The winner will be chosen by the public. All projects will be viewable
    online and votes will be collected during the week of the summit. People
    will be able to vote on their favorite project remotely or onsite. A check
    will be presented to the winning artist/group at the conclusion of OHS on
    September 15th at the New York Hall of Science

    1. upload a 30 second (maximum) video clip to youtube that showcases the
    concept of your project. The title of the video MUST be the title of the

    2. include a short paragraph in the description of the video. Your
    description must start with the following sentence, and go on to explain
    your project in less than 500 characters.
    ?The following project is a submission to the Open Hardware Scholarship
    awarded by the Open Hardware Summit 2011.
    Project title: ?
    Project Description:..?

    3. email the following information to :

    name of artist/collaborative group
    email address
    place of resident (city, state/province, country)
    title of project
    summary of project (500 characters max)
    URL of video clip
    URL of project site that includes your application of the OSHW Definition
    For submissions is 12:01am, September 14th EST. NO EXCEPTIONS

    Please feel free to email if you have any questions.

    Where does the money come from? We had $2,000 USD left over from our funds
    last year and we thought the best way to use it is to give it back to the

    Good luck!

    Hirumi Nanayakkara
    Scholarship Chair
    Open Hardware Summit 2011

The Mobile City

EVENT: Interaces and metropolises 8th encounter between French and Swiss urban planners, Lausanne, 8 July2011

FÒRUM OBERT. QUAM 2011 | WIKPOLIS. Cartografies i construccions col·lectives de l’espai social

FÒRUM. 08-09.07.2011 | TALLER DE PROJECTES. 10-15.07.2011

Més informació i inscripcions a la QUAM 2011 – WIKPOLIS: aquí

D’un total de 40 propostes presentades a la convocatòria oberta de projectes, ponències i comunicacions s’han seleccionat un total d’onze. Sis d’aquestes propostes seran presentades en el marc del Fòrum QUAM 2011 – WIKPOLIS. Totes elles formaran part del Fòrum Obert que es publicarà en la pàgina web de ACVic.

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QUAM 2011 | WIKPOLIS. Cartografies i construccions col·lectives

FÓRUM. 08-09.07.2011.

Seminari internacional amb la participació de Mona Fawaz/Ahmad Gharbieh, Stalker-Primavera Romana. (Giulia Fiocca, Lorenzo Romito), Iconoclasistas. (Pablo Ares, Julia Risler), Neil Cumings, Jordi Canudas/Carme Carbonell, Francisco Jarauta, Santiago Cirugeda, Straddle 3 (David Juàrez Latimer-Knowles), Todo por la praxis (Diego Peris),, Efraín Foglia i participants seleccionats en convocatòria oberta (recepció de projectes i comunicacions fins 17.06.2011 –aquí per a més informació).

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2nd International Graduate Conference in Communication and Culture: The Culture of Remix

Lisbon, 13-14 October, 2011*

This inter-disciplinary graduate conference seeks to address questions concerning the multiple dimensions of remix at the intersection of culture and communication.  Lawrence Lessig has proposed “remix” as one of the main outcomes of social and cultural practices enabled by new technologies that allow for easy production and sharing. Remix is the creative mixing of cultural elements, a collage, a blending, a hybridization of genres, creative destruction.

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Próximas actividades / Upcoming Activities · 31.01.2011 – 06.02.2011

MEDIALAB-PRADO?Plaza de las Letras?C/ Alameda, 15 · 28014 Madrid?+34 913 692 303? gratuita / Free admission
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Jugando con Números: Seminario de malabares. Sesión II
Lunes, 31 enero / 17:00h a 20:30h en Café Teatro Matadero Madrid

Segunda sesión del seminario de malabares, en el marco del taller/grupo de trabajo Jugando con números. Esta jornada está dedicada al taller de malabares de mesa “Table Juggling” y contará con la presentación del Sean Gandini. [+info]

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Pressrelease:STRP Conference- from ‘cloud culture’ to ‘internet of things’

Conference ‘eSphere: Living in the cloud’  at STRP Festival reflects on a new networked reality

What if trees, lighting and shop windows become social media? What if everything is connected to everything? What’s art and culture like in such a networked reality? At the conference ‘eSphere: Living in the Cloud’ international artists, (neuro)scientists and media scholars reflect on the meaning of new technologies for our culture on Friday the 26th of November. Together with Baltan Lab’s Funware symposium the next day, they present their view on a future full of RFID-chips, brain implants and unimaginable possibilities. The conference takes place in parallel with the STRP field trial of the eSphere, a large scale exploration of RFID and the experience of art.

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Wednesday 27th October 2010, 5.30pm – 10pm


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Two Free Events in one evening:

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Interactivos?’10 Belo Horizonte: High End Low Tech Call for Projects

Deadline: September 30, 2010

Call for collaborators: October 20 – November 20, 2010
Dates of the workshop: November 21 – December 8, 2010
Projects Showcase: December 8 – 15, 2010

Interactivos? is an interactive projects production workshop and a space of reflection, research and collaborative work. In this new edition in Belo Horizonte (Brazil) a maximum of 8 proposals –local, national, and international– will be selected. These proposals should develop and creatively apply simple and accessible technological resources in artistic and educational projects.

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