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Upcoming LASER: January 10, 2011

Attention Bay Area readers! Join us for the next Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER), January 10, 2011, at the University of San Francisco. Feature presentations include Mathias Crawford, "The Future of Games, and Games for the Future,"Robert Buelteman, "Photography Without the Camera," Suzanne Husky, "Sleeper Cell Hotel," and Robert Horn, "Investigating Social Issues via Fine-Art Murals". Find out more


LEA rekindled

Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) has accumulated a large archive of papers, articles and information since its founding in 1993. This material has been held in the archive as historical documentation and as part of the revamp of LEA the editors have decided to revisit this history and compare it with contemporary developments. LEA rekindled 1 is the first historical comparative issue of Leonardo Electronic Almanac on the history and contemporary developments at the intersection of art, science and technology. For this first issue of LEA rekindled, our editorial intention is to re-open a dialogue with those who participated and contributed towards building the history of contemporary art interactions with science and technology as well as with the new generations of artists, critical commentators, scientists and technology experts. Find out more


UCLA Art | Sci Center Renews Affiliate Membership

Leonardo/ISAST welcomes The UCLA Art | Sci Center as a returning Affiliate Member. The Art | Sci Center at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), is dedicated to pursuing and promoting the evolving "Third Culture" by facilitating the infinite potential of collaborations between (media) arts and (bio/nano) sciences. The center's affiliation with the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) offers access to cutting-edge researchers and their laboratories and a dedicated gallery for exhibitions. Find out more

Opportunities and Community Announcements

UC Santa Barbara Media Arts and Technology Graduate Program
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor

The Media Arts and Technology Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara, invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level. The department seeks candidates who will establish a vigorous research and teaching program in computer graphics, scientific/information visualization, or a related field applicable to immersive, interactive, and distributed environments, working with high-dimensional data generated in scientific and artistic domains. Find out more