Archive for workshop
  • Mar 14th 2011

    AN INVITATION TO ATTEND E-POETRY 2011

    E-POETRY 2011
    International Digital Language | Arts Festival
    TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL
    May 18-21, 2011
    University at Buffalo
    Web registration now available! Specially-priced advance registration offered during March 2011 only!

    If you are interested in the emerging edge of language-informed arts practice, whether as a poet, writer, artist, media innovator, scholar, teacher, performer, or in any other disciplines, E-Poetry offers a context for practice and analysis that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. For its tenth anniversary, E-Poetry has been brought back to Buffalo, a central and accessible location for its activities. It will provide a mix of practices, with the emphasis on emerging practices in multiple disciplines that find themselves embedded or even just on the edge of the digital. It will convene a celebratory (in the triumphant spirit of preceding historic poetry festivals) and thought-filled gathering of 150 artists, writers, and scholars from 40 countries — a diversity and culturally rich offering that won’t be found elsewhere.

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  • Feb 4th 2011

    ARTIST TALK & WORKSHOP featuring Zach Gage


    Open to the Public

    Artist Talk presenting Zach Gage
    When: Monday, February 7 @ 3:30 – 4:30 pm
    Where: CFA 235 (Screening Room)

    Workshop by Zach Gage
    When: Tuesday, February 8 @ 1:00 – 4:40 pm
    Where: CFA 246 (Lab 246)
    The Workshop will feature iPhone and OpenFrameworks

    Please RSVP to Teri Rueb at terirueb@buffalo.edu
    Department of Media Study

    Sponsored by: the Open Air Institute | UB Media Study

  • Oct 31st 2010

    E-POETRY 2011: International Literature, Media Arts & Digital Culture Festival

    May 18-21, 2011
    Location: SUNY Buffalo North Campus & Select Buffalo Locations
    E-Poetry 2011 update:

    Still six months away, E-Poetry 2011 already has 50 participants as of October 31, 2010, from 19 countries! E-Poetry 2011 promises to be an exciting, historic, and truly international festival, hopefully helping to pioneer new paths in its field.

    Registration for the Festival is now available. Please register in advance, if possible, to assure availability and do keep it starred as a beacon of warmth on your spring calendar!

    You can register here: http://epc.buffalo.edu/e-poetry/2011/about.html

  • Sep 3rd 2010

    E-POETRY 2011: An International Digital Literature Festival

    EPoetry

    May 18-21, 2011
    SUNY Buffalo North Campus
    & Select Buffalo Locations

    Returning from venues in London, Paris, and Barcelona, the E-Poetry Festival presents three and a half days of emerging digital poetry, poetics, and new media, drawing from numerous countries, discourses, and modes of practice.

    Please check http://epc.buffalo.edu/e-poetry/2011 for information as it becomes available.

  • May 24th 2010

    LUKE NOONAN & ADAM LISZKIEWICZ selected to participate in Humanities Gaming Institute

    DMS MFA candidates John Luke Noonan and Adam Liszkiewicz have been selected to participate in the Humanities Gaming Institute to be held this summer at the University of South Carolina. More info at humanitiesgaming.sc.edu.

  • Nov 25th 2009

    UPDATE! – LALYA GAYE Lecture + Mobile Phone workshop

    Lalya Gaye’s LECTURE has been moved to Friday, 11:30am in CFA 232.

    The mobile phone workshop will run as scheduled TODAY (Thursday) at 7:00pm in CFA 246.

    Both events will take place in the Center for the Arts, North Campus, UB

    Thursday, December 3, 2009

    Lecture, 11:30am – CFA Room 232:
    Lalya Gaye discusses her work which “explores potentials of ubiquitous computing for everyday life aesthetic activities, and focuses in particular on locative media and mobile music technology”.

    Workshop – 7:00pm – CFA Room 246:
    ***Limited Space — Please RSVP to Erik Conrad at erikconr@buffalo.edu if you are interested in attending***
    This hands-on workshop will demonstrate the creation of media for mobile phones.

    FRIDAY, December 4, 2009
    Lecture, 11:30am – CFA Room 232:
    Lalya Gaye discusses her work which “explores potentials of ubiquitous computing for everyday life aesthetic activities, and focuses in particular on locative media and mobile music technology”.

    Lalya Gaye is an HCI/interaction designer, researcher and teacher, trained in engineering, who works in multidisciplinary projects at the convergence of art, technology and design.

    In her research, she is interested in the relation between people and new technologies, in the context of contemporary culture and society: how to design new technologies that can challenge and inspire people creatively, and what aesthetic activities people come up with when having access to them. This covers a broad range of interests, from mobility and urban space, to aesthetic computer-mediated interactions such as electronic music making or digital photography, to physical interfaces and the integration of technology into everyday environments, artefacts and behaviours, i.e. ubiquitous computing. Her research explores in particular the potentials of mobile and ubiquitous computing for everyday life aesthetic practices and creative behaviours, and builds on mobile music, locative media and physical computing projects. She approaches her
    research question with a combination of user-centred, body-centric and culturally grounded interaction design, of physical prototyping and of user studies in context.

    For more information about Lalya Gaye’s work, please see:
    www.daonk.org/people/lalya/