[Blueboard] LEA Educators Initiative

rlerma at ateneo.edu rlerma at ateneo.edu
Fri Jan 16 10:52:55 PHT 2004


The following is an excerpt of a message sent to the Gallery by Fatima
Lasay, who curated the "Decode" exhibition:  

"I'd like to invite [the Ateneo community] to consider contacting the
Leonardo Electronic Almanac's Educators Initiative. More information
below.

Please help spread this info to your networks, it might be helpful and 
useful that we get more initiatives on digital media art or 
technology-based art being done here known to the international circuit.

You can also sign up for a free subscription to the LEA e-mail digest - a

lot of very useful info there especially for educators."


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LEA Educators Initiative

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 at mitpress.mit.edu. LEA maintains a discussion list open

only to faculty in the field. Faculty wishing to join this list should
also contact leo at mitpress.mit.edu.

Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) is Leonardo/ISAST and MIT Press's 
electronic journal dedicated to providing a forum for those who are 
interested in the realm where art, science and technology converge. This 
peer-reviewed e-journal includes texts by 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; and 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 and
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.

To send thesis information, join the faculty discussion list or for other

queries: leo at mitpress.mit.edu.

To sign up for a free subscription to the LEA e-mail digest: 
http://mitpress.mit.edu/LEA/e-mail.

Access the latest issue: http://mitpress2.mit.edu/e-journals/LEA.


-- 
Ramon E.S. Lerma
Curator
Ateneo Art Gallery
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108
Tel (+632) 426-6001 ext. 4160
DL  (+632) 426-6488
Fax (+632) 426-6088



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