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Arts | Humanities | Complex Networks
A Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci 2010

Leonardo is pleased to invite you to the Arts | Humanities | Complex Networks satellite symposium taking place at BarabásiLab - Center for Complex Network Research, Northeastern University in Boston, MA, on Monday, May 10, 2010 in conjunction with NetSci 2010. By means of keynotes, contributed talks and interdisciplinary discussion, participants will explore and identify important issues surrounding the convergence of arts, humanities and complex networks. Find out more


Leonardo 43:1 Now Available!

Inside Leonardo 43:1: Escape from the Barcelona model: Jeffrey Swartz finds guerilla artists shuttering their own spaces to take on life in a city turned runaway architectural blueprint. Studies in science/art subversion: Looking for a telerobotic drum circle? A good local, noospheric and computational stochastic deviation detector? Stop by the Leonardo Student Contest Gallery. A jester in the router: Reflections on a networked performance gone wrong--and how different that is from going "right." Ma Bell's accidental innovations: How Lillian Schwartz, Michael Noll and others working under the Bell Labs radar brainstormed early media-tech marvels at best ignored by the corporate giant. Find out more

Leonardo/ISAST Student Art/Science Gallery Now On-line

Leonardo is pleased to present an exhibit of works from the first Leonardo Student Art/Science Contest, including the five winning entries and two honorable mentions. The contest was organized by Piero Scaruffi in conjunction with the Leonardo Day symposium at the University of California at Berkeley New Media Conference ("Berkeley Big Bang 08") at the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive in June 2008. Find out more


The Exploratorium Joins Leonardo Affiliate Membership Program

Leonardo/ISAST is pleased to welcome The Exploratorium as a new Affiliate Member. The Exploratorium was founded in 1969 by noted physicist and educator Dr. Frank Oppenheimer with a mission to nurture curiosity in the world around us. Located in San Francisco and headed by Dr. Dennis M. Bartels, a nationally known science education and policy expert, the Exploratorium is typically perceived as a science museum, though it has extended its philosophy of learning beyond the museum’s doors by sharing its resources nationally and internationally with any who wish to take advantage of, or replicate, this innovative approach to exploring science, art, and human perception. Find out more

Opportunities and Community Announcements

Diatrope Institute On-line Bookstore

The Diatrope Institute has partnered with to create an online bookstore specializing in art, science and technology titles. Our stock includes both new and used items. We will also search for and special order hard-to-find books in the field. Find out more