Greetings all fearless friends and foes of iKatun —
Kanarinka will be a panelist at the upcoming panel "Art & Technology: A Televised Panel Discussion and Reception" on July 31, 2002, presented by the Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston, The Creative Economy Initiative and Boston Cyberarts.
The invitation below gives information about attending the taping of the panel and the reception that follows. You can also check out the official invite here (in MS Word format): http://www.ikatun.com/MetLife_Arts_Forum_July_02_flye.doc
Hope that some of you can make it!
Save your seat today (space is very limited) for our next MetLife Foundation National Arts Forum on Wednesday, July 31 at 6:00 PM at Boston Neighborhood Network at Roxbury Mall.
Join our TV studio audience! The topic is "Art & Technology" A Televised Panel Discussion and Reception. This forum is presented in collaboration with The Creative Economy Initiative and Boston Cyberarts.
Please feel free to share this e-invitation (attached and below) with your colleagues. The attached flyer is an interactive registration form; simply type in your information, save it to your computer then email it back, or fax or mail it. We hope to see you on the 31st.
Jeanne Courtemanche, Assistant
Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston
c/o Goodwin Procter LLP
Boston, MA 02109-2881
METLIFE FOUNDATION NATIONAL ARTS FORUM
AN INVITATION TO A TELEVISED PANEL DISCUSSION & RECEPTION
PRESENTED BY THE ARTS & BUSINESS COUNCIL OF GREATER BOSTON
"ART AND TECHNOLOGY"
A Televised Panel Discussion and Reception
Taping Date & Time:
Join our studio audience!
WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 2002
6:00 - 8:00 PM
(Taping is at 6:30 pm. Tour of the BNN Multimedia Center after the taping. Reception is included.)
Boston Neighborhood Network Access Studio, Mall of Roxbury (near corner of Warren St. and Martin Luther King Blvd.), Roxbury, MA. Take Orange T line to Ruggles stop, bus 23, 28, or 19 all stop at the Mall. Convenient parking is available at the mall. Map attached.
CATHERINE D'IGNAZIO (Kanarinka), co-founder of iKatun, a non-profit organization active in the creation and/or production of performances, installations, and net.art.
MARINA HATSOPOULOS, CEO of Z Corp., manufacturer of three dimensional printers.
CHUCK LEWIN, founder and director of Art Interactive and Volunteer Engineers for the Arts (VEFTA), which pairs artists with engineers and scientists.
GEORGE FIFIELD, founder and director of the Boston Cyberarts Festival, curator of New Media for the DeCordova Museum, and member of The Creative Economy Initiative task force.
The Boston region is a world leader in the development and application of high technology and the home to a huge number of artists working in new technologies. This panel of artists and business people from New England will focus on some of the issues facing artists working in new technologies. Panelists will discuss how businesses and arts organizations can leverage this talent powerhouse and generate ideas for creative collaboration between technology-based artists, engineers, and others. This television broadcast, part of the Arts & Business Council's MetLife Foundation National Arts Forum Series, is presented in collaboration with The Creative Economy Initiative and Boston Cyberarts.
This forum is generously supported by MetLife Foundation.
Production facilities provided by Boston Neighborhood Network.
$10/person. Registration form on page 2. Seating is very limited - save your spot today!
Celeste Wilson, Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston
The studio is handicapped accessible. ASL interpreters can be made available upon request for the taping (not the later broadcast). Please let us know at least 2 weeks before the event if you have this, or any other special needs, so we can make arrangements.
Stay Tuned! The show will air on BNN's Channel 9 in the next 2 weeks. Stay tuned for the air date!
The Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston promotes the mutuality of arts and business partnerships, strengthening the two sectors through advocacy and programs that serve the fullest diversity of individuals, organizations and communities. Programs include: Business Volunteers for the Arts (BVA), American Express National Arts Marketing Project, Board Development Program, and MetLife Foundation National Arts Forum. Visit www.artsandbusinesscouncil.org.
The Creative Economy Initiative is a partnership of New England's business, government, cultural and educational leaders committed to strengthening the region's economic vitality by fostering its creative economy. Visit www.creativeconomy.org
Boston Cyberarts, Inc. is a non-profit arts organization created to foster, develop and present a wide spectrum of media arts including electronic and digital experimental arts programming. Its major production, The Boston Cyberarts Festival (April 26 to May 11, 2001) is an international biennial festival of art and technology and the nation's original and largest all-media cyberarts celebration. It explores how artists throughout the world are using computers to advance traditional artistic disciplines and create new interactive worlds. Visit www.bostoncyberarts.org.
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PAYMENT: $10/person check enclosed
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