early announcement of 2015 Brown Sympsosium at Southwestern Univ
We’re counting down to Digital Frontiers Conference and THATCamp 2014, September 18-20 at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas. Our keynote speakers this year are Miriam Posner from UCLA’s Digital Humanities program, and Dorothea Salo from the School of Library and Information Studies at University of Wisconsin – Madison, who are joined by 36 speakers representing 19 institutions from 11 states.
Registration closes September 13. Fees range from $40 to $125, with those who register at higher levels receiving perks such as travel mugs, locally roasted coffee and VIP tours of TWU’s special collections and archives with a luncheon catered by Queenie’s Steakhouse in Denton, owned by celebrity chef Tim Love. Register here!
For more information about the Conference and THATCamp, visit http://digital-frontiers.org/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @DigiFront on Twitter, and join the Facebook Group for information and conversation.
Please share this is announcement with anyone you believe would be interested in the conference (humanities scholars, students, librarians, historians, etc.)
We look forward to seeing you here in Denton!
Spencer D. C. Keralis
Research Associate Professor
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Texas A&M University
Submissions due: August 1, 2014. Click here for submission form
Performance: September or October 2015 (the following school year). Watch http://freshminds.tamu.edu for the finalized date.
Texas A&M University invites fixed media works of visual music or other non-narrative fine art animation, video, or film in which the sound/music and visuals play equally important roles in the work, for a presentation on the Texas A&M University campus called the Fresh Minds Festival. The event will be mass curated by hundreds of TAMU students learning the elements of visual and musical design with the goal of presenting a program of works that are engaging and rewarding to curious newcomer audiences. This is an event filling the gap between “for experts only” and “people’s choice” type events. Each year, several hundred students co-curate the festival. Each year’s evaluation cycle is launched with the screening of the previous year’s finalists.
A faculty panel will use the students’ evaluations of submitted works to shape a program. Creators of selected works are encouraged but not required to attend the event. Multiple entries will be accepted. There is no entry fee.
Due to the large number of students participating in the selection process, works will reviewed in stereo on student-owned equipment, delivered via internet links for evaluation. Works selected for the event will be presented in full quality in surround sound, spatialized live by TAMU students.
Submissions due August 1, 2014. Finalists will be notified by June 1, 2015 (the evaluation period includes the fall and spring semesters to maximize student participation). The concert presentation will be in September 2015 to kick off the next evaluation cycle. Watch http://freshminds.tamu.edu for the finalized date.
Eligibility: All artists are encouraged to submit work, including professionals and students, except for artists currently employed or enrolled at TAMU, works created while employed or enrolled at TAMU, or works screened in previous Fresh Minds events. Resubmissions of works that were submitted but were not accepted in previous years are encouraged.
Duration: 4–12 minutes
Prizes and funding for visiting artist travel: TBA
Online submissions. Complete the form linked below to submit a URL to your video work accessible via the world wide web. You must fully own or have explicit permission to use all materials (sounds, images, text, etc.) in the work you submit in order for your work to be considered. Content deemed inappropriate for this venue will be declined. The video player at the URL you provide must be immediately visible at this link, without requiring logins or searching a list of videos. We recommend that you use a standardized video site like YouTube or Vimeo. You may make your video “unlisted” or protect it with a passcode if desired. Avoid less common formats, as technical issues may impede our curators’ ability to evaluate your submission. If your work is selected for performance, you must deliver a full quality video file by August 1, 2015.
Direct inquiries to: email@example.com
Digital Frontiers 2014 – an annual Conference and THATCamp for the makers and users of digital resources for the humanities – is September 18-20 at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas. Registration is now open at http://digital-frontiers.org/.
We’re excited to welcome Texas Woman’s University Libraries as partners in Digital Frontiers. They’ll be helping us grow the Digital Frontiers community, and providing special access to their digital collections for conference participants.
Our keynote speakers this year are Miriam Posner from UCLA’s Digital Humanities program, and Dorothea Salo from the School of Library and Information Studies at University of Wisconsin – Madison.
We hope to see you in Denton in September!
All the Best,
Spencer D. C. Keralis
Research Associate Professor