ISEA 2004 (International Symposium on Electronic Arts) is going to be held August 14-22 on a ferry between Stockholm, Talinn and Helsinki.The works and papers submissions deadline has been extended to September 20 this year.

MA students in geophysics go to Utah to do fieldwork in the canyons, and though they have to pay some of this themselves the university does provide funding for fieldwork. Imagine a new media course designed in the same way: two days of intensive theory and history at home, then field work at ISEA (or another conference or exhibition), and the students write or make a response which is graded. I must remember to apply for funding before January 20!

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