We really want at least some representation on the night from all the historical phases of the company from Founders to the current Mob, and from all areas, from Techs to Tent Crew to Performers to the Office, so even if you can’t come, make sure someone from your era can! … We’d love it if you come along for a drink, to play with the prototype archive on the big screen (and a few other screens), and give the RMIT team and us some feedback about what you like, what you’d improve, and any lateral thoughts you have about how Circus Oz can subvert and inhabit the Web.
Proposals close November 11 – http://aa-dh.org/conference From the announcement: Proposals may focus on, but need not be limited to: – Institutionalisation, interdisciplinarity and collaboration – Measuring and valuing digital research – Publication and dissemination – Research applications and interfaces for digital collections – Designing and curating online resources – Digital textuality and literacy – Curriculum and pedagogy – Culture, creativity, arts, music, performance – Electronic critical editions – Digitisation, text encoding and analysis – Communities and crowdsourcing – Infrastructure, virtual research environments, workflows – Information mining, modelling, GIS and visualisation – Critical reflections on digital humanities futures
This is the invitation for our ‘Meet the Living Archive’ event for Circus Oz company members and current employees.Â To be held in the Melba Spiegeltent in May.
Just in case there is anyone who is not so interested that they want to regularly check the blog (or subscribe to it ), or don’t want all the minutiae that the blog attracts (like this). … The list is called circusarchive-ann, it’s address is email@example.com and its webpage is at https://groups.google.com/group/circusarchive-ann where you can ask to join, as well as see the archives.
The socmedia PhD scholarship has been: tweeted by Adrian (vogmae) tweeted by Jeremy (overlobe) sent to artists in the cloud (theory and practice orientated video blog list) fibreculture (Australian centred new media email list) Australian Network Art and Technology (ANAT) sent to Association of Internet Researchers list sent to Museums Australia networks sent to Museum 3.0 group sent to Australian Screen Production and Education Research Association list sent to School of Media and Communication research list sent to B.Comm Honours students sent to B.Comm honours alumni video vortex email list College of Design and Social Context, RMIT Australia Council Circus Oz various Facebook networks Design Research Institute (RMIT)
CIRCUS VIDEO ARCHIVE MEETS WEB 2.0 – OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN AN EXCITING INTER-DISCIPLINARY TEAM THE PROJECT: The Circus Oz Living Archive: developing a model of online digital engagement for the performing arts The successful applicant will have demonstrated capacity in any or all of new media, networked media, online video, interaction design or participatory and social media. In addition you… Read more →