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   A new server list                                                               
     Louise Desrenards <louisedesrenards {AT} free.fr>                                    

   Transdisciplinary Postgraduate Research: Applications due Jan 20th              
     Ned Rossiter <Ned.Rossiter {AT} arts.monash.edu.au>                                  

   CALL FOR PROPOSALS:Knowledge Maps of the Twin Cities                            
     Kate Carmody <kcarmody {AT} umn.edu>                                                 

   FILMWINTER: Vote now =?ISO-8859-1?B?rQ==?= from now on!                         
     Benjamin Fischer <benjamin_lists {AT} typedown.com>                                  

   Masters in Choreography/ New Media in Amsterdam                                 
     Jeroen Fabius <j.fabius {AT} the.ahk.nl>                                             

   REALTOKYO MM Vol. 111                                                           
     Andreas <andreas {AT} realtokyo.co.jp>                                               

   posthuman law                                                                   
     Sandra Braman <sbraman {AT} wi.rr.com>                                               

   Sangandaan '03 conference new reminder                                          
     "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>                                     

   Digital Printmaking position                                                    
     Daniel Goodwin <dgoodwin {AT} albany.edu>                                            


Date: Fri, 03 Jan 2003 03:49:14 +0100
From: Louise Desrenards <louisedesrenards {AT} free.fr>
Subject: A new server list

Please, a new interactive list openning every langue:

Dear friends of http://www.criticalsecret.com and of

     At the time of New Year 2003 we create a server-list on < free.fr >.

This server of election does not propose online archive of the messages, you
will thus have to save them by your own means those which will interest you.

     Why we experienced a list, yet another ?

Following requests repeated for one year, then with recommendations of
corresponding foreigners lately, we have decided to launch it for the
following reasons: 

1. our singular ideas regarding emergence, generally don't match the topics
of the other lists;

2. cultural lists and artistic lists do not accept any more the
communication of virtual events after various abuses.

However we owe to that virtual space of the internet, our singular existence
as editors and producers, that supports the development of our
demonstrations offline...

We make a point of defending the free principle of publication and creation
in field of the hypermedia and consequently the communication of its events.

Such is the double object of our list, based on the principle of the
critical alterity
(non-Community and thema-anachronistic like actual).

     Here are some topics and minimal rules to make the discussion more
interactive and more fluid:

This list, both of information and thinking, of sociocultural visions or
engagements of critical universes rather that opinions, includes the
political and economic universes.

It is opened in to criticism and to self-criticism, with the aim of ironic
joyful prospective, researches, performances, events, including the most

Nevertheless, no insult neither obscenity is authorised regarding both
internal listers and external people, neither on the list nor under the
links which are published there.

Within the same framework, the list would not put up with repetitive
aggressions which could take the aspect of harassing, as well with regard to
the ones as with that of the others

     Frequency of the messages and Spam:

to limit the abuses in a number of posts, a maximum of emission of two mails
by lister, and per day is authorised, except concerning basic discussions on
fertile subjects.

Beyond two posts or of a demonstration of impatience of one or two fellow
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The referential links or quotations inside the development of the contents
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The moderation will be shared between five persons considering their
disciplinary fields included musics and sciences, but all practise the same
charter. Their signs and emails: Orphée Delarue <orphee.delarue {AT} free.fr>,
Adrien Rocant <adrien_rocant {AT} free.fr>, Horace Bellecourt
<horacebellecourt {AT} hotmail.com, Pétrone Guillot <guillot2 {AT} free.fr>, Oui de

Please, before "abuse {AT} free.fr", protest should sent to
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Orphée Delarue, . Representing of the owner he would resolve any problem
regarding any misunderstanding and the alterities. The owner is the
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The list is an open space without copyright if not those mentioned by the
fellow candidates in their own posts and at their own risks.

Thanks for joining us for this new adventure!

Paris, January 3, 2003


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Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 04:32:08 +1100
From: Ned Rossiter <Ned.Rossiter {AT} arts.monash.edu.au>
Subject: Transdisciplinary Postgraduate Research: Applications due Jan 20th

Date: Sun, 05 Jan 2003 01:39:13 +1100
From: pia <pia.ednie-brown {AT} ems.rmit.edu.au>
Subject:  Transdisciplinary Postgraduate Research: Applications due Jan 20th



RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia


This one semester full time or two semester part-time degree provides 
a meeting point for practitioners  from diverse disciplinary 
backgrounds. The program enables researchers to develop projects 
within a lively transdisciplinary research culture that has a digital 
+ architectural orientation. Weekly seminars, workshops, and research 
events enable participants to investigate relations between emergent 
practices, technologies and the intensifications of the information 
age. The transdisciplinary emphasis draws attention to movements 
across logics, systems and senses. The program structure enables 
contact with a range of celebrated practitioners, supporting research 
through access to both expertise and sophisticated facilities.

Applications are invited from a wide variety of disciplinary 
backgrounds, including Film, Computer Science, Architecture, Fashion, 
Sound, Cultural Studies, Philosophy, Performance, Multimedia, 
Robotics, Photography, Engineering, Biological Science... amongst 
many others.

This program occurs within the Spatial Information Architecture 
Laboratory, a digital research facility in the School of Architecture 
and Design at RMIT University (http://www.sial.rmit.edu.au).

This program may lead to advanced entry into the associated Masters program.

More information, application procedures on this Graduate Certificate 
program is available at: http://www.sial.rmit.edu.au/gradcert

Pia Ednie-Brown
Senior Lecturer
School of Architecture and Design
Architecture + Spatial Information Architecture Programs
RMIT University
GPO Box 2476V,
Melbourne, 3001, Australia


Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 13:27:34 -0600
From: Kate Carmody <kcarmody {AT} umn.edu>
Subject: CALL FOR PROPOSALS:Knowledge Maps of the Twin Cities

January 7, 2003
Minneapolis, MN



In 2003, the University of Minnesota Design Institute will host the TWIN
CITIES DESIGN CELEBRATION (TCDC), a multi-faceted program of design
commissions, publications, symposia and public events, held with generous
support from Target Corporation.

The mission of the TCDC is to create a series of events and activities that
enable the public - both residents and visitors - to see and experience the
Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St Paul from new perspectives, and
participate in shaping their future as a creative metropolis. These
case-study projects in the Twin Cities will demonstrate how design can
enhance urban culture and stimulate economic development, showcasing 'Design
Central USA' and yielding insights applicable to other U.S. cities.

As a key component of the Twin Cities Design Celebration, the Design
Institute plans to commission and publish a series of Knowledge Maps of the
Twin Cities.

For the purposes of this project, a Knowledge Map is defined as an original
depiction of a body of data, arranged to reveal new insights into a given
physical or conceptual territory. It articulates a distinct polemical
position on that territory and opens up discussion of its future (re)design
and (re)interpretation.

In contrast with regular tourist maps - which are primarily designed to
facilitate consumption of a city's touristic or commercial 'highlights'
(such as historic homes or restaurants) - the TCDC Knowledge Maps will offer
alternative readings of the Twin Cities, making observations and
connections, and posing questions about their socio-economic, industrial,
demographic and environmental attributes. Further details will be provided
in the Knowledge Maps Request for Proposals (see below).

Fellowship honoraria of $6,000 will be offered to each of nine
interdisciplinary teams, comprising writers/researchers and at least one
graphic designer, for the editorial development and design of Knowledge Maps
that chart aspects of everyday life activity in the context of the Twin
Cities. Currently enrolled students are also eligible to apply.

Production of the TCDC Knowledge Maps will be underwritten by the Design
Institute, for publication in summer 2003, in time for the Twin Cities
Design Celebration 'peak week' of public programming in early September
2003, when a specially commissioned mass-participation Urban Game will also
have its debut.

To receive the TCDC Knowledge Maps Request for Proposals and additional TCDC
background information, submit a Letter of Intent to participate and a
filing fee, enclosing a check or International Money Order for US $30 made
payable to the University of Minnesota Design Institute. These must be
received at the Design Institute by January 27, 2003, and include:

* Name of team leader, with phone number, email and mailing address for
* Name, email, and telephone numbers of each additional team member
* one sentence biography per team member

Design Institute
University of Minnesota
149 Nicholson Hall
216 Pillsbury Drive SE
Minneapolis MN 55455

Monday January 27, 2003 (note: receipt deadline, not postmark deadline)

RFP packets will be distributed from January 6, 2003.
Completed proposals will be due at the Design Institute on Friday February
28, 2003.

The University of Minnesota Design Institute develops advanced research,
educational programs and interdisciplinary partnerships to improve design in
the public realm. One of five Centers of Excellence at the U, established
with recurring funds from the Minnesota Legislature, the Design Institute
addresses the intersections of design and public policy, exploring the
artefacts, environments and underlying social processes that shape our
everyday material landscape.

Design Institute general enquiries: design {AT} umn.edu

To be removed from this e-list, simply reply with 'enough already' in the
subject line. 



Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2003 14:39:27 +0000
From: Benjamin Fischer <benjamin_lists {AT} typedown.com>
Subject: FILMWINTER: Vote now =?ISO-8859-1?B?rQ==?= from now on!


Stimmt ab ­ ab jetzt!

DASDING-Publikumspreis Internet beim 16. Stuttgarter Filmwinter
(16.­19. Januar 2003)

Ab dem 9. Januar harren die ausgewählten Websites des 16. Stuttgarter
Filmwinter ­ Festival for Expanded Media ­ ihrer Abstimmung. Erstmalig wird
der Online-Wettbewerb in  Zusammenarbeit mit DASDING (SWR) durchgeführt. Ein
Preis in Höhe von 1.000 Euro für die Website mit den meisten Stimmen wird

Die 22 nominierten Websites sind unter http://www.dasding.de und
http://www.filmwinter.de zu finden. Weitere Programmhinweise zum Festival
(Filmprogramme, Medieninstallationen, Eintrittspreise...) gibt es ebenfalls
unter http://www.filmwinter.de

Vote now ­ from now on!

DASDING-Audience Award Internat at the 16th Stuttgart Filmwinter
(January 16­19, 2003)

>From January 9 on you can vote on the nominated websites of the Stuttgart
Filmwinter ­ Festival for Expanded Media. For the first time the online
competition will be realized with the support and the cooperation of DASDING
(SWR). A prize amounting 1.000 Euros will be given to the website with the
highest number of votes.

You find the 22 selected websites at  http://www.dasding.de and
http://www.filmwinter.de Further festival information (film programme, media
installations, entry fees...) are also available at http://www.filmwinter.de

- --

Gruß / Best regards,

Benjamin Fischer  |  benjamin {AT} typedown.com  |  http://www.typedown.com


Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2003 19:35:45 +0100
From: Jeroen Fabius <j.fabius {AT} the.ahk.nl>
Subject: Masters in Choreography/ New Media in Amsterdam

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Masters in Choreography/ New Media in Amsterdam

Established in 2002, the Amsterdam Masters is a unique two year program
aimed at the facilitation of high quality research into the relationship

between choreography, performance, and new media/ emerging technologies.

The program combines traditional and innovative approaches including
courses, individual study, peer-to-peer contexts for discussion and
reflexive documentation and practice/ studio based research.

The program's emphasis is to develop strong and sophisticated
work, extending and testing the boundaries of choreographic practice,
application and thought; at the same time to engage in theoretical/
critical discourse and a practical overview of relevant current and
emerging technologies. Subsequently, students will develop their own
research examining the relationships between these; involving varying
degrees of collaboration and the making of work in a variety of new

With cultural organisations such as STEIM, Waag Society, Montevideo
and V2; the Netherlands has one of the most active new media/ emerging
technology arts scenes in Europe. The Amsterdam Masters aims to
and coordinate interaction and collaboration within this context as well

The Amsterdam Masters in Choreography is managed in part within the
of Dance Unlimited, a collaboration with the Dance Academies of
Rotterdam and
Arnhem, offering the students opportunity to follow modules in each of
three places.

The Amsterdam Masters accepts only four new students per year
which means that access to facilities and staff is optimal.

The program is ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS NOW for September 2003.

Core staff: Jeroen Fabius; Susan Rethorst; Scott deLahunta; Sher Doruff

Registration Forms and more information are available from this website:


To receive a copy of last year's syllabus please contact Jeroen Fabius,
coordinator of the Amsterdam Masters:

email: j.fabius {AT} the.ahk.nl
tel: +31 20 527 7694 / 7667
fax: +31 20 527 7642

Any questions pertaining to the Amsterdam Masters in Choreography,
e.g. application deadlines, etc. should be directed to Jeroen Fabius.

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Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 06:16:07 +0900
From: Andreas <andreas {AT} realtokyo.co.jp>
Subject: REALTOKYO MM Vol. 111

R    E    A    L    T    O    K    Y    O    MAIL MAGAZINE
_____1_10_2003_Fri_vol.111___________ http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/


[This Week's Index]

(1) Tokyo Editors' Diary
Nakanishi Daisuke ("Little More") vol. 006

(2) Event Pick of the Week
Gaia {AT} Home

(3) Presents
Rabbit-Proof Fence

This week's RT Picks:

art+cinema+music+stage+design+town = 36 events
including 10 new ones!
Plus new entries on our 'book/disk' page.

Check them out!


(1) Tokyo Editors' Diary

Nakanishi Daisuke ("Little More") vol. 006

December 17
The day of the final proofreading. The printer is in Shimurasakaue,
and although this is conveniently located on the Mita line that
takes me there directly from Denenchofu, it's a relatively long
journey. Perfect for reading, so on the train I finish the 11th
volume of Inose Naoki's anthology "Nippon Bonjinden." I love this
one. I guess it was in my highschool days when I was paralyzed by
a shrewd interview with Inose in "Studio Voice" magazine. I could
imagine that the scenery of the interview itself must have been
pretty tough, and I also admired the enthusiasm with which former
editor Sayama Ichiro put together the article (with not a single
"(laughs)" in it). I tried a couple of times to make similar
interviews, but without success. Sayama's whole concept of
magazine-making was and still is admirably unconventional, ignoring
celebrities and rather pulling 'ordinary people' into the limelight.

Read more at:


(2) Event Pick of the Week

Gaia {AT} Home

You might have heard about the "Gaia" store for eco products and
food in Ochanomizu that probably offers the widest selection of
such items in Japan. At this event Gaia exhibits an extensive
palette of accessories to file under 'ecological,' ranging from
household articles and food ingredients to clothes and skin care
products, gathering about 50 manufacturers from around the world.
The organic food visitors can try at the venue comes complete with
dessert and even alcoholic drinks, which sounds like you'll have
to carry your holiday flab wih you for another while...
- --Maiko


(3) Presents

Gaga Communications invites 10 couples/20 people to a preview
screening of "Rabbit-Proof Fence."
Closing date for applications is 1/14.

To apply and for more info see:



Next week on RT:

- - Tokyo Editors' Diary

- - Out of Tokyo

- - Presents

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Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 10:15:52 -0600
From: Sandra Braman <sbraman {AT} wi.rr.com>
Subject: posthuman law

The cyborg is not only a feature of individuals, but also of
society as a whole.  Readers of nettime might find a
just-published piece on posthuman law of interest at
the below First Monday address:


Sandra Braman 


Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2003 03:09:34 +0800
From: "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>
Subject: Sangandaan '03 conference new reminder

Date: Wed, 1 Jan 2003 18:25:03 EST
From: hctoribio {AT} aol.com
Subject: Sangandaan '03 conference new reminder

Happy New Everyone!  2003 is finally here and the SANGANDAAN international
conference and cultural festival is 7 months away. (yikes!)

The January 15 deadline for the submissions of proposals for papers for the
SANGANDAAN 2003 International Conference draws near.  Below or attached is
the guidelines for those considering.

For those who have already submitted both proposal and c.v./bio, thank you
very much.

For those who submitted a proposal but not a brief bio or c.v., please tell
us a little bit about yourself and send to the reviewers listed in the
enclosed guidelines.

For those whose voices should be heard at this conference but have not
submitted a proposal and c.v., please send both.  Remember the focus is on
the arts and media in relation to US-Philippine relations.

For everyone, the writers of selected proposals will be informed by the end
of January.  Papers from the selected proposals are due May 15.

manigong bagong taon at kapayapaan,
- -Helen

Manila, Philippines


Confirmed keynote speaker: Dr. Lisa Lowe, University of California-San Diego

Confirmed plenary speakers: Dr. Reynaldo Ileto, National University of
Singapore, Dr. Resil Mojares, University of San Carlos, Cebu; Vangie Buell,
Filipino American National Historical Society-East Bay and more

Sangandaan 2003 is a cultural commemoration that highlights the arts and
media produced by Filipinos, Americans and Filipino-Americans in the course
of Philippine-US relations from 1899 to 2002. The cultural commemoration
be held in the Philippines on July 6-30, 2003 under the sponsorship of the
University of the Philippines, the Cultural Center of the Philippines and
San Francisco State University, in collaboration with numerous public and
private institutions in the Philippines such as the National Commission for
Culture and the Arts, the National Historical Institute, the National
Library, the National Museum, the Metropolitan Museum, Ateneo de Manila
University, and De La Salle University, and in the United States such as the
City College of San Francisco..

The Sangandaan 2003 activities will commence with the opening ceremonies at
the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), Manila, followed by
an international conference at the University of the Philippines. Exhibits
and performances in the Quezon City area will complement the Conference in
the first week.  The theatre productions, dance performances, concerts, film
and broadcast series, exhibits, literary events and culinary events in the
second week will be held in the Manila Bay area.  The commemoration will
conclude with an outreach program.

The schedule is as follows:

    July 6, 2003        Grand Opening
                        CCP, Manila
                        Key note speaker: Dr. Lisa Lowe, University of

    July 7-11, 2000 Sangandaan 2003 International Conference (Quezon City)
                                University of the Philippines, Diliman,
Quezon City
                (with the Ateneo de Manila University and De la Salle

July 12-19, 2003         Sangandaan 2003 Cultural Events (Manila)

July 20-31, 2003         Sangandaan 2003 Outreach Begins (Regions)
                                        Baguio,  Dagupan, Clark, Los Banos,
Legazpi, Iloilo,
                                                Cebu, Tacloban, Bohol and

Sangandaan 2003 International Conference

Conference Goal

To commemorate one hundred years of Philippine-American relations, the
conference will confront, understand, and come to terms with the fact of
American colonization in order to hasten the processes of decolonization and
nation-building in the Philippines, on the one hand; and the creation of a
strong identity and galvanization of all Filipino-Americans into a dynamic
force in the United States, on the other.

Conference Objectives

Within the perspective of reflexivity for empowerment, Filipino, American
Filipino-American academics and cultural workers now come together to:

1. examine the arts and media produced by Filipinos, Americans, and
Filipino-Americans during the processes of colonization and decolonization
both in the Philippines and the United States in the last one hundred years;

2.  explore the ways by which the arts and media produced by Filipinos and
Filipino-Americans can utilize the legacies of colonization so that Filipino
and Filipino-Americans can strengthen their own cultural identities and
thereby empower themselves as persons and as citizens of their respective

Conference Guidelines

1. The Conference will highlight the arts and media produced by Filipinos,
Americans and Filipino-Americans in connection with:

˙ the annexation of the Philippines, and Filipino resistance to American
      occupation at the turn of the century;
˙ the Americanization of Filipino culture and the impact of Philippine
culture on the
      American way of life;
˙ Filipino imitation, rejection, assimilation or transformation of elements
      American culture during and after the American colonial period;
˙ the Filipino diaspora and the expression of rights of Filipinos and
      in the US in the last century, and
˙ the continuing definition and affirmation of Filipino cultural identities
both in the
      Philippines and in the United States.

2. Paper writers may come from different disciplines and may use varied
approaches for their study of arts, media or other cultural forms which may
include among others:

˙ the literary arts (oral and written, poetry or prose)
      the performing arts (music, dance, theatre, or combinations thereof)
˙ the visual arts (indigenous and indigenized, traditional arts, plastic and
      arts, photography, fashion)
˙ urban planning and public arts (monuments, historical markers, parks,
      sites, streets, museums)
˙ architecture (domestic and public, vernacular and formal)
˙ print media (newspapers, magazines, journals, comics, and alternative
˙ radio (news programs, dramas, musical variety shows, special features)
˙ television (news, dramas, music and dance programs, talk shows,
documentaries, and other features)
˙ film and video (narrative, documentary, experimental, and others),
˙ culinary arts and
˙ multimedia arts

3.   Papers may focus on single or comparative themes and may delve into
involving media and art works, artistic styles and movements, artists and
media persons, audiences, patronage, genre of arts and media, venues, media
or arts education, cultural heritage and conservation, cultural promotion,
media or arts institutions, media, arts and government, and other related

The NEW deadline for paper abstracts is January 15, 2003.

Writers of accepted abstracts will be notified by January 30, 2003. The
deadline for accepted papers is May 15, 2003. Please e-mail abstracts to:

Nicanor Tiongson, PhD               Helen Toribio, MFA, MPA
Sangandaan 2003 Director                        Sangandaan 2003 Director
(Philippines)                                            (US)
nicanor.tiongson {AT} up.edu.ph          htoribio {AT} sfsu.edu

Priscelina Patajo-Legasto, PhD              Cynthia Banzon-Bautista, PhD
Conference Coordinator                          Conference Co-Coordinator
priscelina.legasto {AT} up.edu.ph                dekano {AT} kssp.upd.edu.ph

Papers shall be mailed to:

C/o UP System Information Office
Office of the Vice President for Public Affairs
Quezon Hall, UP Campus, Diliman, Quezon City 1101

Registration Fees

All participants are requested to register for the Conference. The fees are
as follows:

˙ International participants (early registration by February 28)        $150
(early registrants from the US and Canada will be eligible for discounted
˙ International participants (after February 28)                        $175
˙ International participants (day rate)
            $ 75/day
˙ Local participants
˙ Local participants (individual sessions)

Fees will cover the costs of snacks, meals, papers, conference kit and
intracampus transportation.

US and Canada participants may make checks or money orders (in US dollars
only) out to Sangandaan 2003 and mail them with registration form to
Sangandaan 2003, SFSU College of Education, 1600 Holloway Avenue, San
Francisco California 94132.

All queries may be addressed to the Conference Secretariat in Manila at
<nicanor.tiongson {AT} up.edu.ph>


Airfares, accommodations, and ground transportation available through Rajah
Tours International at <www.rajahtours.com>.  Information contact Evelyn
Luluquisen at <clinton_park2002 {AT} yahoo.com>.

* Digiteer Art Tech Cult http://digitalmedia.upd.edu.ph/digiteer/
* Algorithmic Music http://www.mp3.com/fatimalasay
* Discussion Group send email to digiteer-subscribe {AT} yahoogroups.com


Date: Wed, 08 Jan 2003 22:41:58 -0500
From: Daniel Goodwin <dgoodwin {AT} albany.edu>
Subject: Digital Printmaking position

The University at Albany, State University of New York, has opened a 
search for an Assistant Professor of Digital Printmaking.  Full-time, 
tenure track, starting August 2003.  MFA or equivalent required.  Three 
years teaching experience at college level preferred and professional 
exhibition record.  The candidate should have expertise in intaglio, 
lithography and digital media and demonstrate a broad-based 
interdisciplinary approach to printmaking.  Responsibilities include 
managing the intaglio/lithography area and combining traditional 
printmaking with emerging technologies.  Related responsibilities 
include comittee participation, advising undergraduates and serving on 
the graduate committee.  Salary competitive.  Position contingent on 
final budget approval.  Submit letter of application, curriculum vita, 
list of three references, 20 slides of recent work and SASE to Digital 
Printmaking Search Committee, University at Albany, SUNY, FA216, 1400 
Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12222 by January 15, 2003.  AA/EOE, WMA.

- -- dg
Daniel Goodwin
Assistant Professor of Art
Photography and Digital Media
University at Albany
State University of New York
1400 Washington Ave.
Fine Arts 116
Albany, NY 12222
tel 518-437-4420
fax 518-442-4807
AIM = "Queen McSteve"


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