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Leonardo and swissnex San Francisco Present a Special LASER Program for the Bay Area Science Festival

Leonardo/ISAST is pleased to present a special LASER program on 2 November 2011 in collaboration with swissnex San Francisco as part of the first annual Bay Area Science Festival. Feature presentations will include: "Geometric Patterns of Change" by John Edmark, "The Art of Recycling" by Deborah Munk, "Photography without the Camera" by Robert Buelteman, "Longing for the Background" by Therese Lahaie and "QUARC - Quantum Art Connection" by Christian Gonzenbach and Martin Pohl. Find out more

Next LASER: 7 November 2011, San Francisco, CA (USF)

Attention San Francisco Bay Area readers! Join us for the next Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER), 7 November 2011, at The University of San Francisco. Feature presentations include "Down to Earth: Art, Astronomy and Physics" by Jennifer Parker, "The Human-Machine Interface Blues" by Bob Ostertag, "Sleep, Self-Tracking and Art-making" by Laurie Frick and "The Turntable as a Lens" by Walter Kitundu. Find out more


Call for Proposals: The Leonardo Gallery

The editors of Leonardo invite proposals for new, curated gallery sections for publication in the print journal and on the Leonardo On-Line Web Site. The Leonardo gallery section includes an introduction by the gallery curator and up to 7 pages of photographs or illustrations of artworks with a statement written by each artist about their own work. Additional illustrations may be used in the web site gallery. Proposals will be considered on an on-going basis. Find out more

Opportunities and Community Announcements

Ohio State University, Assistant Professor of Media Design

The Ohio State University Department of Theatre and the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD) seeks an educator/scholar/artist practiced in the art of media design for live performance and installations. This faculty member will join an interdisciplinary collaborative in which advanced studio/laboratory facilities are already in place for expanding hands-on teaching and learning in media design for students in performing and visual arts. Find out more

Visualization Department, College of Architecture
Texas A&M University – College Station, TX

Assistant Professor in interactive visualization with emphasis on gaming for education, entertainment and/or simulation. Game production experience desirable. MFA or PhD preferred. Responsibilities: research/creative work (collaborative efforts crossing disciplines), advising, service to department/university/field, teaching game design/ development, interactive graphics, and other courses. Find out more