[Air-l] MelbourneDAC registrations

Adrian Miles adrian.miles at uib.no
Mon Apr 14 16:55:50 PDT 2003


apologies for the cross postings that inevitably occur,

This is a reminder that registrations for the 2003 Melbourne Digital 
Arts and Culture (melbourneDAC) conference closed on April 11th. 
Quite a few people have been in touch about extending the 
registration date, while they await the outcome of funding 
applications and the like. We are more than happy to accommodate 
these problems, so if you wish to still register please get in touch!

This is the 5th International Digital Arts and Culture conference to 
be held, and the first to be held outside of North America and Norway.

Digital Arts and Culture (DAC) is an international conference series 
initiated in 1998 by Espen Aarseth, of the University of Bergen. It's 
intention is to bring together the best new researchers and artists 
working in the fields of new media, games, and interactive hypermedia 
to share ideas, problems, and debates.

This year's event continues this with an exhibition of digital 
artworks and four days of conference activities designed to foster 
debate and dialogue around significant new themes in new media 
culture and practice.

A conference announcement list is available at:

A list of presenters is available at:

Registration information is available at:

Adrian Miles
conference chair

MelbourneDAC acknowledges the financial assistance of RMIT 
University, the Australian Film Commission, and the partnership 
support of Experimedia, State Library of Victoria, the Australian 
Centre for the Moving Image, and InterMedia, University of Bergen.


+  MelbourneDAC2003 digital arts and culture conference 
+  interactive desktop video developer  [http://hypertext.rmit.edu.au/vog/]
+  hypertext rmit [http://hypertext.rmit.edu.au]
+ InterMedia:UiB. university of bergen [http://www.intermedia.uib.no]

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