UC Santa Barbara’s Media Arts & Technology Department is awaiting approval of a new Ph.D. program. They hope to get the approval in time to admit its first doctoral class in the Fall of 2005. Contact Curtis Roads with questions: clang at create dot ucsb dot edu.
“The Best of The Iowa Review Web“: 2002/03 features new media work by artists Talan Memmott, Stuart Moulthrop, and Motomichi Nakamura; criticism by Heidi Bean, Matthew Purdy and Anthony Enns; and interviews with Scanner, John Cayley, and Stephanie Strickland.
The January 2004 issue of Ygdrasil, A Journal of the Poetic Arts is now available. This month’s anthology issue includes works by: Jack Wesdorp, Trevor Landers, Lark Beltran, Apryl Fox, Michael Raffaelli, Ben Passikoff, cathy hodsdon, Raghab Nepal, Rochelle Hope Mehr, Michael Levy, Alisdaire O’Caoimph, and Michael Estabrook.
Fax for Peace, Fax for Tolerance is an international competition of faxes, e-mail and internet videos about solidarity among people. These videos are submitted by students and artists from all over the world.
JavaMuseum is pleased to launch I-Islands // Netart from Great Britain and Ireland. Numerous artists are featured.
This month’s TIR Web features Tal Halpern, as well as Judy Malloy’s “Afterwards” and Matthew Purdy’s review of Lisa Gitelman & Geoffrey Pingree’s New Media, 1740-1915.
Visit The New River for Shuen-shing Lee’s “Heart Changes” and Alan Sondheim & Joel Weishaus’s “Cybermidrash.”
Brazilian web artist/teacher Guto NÃ³brega and his students at Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro have created a digital narrative based on the Lewis Carrol story, “Alice in the Wonderland.” The first few chapters are written, and they are inviting all those interested to collaborate. Contact gutonobrega at pobox dot com for more information.
The Fall 2003 issue of Poems that Go is now online. This “Literary Games” theme issue features work by Natalie Bookchin, Jim Andrews, Jason Lewis, Dan Shiovitz, Nick Montfort & Rachel Stevens, as well as an introduction to Literary Games essay by Nick Montfort.
The Iowa Review Web features the work of Brian Kim Stefans and an interview with Stefans by Giselle Beiguelman; Tal Halpern’s Digital Nature: the Case Collection version 2.0 and an interview with Tal Halpern by Patrick F. Walter; new work by Paul A. Toth and Bob Thurber; writings by Nick Moudry, Ilan Stavans, and Lance Olsen; and GÃ¡bor SzantÃ³’s “Letters to King Laios from Oedipus.”