October 15, 2008
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Introducing the Leonardo Network Newsletter
We are pleased to introduce the new bi-weekly email newsletter of the Leonardo Network. This free newsletter is designed to keep you informed about all the projects, publications, events and activities of the Leonardo Network, all in a compact newsletter sent to you via email twice monthly. The "FIND OUT MORE" links at the end of each news segment will direct you to the Leonardo website for more details. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us: email@example.com.
Next LASER: November 10, 2008
Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) is a bimonthly series of lectures and presentations on art, science and technology organized by Piero Scaruffi on behalf of Leonardo/ISAST. Join us for another exciting LASER with presentations by Frank Pietronigro ("Humanities and Culture in Space"); Hassan Elahi ("Tracking Transience: The Orwell Project"), Nomi Talisman ("Cultural Objects and their Relationship to Everyday Life") and Sam Bower ("Rebuilding a Sustainable Culture"). FIND OUT MORE
The Leonardo Space and the Arts Working Group
The Leonardo Space Art Project (sponsored by Leonardo/Olats) aims to make visible the work of artists, writers, composers and others interested in the exploration of outer space and aims to help establish contact between artists, scientists and engineers interested in working together on space art projects. To keep up to date with the Space and the Arts Working Group sign up on the new mailing list. FIND OUT MORE
Leonardo Abstracts Service (LABS)
The Leonardo Abstracts Service (LABS) is a developing comprehensive database of thesis abstracts (Ph.D., Masters and MFA) in the emerging intersection between art, science and technology. Leonardo/ISAST is pleased to announce the top-rated authors of abstracts published in the English-language database during the first half of 2008. The top-rated abstracts were written by Jack Stenner, Martha Blassnigg, Nicholas A. Knouf, Newton Armstrong, Nicholas Mark Collins, Gayil Nalls and Anne Nighton. FIND OUT MORE
Call for Papers: Re-imagining the Moon: Leonardo Journal seeks articles from a variety of disciplines exploring various social and cultural aspects related to the moon as well as those that engage with the relation between the moon and the artistic and scientific imagination. FIND OUT MORE
Leonardo Reviews is the work of an international panel of scholars and professionals invited from a wide range of disciplines to review books, exhibitions, CD-ROMs, Web sites, and conferences. New reviews are now available online by Jonathan Zilberg, Birgitte Aga, Boris Jardine, Amy Ione, Kathryn Adams, Chris Speed, Jan Baetens, Allan Graubard, Michael R. Mosher, John Barber and Rob Harle. FIND OUT MORE
SFSU International Center for the Arts Joins Leonardo Affiliate Membership Program
The International Center for the Arts of San Francisco State University is the newest member of Leonardo's Affiliate Membership Program (previously, the Leonardo Organizational Membership Program). The International Center for the Arts is a creative, research and producing organization that operates within the College of Creative Arts at San Francisco State University. Founded in 2005 with a generous grant from SF State Alumni George and Judy Marcus, the ICA is focused on the future of the arts with an emphasis on providing incubator experiences for gifted artists in the performing, media, and visual arts and through interdisciplinary projects that link the arts to their creative counterparts in the humanities, sciences, education and social sciences. FIND OUT MORE
Opportunities for Community Members
Throughout the year we will post a range of opportunities at the intersection of the arts, sciences and technology, including faculty positions, exhibition opportunities and more. FIND OUT MORE