Ken Goldberg is newly appointed Director of the Berkeley Center for New Media.
About Berkeley Center for New Media:
New Media from email to video blogs transform how we perceive, learn, communicate, and experience the world. What is "new" is accelerating rapidly with emerging technologies, but is deeply rooted in powerful aesthetic, social, and political forces.
Based in a public research university at the epicenter of design and information technology, The Berkeley Center for New Media (BCNM) is dedicated to exploring new media from cross-disciplinary and global perspectives that emphasize public interests. BCNM draws from diverse historical and contemporary ideas from over 100 affiliated scholars and faculty from 30 departments, including Architecture, Philosophy, Film Studies, Art History, Dance, the Schools of Engineering, Information, Journalism, Law, and the Berkeley Art Museum.
As a Center, BCNM catalyzes research and offers courses to educate future leaders. BCNM offers a Designated Emphasis in New Media for PhD candidates and has established new cross-disciplinary faculty positions. BCNM organizes meetings, symposia, and special events for researchers, industry, and the public. BCNM applies humanistic inquiry to reveal opportunities and risks associated with contemporary media. BCNM helps shape future developments by facilitating traditional modes of scholarship, hosting critical dialogues, and encouraging unorthodox artworks, designs, and experiments.
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September 12 - 30, 2007
New Media Art Festival @rt Outsiders
Maison Européenne de la Photographie
e shtunë, 23 qershor 2007
Labels: Ken Goldberg
e premte, 22 qershor 2007
e enjte, 14 qershor 2007
Feinstein, Lea. "Grand Opening." SF Weekly, June 13, 2007.
Lazarus, E. "Breaking Ground, Ground Breaking." www.shotgun-review.com, June 18, 2007.
e mërkurë, 13 qershor 2007
e shtunë, 09 qershor 2007
Catharine Clark Gallery reopened to the public Saturday, June 2 in our new location at 150 Minna Street, adjacent to SFMOMA.
Check out a podcast conversation between Catharine Clark and Steve Zavattero (aka our inaugural party DJ):
e premte, 08 qershor 2007
Interview with the artist available online from Hawaii Public Radio:
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Brunch with the artist: Sunday, June 10, 10am
The Contemporary Museum
2411 Makiki Heights Drive
Brunch: $25 TCM Members, $30 Non-members
Brunch + a copy of "Ascending Chaos: The Art of Masami Teraoka 1966 - 2006": $79 TCM Members, $90 Non-members
For reservations, call Gordon Wong 808.526.1322 x 10
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Webb, Cynthia. “An artistic bridge across the Pacific Ocean.” The Jakarta Post, May 20, 2007.
Labels: Masami Teraoka