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Date: Sat, 09 Jun 2007 11:26:38 +0100
From: "Maria Chatzichristodoulou [aka maria x]" <drp01mc {AT} gold.ac.uk>
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Subject: Thursday Club: Open Call for Projects

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THURSDAY CLUB OPEN CALL ** THURSDAY CLUB OPEN CALL ** THURSDAY CLUB



OPEN CALL FOR PROJECTS & PROPOSALS


The Thursday Club is an open forum discussion group for anyone=20
interested in the theories and practices of cross-disciplinarity,=20
interactivity, technologies and philosophies of the state-of-the-art in=20
today=92s (and tomorrow=92s) cultural landscape(s). The Club is supported=
by=20
the Goldsmiths Digital Studios (GDS) and the Goldsmiths Graduate School.



Originally set up in October 2005 by GDS as a more informal setting for=20
research discussions, it has grown to include over 150 members, artists,=20
technologists, scientists, in fact, a growing diversity of people from=20
different communities worldwide, that are now connected via a mailing=20
list and online forum.



There are also regular meetings in =91real' space at the Ben Pimlott site=
=20
of Goldsmiths, University of London. Anyone can attend these events. By=20
keeping these meetings free, informal and open to all, we provide a=20
platform for diverse and open ended discourse, for people who perhaps=20
would not have the opportunity to discuss ideas outside of their chosen=20
discipline.



The Thursday Club brings together people from diverse fields and degrees=20
of expertise, aiming to initiate discussion and debates among=20
postgraduate students, researchers, academics, artists, theorists, and=20
other cultural practitioners.



Since it focuses on interdisciplinary practices, the Club is interested=20
to experiment with innovative formats of presentation that are=20
appropriate to the nature of the subject. We particularly welcome the=20
proposal of round table discussions, panels, screenings, 'hearings',=20
live gigs and performance lectures as well as more traditional=20
presentations. We are also interested to platform experimental=20
work-in-progress, of both practical and theoretical nature.



Submission Materials

1. An A4 size page with your proposal (about 500 words); any relevant=20
links; 1-2 pictures if relevant.

2. A 200 words CV

3. Your contact details: name, address, email and telephone number

4. Selected additional audiovisual information (e.g. audio and video=20
files) preferably as a link.


Please send any submissions by email to Maria X at <drp01mc {AT} gold.ac.uk>=20
writing 'Thursday Club Submission' as a Subject.



The deadline for the submission of proposals is 29 JULY 2007. The=20 submissions will be reviewed by the Thursday Club Board.


THURSDAY CLUB BOARD

Miguel Andres-Clavera
PhD Candidate Goldsmiths Digital Studios; Member of Social Technology=20
and Cultural Interfaces Research Group.

Maria Chatzichristodoulou [aka Maria X], Thursday Club Coordinator
PhD Candidate Goldsmiths Digital Studios; Sessional Lecturer Birkbeck=20
FCE
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