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Free Stanford Classes! Online with Venture Lab

Free Stanford Classes! Online with Venture Lab | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it
Venture Lab is one of the primary platforms used by Stanford University to offer free online classes. Sign up to take free online courses in entrepreneurship, creativity, education and finance for free!
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The Work Cycle | Spur, San Francisco

The Work Cycle | Spur, San Francisco | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it
The Work Cycle is an on-going web-based celebration of the Work Cyclist and their Work Cycles.
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Platform: A Full Day at City Hall – CONTENT

Platform: A Full Day at City Hall – CONTENT | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

This is what Kerry Adams-Hapner, Director of City of San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs, wanted everyone to know at the convening on creative placemaking at City Hall last Friday. The event, titled Platform: Building Networks to Catalyze Creative Urban Culture, brought together artists and arts-rooted businesses to talk more about creative urban culture and placemaking.

 

Creative placemaking, according to Ann Markusen and Anne Gadwa, “animates public and private spaces, rejuvenates structures and streetscapes, improves local business viability and public safety, and brings diverse people together to celebrate, inspire and be inspired.” Markusen and Gadwa authored a white paper for the National Endowment for the Arts on creative placemaking, which cited San Jose’s Zero1 Biennial as a successful case of creative placemaking.

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Museum 2.0: Introducing Loyalty Lab

Museum 2.0: Introducing Loyalty Lab | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

From Museum 2.0 

 

Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz, CA

 

With the support of the National Arts Strategies Chief Executive Program and the Institute for Museum and Library Services, we're starting a new project called Loyalty Lab to change that. In the Loyalty Lab, we will develop a series of low-tech, low-cost strategies and systems for small institutions to track, celebrate, and act on personal interactions with visitors. I'm not talking about RFID chips for every visitor or a Nike+ system to track their every move. I'm talking about human-scale, simple, delightful ways to acknowledge people's involvement and encourage them to go deeper. It could be loyalty cards. It could be charm bracelets. It could be free hugs. We want to be as creative as possible in exploring the options.

 

Our goals are to:

 

Measure and increase membership acquisition and renewal

 

Measure and encourage repeat visitation

Increase participant perception of the MAH as a friendly place with

high community value

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WHY THE MOCA LA DISPUTE MATTERS TO ALL OF US

WHY THE MOCA LA DISPUTE MATTERS TO ALL OF US | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

From ED Ken Foster, YBCA
 

In the last few weeks, the LA Times, the NY Times and every visual arts and museum blog in America has been hashing and rehashing the situation at LA MOCA and the recent resignation/firing of Chief Curator Paul Schimmel. I've been following this story with great interest, not least because it encapsulates so much that is good, bad and complicated about running a nonprofit arts organization - of any sort - in today's world. Without going into the details, which are readily available to you on Culture Monster and any number of other arts blogs and/or web sites, let me make an observation.

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A Peek Behind Silicon Valley's Digital Veil | SPUR - San Francisco Planning + Urban Research Association

A Peek Behind Silicon Valley's Digital Veil | SPUR - San Francisco Planning + Urban Research Association | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

Opening party: Wednesday, September 19 at 6:00 p.m.

The initial thought that often comes to mind upon hearing the word “Silicon Valley” is that of tech booms and electronic empires. However, Silicon Valley offers a depth beyond this that is frequently unseen. In partnership with San Jose’s ZERO1: The Art & Technology Network, SPUR and Hipstamatic invites you to go behind the digital veil with some of the Bay Area’s most skilled photographers as they present their personal interpretation of the theme of the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial, "Seeking Silicon Valley", a proposal that contemporary art practices can re-imagine the idea, the place and the experience of Silicon Valley. Sponsored by Hipstamatic.

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Residency for artists at CERN 2012 - Arte elettronica incontra la scienza

Residency for artists at CERN 2012 - Arte elettronica incontra la scienza | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it
Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN Residency Award 2012. Arte elettronica incontra la scienza!
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Prospectives.12 - An International Digital Arts Festival at the University of Nevada, Reno

Prospectives '12 International Festival of Digital Art
http://www.unr.edu/art/prospectives12.html


October 18th - 19th, 2012


University of Nevada, Reno!

 

"The edgiest little media festival in the world!"
-Joseph DeLappe, Director , Prospectives '12

Prospectives '12 International Festival of Digital Art highlights the work of graduate and Phd candidates working across all disciplines utilizing experimental digital media in their creative endeavors.

 

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Summer Exhibit: Surface Tension | eyebeam.org

Summer Exhibit: Surface Tension | eyebeam.org | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

Summer Exhibit: Surface Tension


Start Date: 30 May 2012 - 11 Aug 2012

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12PM-6PM, Opening, June 1, 6PM-8PM
Cost: Free
Venue: Eyebeam

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Montalvo Arts Center | Rock the Garden: Sculpture on the Grounds Opening Celebration

Montalvo Arts Center | Rock the Garden: Sculpture on the Grounds Opening Celebration | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

ZERO1 Alumni Robin Lasser and Adrienne Pao will be exhibiting the fabulous new tent dress at Montalvo Arts Center on July 20th.

 

Also Geo Homsy will showcase Organograph, the winner of the San Jose Climate Clock Initiative. He will activate and discuss the sculpture during the evening.

 

This multidisciplinary event will feature newly-commissioned installations and works on loan, a spectacular projection on the historic Villa by Spanish artist Daniel Canogar, live performance, and music and dancing on the Great Lawn!

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The Art of Tech: Zero1 Festival App to Capture the Crowd

The Art of Tech: Zero1 Festival App to Capture the Crowd | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it
By Michael DeLong, Managing Editor Nonprofit arts organization Zero1 needed a way to help people make sense of its biennial, Seeking Silicon Valley, scheduled for September 2012.
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Emergence Recap: Collaborations in Situ

Emergence Recap: Collaborations in Situ | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it
By Leora Lutz Talk is, in fact, not “cheap” as they say: it gets ideas going. When the mission statement loses its voice that is the time to start walking again – to walk the walk.
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Liquid Brand Exchange » MagiaLiquid is included in 2011 I.D. Annual Design Review!

Liquid Brand Exchange » MagiaLiquid is included in 2011 I.D. Annual Design Review! | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

We are happy to announce that the exhibition for the 4th Biennial of Chilean Design, designed by MagiaLiquid, was included in the 2011 I.D. Annual Design Review. This is a very significant award and we're thrilled that the judges chose to recognize it in a field of entries that included amazing projects from agencies representing countries from all over the world.

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FastForward 2012 Speaker: David Gallo | International Digital Media and Arts Association

FastForward 2012 Speaker: David Gallo | International Digital Media and Arts Association | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

As an organization focused on collegial collaboration—celebrating the best practices within educational institutions and private enterprise, we believe that FastForward 2012 will be the most stimulating and productive gathering we have hosted as we look ahead to the future of media, culture and arts education. In looking toward the trends and issues of the next ten years as a starting point, we are very pleased to announce David Gallo, Director of Special Projects, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, will be one of our keynote speakers at FastForward 2012 in Miami.


David Gallo is Director of Special Projects at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He received Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in geology from the State University of New York at Albany and a Doctorate degree in oceanography from the University of Rhode Island. In 1987 he joined Robert Ballard’s team at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution as Assistant Director of the Center for Marine Exploration.


For the past 25 years David has been at the forefront of ocean exploration. He has participated in expeditions to each of the world’s oceans and was one of the first scientists to use a combination of robots and submarines to create detailed maps of deep-sea mountain ranges. Most recently he was co-expedition leader on a mapping mission to RMS Titanic and co-leader of the successful search for the missing aircraft, Air France 447.


David is passionate about exploring planet earth and about the relationship between humanity and the sea. He has lectured extensively nationally and internationally to audiences ranging from K to CEO including 10 TED and TEDx presentations. In addition he has participated in numerous documentaries and news programs including CNN’s Larry King Live, Bloomberg TV, and the PBS program Need to Know. He was recently featured in the History Channel television series, Underwater Universe.

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AROMAPOETRY by Edwardo Kac

AROMAPOETRY by Edwardo Kac | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

Now on exhibit at the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial.

 

Aromapoetry is a new kind of poetry in which the compositional unit (the poem) is made up of smells. The poet "writes" the smells by conceiving the poem as an olfactory experience and then employing multiple chemical procedures to achieve his poetic goals. It goes without saying that, as in any kind of poetry, the reader is an active participant that interprets and thus ascribes his or her own meanings to the poem beyond the writer's original motivations.

 

In my book Aromapoetry, the first book ever written exclusively with smells, readers find twelve aromapoems that range widely in their material structure and semantic resonance. While I composed some of my aromapoems with only one or two molecules, most of them are composed of dozens of molecules each. In some cases, a single poem has distinct olfactory zones on the page—each comprised of dozens of molecules each. In other words, the level of molecular intricacy of the works in Aromapoetry varies from the very simple to the extremely complex.

 

I composed the twelve poems in Aromapoetry so as to provide the reader with a broad field of aromatic experiences. The titles simultaneously delineate and open up the semantic sphere of each work. Each poem is a distinct and self-contained composition. At the same time, the book has a dynamic internal rhythm produced through the alternation of different or contrasting smells.

 

Every poem in the book Aromapoetry employs nanotechnology by binding an extremely thin layer of porous glass (200 nanometers thick) to every page, trapping the odorants (i.e. the volatile molecules) and releasing them very slowly. Without this nanotechnology, the fragrances would quickly dissipate and the smells would no longer be experienced after a few days. To ensure even greater longevity, a set of small bottles is integrated into the book, allowing the reader to recharge every individual page. With an eye to the distant future, the book’s summary presents key molecules used in the production of each poem.

 

Aromapoetry is a book to be read with the nose.

Eduardo Kac

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ar-lab: arte y tecnología

ar-lab: arte y tecnología | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

Art Lab in Mexico

 

Los visitantes del sitio www.arlab.gob.mx encontrarán "podcasts", tutoriales y foros, en los que diferentes artistas invitados, desde los más jóvenes, hasta los que cuentan con una gran trayectoria, muestran a través de un formato digital, cómo los adolescentes pueden realizar un proceso creativo por sí solo

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Platform: Building Networks to Catalyze Creative Urban Culture

Platform: Building Networks to Catalyze Creative Urban Culture | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

Platform: Building Networks to Catalyze Creative Urban Culture
Friday, September 14, 2012 10:30 am – 6:00 pm


San Jose City Hall, 200 E. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, CA 95113

The City of San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs invites you to attend a two-part convening aimed at:


Building support for creative entrepreneurs and arts-rooted businesses by providing opportunities for networking and knowledge exchange, and


Providing a forum for participants to learn and engage in dialogue about creative placemaking.

 

Who should attend

Artists of all disciplines, civic leaders, creative entrepreneurs, arts-rooted businesses, grantmakers, urbanists, local arts agencies and arts organizations. There is no fee for this event, and you are welcome to register for either or both sessions.


Platform A: Creative Entrepreneur Forum & Resource Fair 10:30 am -1:30 pm
Platform B: Creative Placemaking Forum 1:30 pm -6:00 pm

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SEAD: White Papers

Draft White Papers for comment Final White Papers Below are the abstracts for white papers that authors are now developing ‘HOW TO ENABLE SCIENCE/ENGINEERING TO ARTS & HUMANITIES’ OR CONVERSELY...
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Tomorrow! Physio/Logical at Million Fishes Gallery

Tomorrow! Physio/Logical at Million Fishes Gallery | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

Physio/Logical


SATURDAY AUGUST 4, 2012


Opening Reception 6-10:30pm in the Million Fishes Gallery

In the Bay Area we are part of a culture of technological use and development that is driving subtle and ever deeper integration of computation into everyday life. As we do so, we are colonizing virtual reality, shaping its bits into our own likenesses. It in turn shapes us by altering our ways of thinking, our processes for doing, for creating art: our own “virtual” creations remake us in their likeness. An infinite recursion of increasing velocity has emerged between us and our once-virtual creations.

 

Physio/Logical presents artworks that engage with and examine the dissolution of notional boundaries between virtuality and reality: software finding physical manifestation, hardware (in the broadest sense of non-digital media and even human bodies) being subsumed by code, and artistic processes being refactored as algorithms.

Artists:

Nicole Aptekar, Mary Franck, Gray & Justin Warren, Ian Smith-Heisters, Benjamin Jarrett and Mateo Lugo, KADET, Conner Lacy, Erin Malley, Marius Watz, and Michael Zbyszyński.

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An evening of BioArt by Leonardo ISAST

When: July 31st at 7pm
Where: University of San Francisco - Fromm Hall - Maier Room 110
Free and open to the public

 

Oron Catts, Director of SymbioticA at the University of Western Australia, a center of excellence in Biological Arts, will be passing by San Francisco, and we invited him to give a presentation of Symbiotica, an artistic laboratory dedicated to the research, learning and critique of life sciences.


SymbioticA, established in 2000 by cell biologist Professor Miranda Grounds, neuroscientist Professor Stuart Bunt and artist Oron Catts, was the first research laboratory of its kind, enabling artists to engage in "wet biology", with access to scientific laboratories and staff in a university biological science department.

 

Oron's presentation will be followed by a panel on BioArt with Chemistry and art specialist Tami Spector (USF), Art historian and artist Meredith Tromble (San Francisco Art Institute), Bioartist Phil Ross, Cultural historian Piero Scaruffi (www.scaruffi.com), Plant scientist Anna Davidson (UC Davis).

 

Oron Catts is an artist, researcher and curator whose work with the Tissue Culture and Art Project (which he founded in 1996 with Ionat Zurr) is part of the NY MoMA design collection and has been exhibited and presented internationally. In 2000 he co-founded SymbioticA, an artistic research laboratory housed within the School of Anatomy and Human Biology, The University of Western Australia. Under Oron's leadership, SymbioticA has gone on to win the Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica in Hybrid Art (2007) and became a Centre for Excellence in 2008. In 2009 Oron was recognised by Thames & Hudson's "60 Innovators Shaping our Creative Future" book in the category "Beyond Design", and by Icon Magazine (UK) as one of the top 20 Designers, "making the future and transforming the way we work". More about Oron Catts:

 

http://www.symbiotica.uwa.edu.au/residents/catts

 

 

The panelists (in no particular order):
* Meredith Tromble is an artist and writer who teaches at the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies specializing in the intersection of art, science and technology. In addition to fifteen years of broadcasting, she has authored hundreds of interviews, essays and commentaries, and she was a founding editor of Art Contemporaries.

http://meredithtromble.net

* Tami Spector is a Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of San Francisco and serves on the Board of Leonardo the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. She has written on the intersections of chemistry and art as well as nanoscience and art. http://www.usfca.edu/facultydetails.aspx?id=4294969795
* Phil Ross is a practicing bioartist whose living artworks are grown into being over the course of several years, integrating traditional manufacturing techniques with practices and technologies from disparate fields. His recent work includes the growing of a building composed of living fungus. http://philross.org/
* Anna Davidson is a Ph.D. Candidate in the department of Plant Sciences at UC Davis studying plant ecophysiology. She teaches found object and sculpture for the Art Science Fusion program at UC Davis. She is also an active bioartist, currently working on sculptures using fungus.
* Piero Scaruffi is a cultural historian, blogger, poet and cognitive scientist who has published several books on music, science and history. He organizes the Leonardo Art Science Evenings (LASERs) at USF and Stanford, and the SMMMASH at Stanford (Stanford Multidisciplinary Multimedia Meetings of the Arts, Sciences and Humanities) http://www.scaruffi.com

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» What could take the internet down? - Blog of the Long Now

» What could take the internet down? - Blog of the Long Now | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

In April 02010, Dr. David Eagleman addressed the Seminars About Long-term Thinking with a lecture called “Six Steps to Avert the Collapse of Civilization.”

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Leonardo Electronic Almanac / Volume 5, No. 10 / October 1997

Leonardo Electronic Almanac / Volume 5, No. 10 / October 1997 | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it
UC Berkeley, Department of Art Practice – Assistant Professor in New Genres ANNOUNCEMENTS Seventh Annual Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival Leonardo Music Journal, Vol. 8 (1998) – Theme: "Ghosts and ...
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Call for Exhibitors | BayAreaScience.org

Call for Exhibitors | BayAreaScience.org | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it

Call for Exhibitors
We are now accepting entries for the second Bay Area Science Festival. Over 200 science, technology, and engineering organizations from across the Bay Area will present the fun and excitement of science through hands-on, interactive exhibits, science-themed performances and demonstrations, and family-oriented entertainment. We will be offering two Discovery Days events (10/27 at Sonoma County Fairgrounds and Festival Finale 11/3 at AT&T Park), each with opportunities for exhibitors and performers.

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Web, Vector Of Creativity Meetup

Web, Vector Of Creativity Meetup | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it
Networking and art event hosted by Artilinki & Talenthouse on Thursday, July 12, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PT).
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Rhizome | Announce: Present: A symposium of presentations, papers and panels by current graduate and Phd candidates! - Prospectives '12 International Festival of Digital Art

Rhizome | Announce: Present: A symposium of presentations, papers and panels by current graduate and Phd candidates! - Prospectives '12 International Festival of Digital Art | Art, Technology, Innovation | Scoop.it
Rhizome is dedicated to the creation, presentation, preservation, and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology.
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