Re: Moderator - Eyebeam Distributed Creativity Forum

Posted by D42 Kandinskij | Mon Nov 10th 2003 6:36 p.m.

Are collectives acceptible? If so, we are interested.

Rachel Greene wrote:

> Hi --
>
>
> Some of you may recall that Eyebeam invited Rhizomers to participate
> in
> an online forum on Distributed Creativity (see below for more
> information). There is a week duration in late November/early
> December
> in which the Distributed Creativity discussions will take place on
> Rhizome Raw (along side regular Raw happenings).
>
> According to Eyebeam, the moderator's responsibilities are to:
>
>
> * stir the conversation for that week
> * point people to look at art works for examples on Eyebeam's forum
> website
> * ask questions, engage participants
> * perhaps do one post a day during the seven day tenure
>
>
> I am looking for Moderators for the Rhizome Raw week -- November 28-
> December 4. There is a stipend ($200) for moderators so if you're
> interested in this project please email me with DC Moderator in the
> Subject Line and let me know why you would be willing to take on this
> responsibility. If you want to detail moderation experience that is
> welcome also. There is additional information on Distributed
> Creativity
> here:
>
> http://www.eyebeam.org/distributedcreativity
>
>
> Best, Rachel
>
> Begin forwarded message:
>
> > From: "Beth R." <bethr@eyebeam.org>
> > Date: Tue Nov 4, 2003 3:25:04 PM US/Eastern
> > To: Rachel Greene <rachel@rhizome.org>
> >
> >
> > d i s t r i b u t e d c r e a t i v i t y
> > An Online Forum
> > Presented by Eyebeam and Still Water @ the University of Maine
> > Nov 12-Dec 19, 2003
> > www.eyebeam.org/distributedcreativity
> >
> > Artists are organizing impromptu street actions by mobile phone,
> > musicians
> > are repurposing peer-to-peer applications for artistic ends, and
> > programmers
> > are distributing electronic toolkits to help artists leap from code
> to
> > creation.
> >
> > Distributed Creativity, Eyebeam's sixth annual online forum,
> > investigates
> > new paradigms for artmaking that take advantage of mobile and
> > distributed
> > technologies such as WiFi, Weblogs, Wikis rich Internet
> applications,
> > voice
> > over IP and social software.
> >
> > Forum co-hosts, panelists and public participants from around the
> > world,
> > including Creative Commons, DATA, Fibreculture and Rhizome will
> > discuss the
> > artistic, legal, technical and social dynamics of creative networks
> > small
> > and large.
> >
> > All topics focussed on this question: What kinds of innovations are
> > required
> > to sustain or support Distributed Creativity?
> >
> > Topic 1 Nov 12-19
> > Copyleft, Right & Center: Innovations in Law w/ Creative Commons
> >
> > Topic 2 Nov 20-27
> > Mobile Creativity: Innovations in Technology w/ DATA
> >
> > Topic 3 Nov 28-Dec 4
> > Digital Karma: Innovations in Ethics w/ Rhizome
> >
> > Topic 4 Dec 5-11
> > Whose Version?: Innovations in Authorship w/ Fibreculture
> >
> > Topic 5 Dec 12-17
> > Mod the Market: Innovations in Commerce
> >
> > Wrap Up Dec. 17-19
> >
> >
>
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