[LINK] Fwd: [aliaINFSPEC] OZeculture conference July 2003 CFP
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> Subject: [aliaINFSPEC] OZeculture conference July 2003 CFP
> OZeCulture 2003: culture with byte!
> Call for Papers
> The third annual OZeCulture conference of culture, new media and
> ebusiness, OZeCulture 2003: culture with byte!, will take place in
> Brisbane at the Brisbane Powerhouse from 29 - 31 July 2003.
> It will feature Australian and international speakers on a broad range
> of topics related to the creation of art using digital media and to the
> use of digital media and the Internet to promote and distribute
> products and services.
> Increasingly the use of digital media and web-based technology in the
> cultural sector is becoming more sophisticated. To help the sector
> address these issues, in addition to the broad theme outlined above,
> 2003 conference will focus on:
> * the uses of digital media and the Internet for cultural purposes in
> regional and rural areas;
> * expanding and developing new audiences and markets, both
> and domestic, for Australian cultural content through digital media and
> the Internet; and
> * the relationship between cultural organisations and artists producing
> digital content and using the Internet and the 'creative digital
> industries', such as interactive multimedia, digital film and
> production and post-production, digital video arts production, computer
> and online games, design and advertising and educational content
> There will be an associated trade fair showcasing companies with
> products and services suitable for cultural organisations working with
> the web or digital media.
> The conference will provide many opportunities - structured, informal
> and social - to hear about the latest experiences of use of the web by
> cultural organisations and artists and to meet and discuss developments
> with colleagues working in this exciting and crucial area.
> This is a conference not to be missed by cultural organisations,
> artists, information technology companies, government agencies and
> education bodies.
> Call for papers/presentations
> The Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts
> pleased to invite submissions of papers covering all aspects of the use
> of digital media and the Internet to produce, promote and distribute
> cultural products and services.
> The closing date is Friday 14 March 2003. We will endeavour to notify
> authors as to whether their abstract has been accepted or not by Friday
> 4 April 2003.
> Please submit a 100 word abstract of the paper, with a brief resume (no
> more than two A4 pages) and the names and contact details of two people
> who are familiar with your project/work. Enquiries and submissions
> should be emailed to: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
> Please note that, while there may be some longer presentations (up to
> minutes in duration), the emphasis will be on shorter presentations (up
> to 20 minutes) and panel discussions. The conference will be quite
> in subject matter.
> Presentations may include artists or arts organisations presenting
> examples of their work utilising digital media or the Internet.
> Potential speakers should note that the Department of Communications,
> Information Technology and the Arts will require that they sign a
> licence agreement allowing the Department to publish in full speaker's
> presentations on the conference website and in the conference
> proceedings. Please visit our website at http://www.ozeculture.com for
> more information and details of previous conferences.
> Forwarded on behalf of John Murray, DCITA by
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