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Drew Hemment on Fri, 16 Feb 2007 21:06:29 +0100 (CET)


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Apologies for cross posting

Details of upcoming calls for submissions below, including reminders for Futurevisual and EVNTS 2007, which have closing deadlines tomorrow, Thursday 15th February 2007.


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MOBILE MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
FOURTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP
AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS, 6-8 MAY 2007

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Submission deadline: 12th March 2007

Combining music and mobile technology promises exciting future developments in a rapidly emerging field. Devices such as mobile phones, Walkmans and iPods have already brought music to the ever- changing social and geographic locations of their users and reshaped their experience of the urban landscape. With new properties such as ad hoc networking, Internet connection, and context-awareness, mobile music technology offers countless new artistic, commercial and socio- cultural opportunities for music creation, listening and sharing. How can we push forward the already successful combination of music and mobile technology? What new forms of interaction with music lie ahead, as locative media and music use merge into new forms of everyday experiences?

Scheduling and registration fees will be coordinated with Futuresonic to allow participants to easily attend both events.

Learn more:
http://www.mobilemusicworkshop.org

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THE MAP DESIGNERS
AT FUTURESONIC 2007 / SOCIAL TECHNOLOGIES SUMMIT
MANCHESTER, UK, 10-12 MAY 2007

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

A special event by the British Cartographic Society & Society of Cartographers, focusing on the interface between cartography and cutting edge design. It will draw together map hackers, artists, cartographers, DIY technologists, architects, game programmers, bloggers and semantic web philosophers.

To ensure that we have as wide a range of contributors as possible, we would like to invite suggestions and papers on any of the above subjects for consideration. Please email details of suggested papers or any suggestions for contributions to lynda.bailey2 {AT} virgin.net.

On behalf of the Map Designers Group of the British Cartographic Society, and the Society of Cartographers.

Read posting:
http://www.futuresonic.com/07/map_designers.html

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FUTUREVISUAL
AT FUTURESONIC 2007 / SOCIAL TECHNOLOGIES SUMMIT
MANCHESTER, UK, 10-12 MAY 2007

FINAL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Deadline reminder: Thursday 15th February 2007

Futurevisual is a celebration of all things audiovisual, with a focus on audiovisual projects which emerge from, reference or are inspired by the transfusion of visual media and visual technologies within music culture, and the mixing of visual culture and music culture.

Futurevisual forms the centrepiece of Futuresonic Live at Futuresonic 2007 in Manchester/UK, and a dedicated space - the Futurevisual Lounge - will be available at the main festival venue for Futurevisual screenings. A selection of works will be shown at partner festivals in South Korea and Brazil, and as part of The Bigger Picture, Big Screen Manchester on a 25 square metre video screen with full sound system situated in Exchange Square, a public area regenerated after the IRA bomb in 1996, that has an estimated daily footfall of 50,000 people.

Learn more:
http://www.futuresonic.com/07/2007_submissions.html

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EVNTS 2007
AT FUTURESONIC 2007 / SOCIAL TECHNOLOGIES SUMMIT
MANCHESTER, UK, 10-12 MAY 2007

FINAL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Deadline reminder: Thursday 15th February 2007

EVNTS is a strand of the Futuresonic festival which enables artist groups and event organisers to participate in the festival. Since its introduction in 2005, EVNTS has grown into a community of people who each year return to give the festival an extra edge.

Futuresonic now invites anyone working in music or media arts to take part in EVNTS 2007, with the EVNT Competition offering financial support for a limited number of events. Open to any programmer, curator, promoter, label or artist group anywhere in the world, with the focus on ground breaking and new events as well as one-off or adventurous events by established event organisers. Awards of GBP 1,000 and GBP 250 are available for people to stage an event as a part of EVNTS via the EVNT Competition. Proposals will be judged by an independent panel of music, arts and industry figures.

Learn more:
http://www.futuresonic.com/07/evnts.html


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