Leonardo Electronic Almanac Educators Initiative
- For Immediate Release
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The Leonardo Electronic Almanac (ISSN #1071-4391) is pleased to
announce that is creating an abstracts index listing of Masters and
PhD theses in the art/science/technology field. Students interested
in contributing should contact leo@.... LEA maintains a
discussion list open only to faculty in the field. Faculty wishing to
join this list should also contact leo@....
Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) is Leonardo/ISAST and MIT
Press' electronic journal dedicated to providing a forum for
those who are interested in the realm of where art, science, and
technology converge. This peer-reviewed e-journal includes Texts;
Artists using new media; Feature Articles comprised of
theoretical and technical perspectives; the LEA Gallery
exhibiting new media artwork by international artists; detailed
information about new publications in various media; Leonardo
Digital Reviews of publications, events, and exhibitions.
Recent selections include work by Mark Amerika, Linda Carroli,
Choy Kok Kee, Nina Czegledy, Oliver Grau, Teri Hoskin, Patrick
Lambelet, Fatima Lasay, Geert Lovink, William Magee, Robert C.
Morgan, Caleb Stuart, Alan Wallace
Job Opportunities submitted to LEA are posted in fineArt forum
(the Internet's longest running arts publication), through a
recent strategic alliance. The Leonardo Bibliographies project
provides reading lists on emerging and key topics in the field.
The Leonardo Pathbreakers and Pioneers Art History Project
provides key primary information for art historians. The LEA
Archive provides comprehensive resource and documentation
information. Access to the password-protected archive is provided
with your LEA subscription.
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