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<nettime-ann> News from the Daniel Langlois Foundation

Research and Experimentation Residencies in Montreal 
The project proposal submission deadline for Research and Experimentation Residencies in Montreal for Professional Artists from Emerging Countries or Regions is September 30, 2006. A new online application form is now available on our Web site and must be used by all individuals wishing to apply for this program. The Daniel Langlois Foundation offers this program in collaboration with OBORO, an artist-run centre in Montreal. Two residency grants will be offered to professional artists from emerging countries. These grants aim to help the successful applicants in their research, experiments and project development, while allowing them to work in a different environment than their region or country of origin.
To access the online application form and the program guidelines:
To access the OBORO New Media Laboratory: 
Centre for Research and Documentation fifth anniversary  
On May 26, the Daniel Langlois Foundation's Centre for Research and Documentation (CR+D) celebrated its fifth anniversary. During the event, Steina Vasulka performed her work Violin Power. On May 27, Hubert and Nicolas Reeves presented a conference entitled Voyageurs étonnés, chercheurs et créateurs au seuil de l'inconnu as part of the Foundation's Matinées-conférences series:
Catalina Briceno appointed Program Officer  
The Daniel Langlois Foundation is pleased to announce that Catalina Briceno, who has been Assistant to the Executive Director since 2003, was appointed Program Officer on July 3, 2006. Ms. Briceno has extensive experience in film and new media production project analysis and management. Her new functions will most notably see her manage programs involving individual artists and researchers and monitor evaluations and supported projects according to the program criteria.
For a more detailed biography of Catalina Briceno:
To consult the list of programs and their guidelines:
9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds: finding aids  
The Foundation is pleased to announce that the finding aids of the 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds are now online. The fonds consists mainly of original factual footage (16 mm and 35 mm film) of the nine evenings as well as some audio recordings on magnetic tape. These finding aids include a detailed record of the fonds in its entirety, records of each of the series in the fonds, and an exhaustive list of its contents. In addition, the CR+D provides access via the finding aids to documentary resources that complement the fonds: press review of the event, performance descriptions accompanied by bibliographies, biographies and bibliographies of the participants (engineers and artists), etc:

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