NOWNET ARTS CONFERENCE 2019:
Social Purpose in Contemporary Network Arts
November 7-10, 2019
PRIMARY SITE: INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE (IACS), STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK, USA
SATELLITE SITE: CENTER FOR COMPUTER RESEARCH IN MUSIC AND ACOUSTICS (CCRMA), STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CALIFORNIA, USA
SATELLITE SITE: ELECTRONIC STUDIOS AT THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BERLIN
SATELLITE SITE: EDINBURGH NAPIER UNIVERSITY, SCOTLAND
Satellite Site: ORPHEUS INSTITUTE, GHENT, BELGIUM
WITH REMOTE SITES:
Elder Conservatorium of Music in Adelaide (Australia), University of Melbourne (Australia), University of California San Diego (California, USA), University of California Santa Barbara (California, USA), York University/Arraymusic (Toronto, Canada), Northwestern University (Illinois, USA), Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (Indiana, USA), Nagoya University (Japan), University of Auckland (New Zealand), LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore), Zurich University of the Arts (Switzerland)
REGISTER TO ATTEND IN-PERSON OR ONLINE
Full Conference $250 USD General Admission, $150 USD Students/Seniors
Presenters $100 USD, $50 USD Students/Seniors
Day Pass $75 USD, $50 USD Students/Seniors
Faculty, Staff, and Students of Stony Brook University, Stanford University, Technical University Berlin, and Edinburgh Napier University receive free admission. Contact Conference Director to register: email@example.com
IACS Stony Brook University
Edinburgh Napier University
Contact Conference Director for Hotel Information:
NowNet Arts, Inc.
Department of Music, Stony Brook University
Institute for Advanced Computational Science (IACS), Stony Brook University, New York, USA
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Stanford University, USA
Artivive: Augmented Reality Platform for Art
NowNet Arts Conference is an annual event for artists, technologists, researchers, educators, and industry professionals advancing topics in contemporary network arts for the ongoing development of the field. The 2019 theme Social Purpose in Contemporary Network Arts is a prominent motivation and capacity of this work. The ability to transcend geographic distance through performance and technology has inspired new forms of social connection and impact. As an artistic medium, contemporary network arts is a social purpose. It has also served as a vehicle for community projects on themes such as peace building, the environment, and diversity. Technologists in the field have incorporated social topics including access, green technology, and international network development. The NowNet Arts Conference 2019 Social Purpose in Contemporary Network Arts is a program of papers, workshops, presentations, and concert demonstrations that feature this topic and generate new innovations for this work forward.
The primary site IACS provides a hub for the conference with a 100Gbps Internet2 network. Softwares and hardwares for network arts will be utilized including JackTrip, LOLA, UltraGrid, Zoom, and others. Attendees and presenters can participate in-person at IACS Stony Brook University, CCRMA Stanford University, Technical University Berlin, Edinburgh Napier University, Orpheus Institute, or online from a remote site via Zoom and Livestream.
The new peer-reviewed Journal of Network Music and Arts published by Stony Brook University will be launched during the conference at the Center for Scholarly Communications.
Director: Sarah Weaver, NowNet Arts Inc.
Chris Chafe, Stanford University, TU Berlin
Scott Oshiro, Stanford University
Margaret Schedel, Stony Brook University
Sarah Weaver, Conference Director