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ATE Massaging Media Conference - Nov 23 - Boston

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  • Robin Hamman
    From: r. streitmatter-tran Subject: RHIZOME_RARE: ATE Massaging Media Conference Send reply to: r.
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      Subject: RHIZOME_RARE: ATE Massaging Media Conference
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      http://www.massagingmedia.com

      ATE Conference: Massaging>Media
      November 23, 2002
      a week before US thanksgiving!
      .........................................

      The ATE conference (art, technology, experience) is a one-day event
      presented by
      the Dynamic Media Institute at MassArt and AIGA Boston. It is a forum of

      artists/practitioners (filmmakers, performers, dancers, musicians,
      designers, writers,
      and illustrators) as well as theorists in culture, education,
      architecture, and
      philosophy.

      The ATE conference is a collaboration, a dialog, a discourse, a lecture,
      a
      performance, a multi-disciplinary experiment, a multi-sensory experience
      and, for all
      of us, " ... a process of subliminally sniffing out environmental
      change." (Marshall
      McLuhan)

      The ATE conference explores where we are, and what we EAT as a culture
      with
      regard to new media. It will be about ideas. No shameless self-promotion
      is allowed.
      You will feel that you ATE plenty.

      ..........................................


      Massachusetts College of Art
      Tower Auditorium
      621 Huntington Avenue
      Boston, Massachusetts 02115

      Saturday, November 23, 2002
      9:00am - 5:00pm

      ..........................................
      Participants

      Henry Jenkins, Director of the Comparative Media Studies Program at MIT.
      Cultural
      Theorist in new media

      Chee Pearlman, Design / Editorial Consultant. Columnist for the New York
      Times
      and former Editor of ID Magazine

      Mitchell Resnick, Director of Lifelong Kindergarten research group at
      the Media Lab
      at MIT and developer of StarLogo environment and Lego MindStorms

      Nancy Bauer, Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University,
      teachesphilosophy with
      film and feminist philosophy

      Krzysztof Wodiczko, Director of Visual Arts Program at MIT, heads The
      Interrogative Design Group at MIT

      Sandy Stone, Founding Director of ACTLab / Convergent Media program of
      the
      University of Texas. Filmmaker, rock 'n roll music engineer,
      neurologist, cultural
      theorist and performer

      Maira Kalman, CEO, VP and Secretary, M&Co. Illustrator and Author of:
      Unfashion:
      A Designer's Strip Tease. Co-Illustrator of the New Yorker's "New
      Yorkistan" cover

      Rick Meyerowitz, Illustrator for the National Lampoon, numerous
      magazines and
      books, and co-illustrator of the New Yorker's "New Yorkistan" cover

      Jeffrey Huang + Muriel Waldvogel, Partners, Convergeo. Designers of new
      architectures and media that combine physical and virtual technologies

      Glorianna Davenport, Principal Research Associate Director of
      Interactive Cinema,
      MIT. Pioneer in new methods of digital media: "Evolving Documentary"
      "Very
      Distributed Storytelling"

      Aisling Kelliher, PhD candidate, Interactive Cinema at MIT (Media Lab).
      Developing
      software for video publishing online

      Teresa Marrin Nakra, Artistic Director of Immersion Music, Inc.,
      conductor,
      composer, and inventor of the "Digital Baton" and other digital
      technologies for
      musicians

      Joanna Kurkowicz, Violinist, Concertmistress of the Boston Philharmonic,
      the
      Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and the Vermont Symphony

      Sangita Shresthova, Dancer/Choreographer. Trained in Kathmandu, her
      performances incorporate visual projections and sound into Nepalese
      dance
      movements

      .........................................
      Hosts:

      Jan Kubasiewicz,
      Professor and Coordinator of Graduate Design Program
      Dynamic Media Institute at MassArt

      Judith Richland,
      President, Richland Design Associates Former President of AIGA Boston
      .........................................

      Conference Format:

      9:00-10:00 Coffee/knowledge transfer*
      10:00-10:10 Introduction
      10:10-10:40 Lecture
      10:40-11:10 Performance
      11:10-11:20 Break
      11:20-11:50 Lecture
      11:50 -12:20 Performance
      12:20-1:30 Lunch/knowledge transfer*
      1:30-2:00 Lecture
      2:00-2:30 Performance
      2:30-2:40 Break
      2:40-3:10 Lecture
      3:10-3:40 Performance
      3:40-5:00 Soft drinks/knowledge transfer*

      *schmooze
      .........................................
      Fees
      .........................................
      Register before 11/15 ($135)
      Register after 11/15 ($150)
      AIGA member register before 11/15 ($100)
      AIGA member register after 11/15 ($115)
      MassArt Student register before 11/15 (FREE)
      MassArt Student register after 11/15 ($15)

      Seats are limited!
      .........................................
      Registration
      .........................................
      Register Online

      To register online please visit:
      http://www.massagingmedia.com/register
      .........................................

      Register by mail

      Name:
      Address:
      Email:
      Telephone:

      Mail your nonrefundable check to:
      AIGA Boston/ATE Conference,
      17 Station Street, 1st floor
      Brookline, MA 02445.

      Please make your check payable to: AIGA Boston/ATE Conference
      All checks for reserved seats must be received by November 18, 2002.
      Your cancelled check is your receipt.

      This event is being sponsored by GMUND Paper, North America and Hewlett
      Packard.
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