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Next LASER: September 14, 2009

Attention Bay Area readers! Join us for the next Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER), September 14, 2009 at the University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, for feature presentations by Rachel Beth Egenhoefer (USF) on "Knitting Code," Chris McKay (NASA/AMES) on "This Martian Life," Bonnie DeVarco (artist) on "Imago Mundi - Visioning Earth from MappaeMundi to Cyberspace," and Zann Gill on "What Daedalus told Darwin" Find out more


Prometheus Institute, Galeyev Readings, 2010

The "Prometheus" Center cordially invites you to take part in Galeyev Readings in Kazan, Russia, from 1-7 October 2010. The event will include a conference, an exhibition and a festival in honor of scientist/artist and Leonardo Editorial Board member Bulat Makhmudovich Galeyev (1940-2009). Find out more


Transactions Research Announcements

Transactions is a section in the printed journal Leonardo that publishes fully refereed papers in a fast track to disseminating key new results, ideas and developments in practice. Papers that are correctly formatted and still under review can, with the author's permission, be published in Research Announcements. Recent additions include: "How To Make Living Viral Tattoos," by Tagny Duff, "Learning from Interstitial Typography," by Luca Simeone and "Nanotechnology and Silver-Metal Clay for Artisans," by Dane Hansen. Find out more

Opportunities and Community Announcements

Interactive Art Research

Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau - Interactive Art Research, 2009. Springer Verlag Vienna/New York. This monograph represents a comprehensive overview of Sommerer and Mignonneau’s art and research. In addition to providing detailed project descriptions of each interactive artwork, it includes essays and articles by well-recognized media scholars and theoreticians. Find out more

The Thursday Club

The Thursday Club is an open forum discussion group for anyone interested in the theories and practices of cross-disciplinarity, interactivity, technologies and philosophies of the state-of-the-art in today's (and tomorrow's) cultural landscape(s). It is organized and supported by the Goldsmiths Digital Studios (GDS) and the Goldsmiths Graduate School, Goldsmiths, University of London,UK. Find out more