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Posted 2006-06-15 by Tony Walsh
 
 
     
 
A handful of calls-for-papers and other solicitations caught my eye today--at least one of which I'd love to respond to, but an overabundance of professional work has tied me up for the rest of the summer. I enjoy researching and developing long-form material, but it's just not possible in the short term. If you have more time than I do, perhaps you'll submit to one or more of the following call-outs:

perthDAC 2007 - The Future of Digital Media Culture
7th International Digital Arts and Culture Conference
15 -18th September 2007, Perth, Australia.
Call for Papers: "Papers are sought for PerthDAC 2007 that will illuminate both the near and long term Future of Digital Media Culture...perthDAC 2007 accepts submissions from fields such as the humanities, social sciences, human-computer interaction and computer science studies, as well as those working both practically and theoretically in specific areas such as: digital/interactive art, digital/electronic literature, game studies, online communities, new media studies, affective computing, experience design, virtual environment design, etc." [more info]

Computational Models of Creativity in the Arts
A special issue of Digital Creativity Journal (18:1), Routledge
Call for Participation: "This special issue will address the use of computational systems in the fine and performing arts, literature, design and animation as well as the associated fields of aesthetics, cognitive science, art history and cultural theory. It especially invites those involved in the computational analysis and modelling of creative behaviour to contribute... a very broad list of (nonexclusive) descriptors might include: the application of computational and generative methodologies in the arts and related creative disciplines; computational approaches to creativity, cognition and aesthetics; the application of artificial intelligence and artificial life; the application of evolutionary and adaptive systems; cultural applications of computing and digital electronics in general... 14 Aug 2006 Initial deadline for full papers to the guest editors..." [more info (PDF)]

Artech 2006
Linking Frontiers
ART + TECHNOLOGY + SCIENCE + SOCIETY
Pazo da Cultura - Pontevedra, SPAIN
17 - 18 November 2006
Call for Papers, deadline 30/06/2006: "Artech 2006 aims to offer the scientific, technological and artistic community interested in the context of the digital culture and in the intersection between art, science and technology as an important research field, a common ground for debate and the exchanging of experiences, as well as to promote a forum for artists, fostering an understanding and appreciation of these forms of cultural expression...Numerous areas have a relationship with the context mentioned. Fields such as image, video, sound, multimedia, virtual and augmented reality..." [more info]

Victory Media Network
Call for Entries: "Designed by architect, Richard Orne, Victory Plaza hosts eleven Barco LED screens, eight of which are 15'x26' and on movable tracks. Victory Media Network, a 16 hour/day fine art gallery, will be launched at the beginning of November, and we have recently begun accepting digital art submissions of all kinds." [more info (PDF)]
 
     
 
   
 
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Comment posted by Gary Hayes
June 15, 2006 @ 11:18 am
     
 
Hi Tony

Worth adding the Joint International Conference on CyberGames and Interactive Entertainment 2006 in Perth in Dec, yes Perth again. The deadline is extended until June 30. Papers in all advanced media subjects called for.

http://www.cgie2006.murdoch.edu.au/submission.html
 
     
 
     
   
 
Comment posted by Tony Walsh
June 15, 2006 @ 11:22 am
     
 
Excellent, thanks for the addition :)
 
     
 
     
   
 
 
     
 
     
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