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Next LASER: 11 July 2011, San Francisco, CA

Attention San Francisco Bay Area readers! Join us for the next Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER), 11 July 2011, at the University of San Francisco. Feature presentations include "Exploring University Valley in Antarctica" by Margarita Marinova; "Boutique for Robots" by Jack Eric Grossman, Anisha Jain, Laura Martini and James Thompson; "Why and How to Transition from Wet-Ware to Substrate-Independent Minds" by Randal Koene and "Baggage Allowance" by Pamela Z. Find out more


Leonardo 44:3 Now Available!

Inside Leonardo 44:3: Radio monuments: Forsaking the perfect pixels of modern memory, Sarah Kanouse's transient transmissions capture the fragile history of social conflicts. Investing in art: Christophe Schinckus recounts making artwork out of the fantasies of financial theory. How to break a rule: From programming duels to passing note cards around an audience, Nick Collins takes us around the world of live coding. Cures for virtual indigestion: As countless narratives bloom, Neil C.M. Brown and his co-authors shear a path toward a theory of interactive art. Find out more

Call for Leonardo Abstract Submissions (LABS)

Sponsored by Leonardo/ISAST, the Leonardo Abstract Services (LABS) is an on-line database of MA and PhD thesis abstracts that reflect the intersection of art, science and technology. Scholars and artists who have just received an advanced degree are encouraged to share the results of their research via their abstracts so that people in the field can learn about their work and also see what the next generation of artists and scholars is thinking about. Find out more


The Arizona State University Art Museum Joins Affiliate Membership Program

We are pleased to annouce that the The Arizona State University Art Museum has joined the Leonardo Affiliate Membership program. The Arizona State University Art Museum in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts is a center for learning, innovation and creative research that brings national and international art and artists to the Phoenix, AZ area while also supporting local artists and their work. Find out more