Juliet Davis
Since 2002
Works in Saint Petersburg, Florida United States of America

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BIO
Juliet Davis (www.julietdavis.com) is an intermedia artist, writer, and researcher teaching theory and practice in interactive media, visual culture, and media writing, with particular interest in cyberfeminism.

Her academic writing appears in peer-reviewed journals such as Leonardo, The Journal of Film and Video, Media-N and Intelligent Agent, as well as Rhizome Digest commissions. Her artwork has exhibited in SIGGRAPH, ISEA, FILE (Sao Paolo/Rio), the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA London), MAXXI Museum (Rome), International Museum of Women (web), Web Biennial, The Tampa Museum of Art, and many other spaces. Neal Benezra, Director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, has honored her work for its "freshness and originality."

Davis is currently writing a book called Exploring Writing for Interactive Media (Thomson Delmar).

cv: www.julietdavis.com/resume.pdf

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OPPORTUNITY

Call for Papers - Media-N: Journal of the New Media Caucus


Deadline:
Sun Apr 01, 2007 16:44

Call for Papers

Spring Edition, 2007

Theme: Bits, Bytes and the Rhetoric of Practice: New Media Artist Statements 2007
In this edition of media-N we invite new media arts practitioners to submit personal artist statements and examples of their practice. The commentary (no more than 500 words) should describe the work and contextualize it within the field of new media practice and ideas. In addition, include a short biographical statement (no more than 100 words) at the end of your artist statement.
We are also looking for curator's statements that define curatorial practice in the field

[·] Submission deadline: April 30 2007

[·] Paper format and media format for Bits, Bytes and the Rhetoric of
Practice: New Media Artist Statements 2007
Begin your statement with three keywords of your choice that you think best define your practice
Write your name, affiliation and contact details (such as email if you want it to be included)
Write your artist statement (no more than 500 words)
Write your biographical statement (no more than 100 words)
Attach your statement and up to three examples of artwork in an email to: Rachel Clarke, Editor in Chief (rclarke@csus.edu)

Please use a standard word-processing program such as Microsoft Word. PC and Mac versions are both acceptable. You may use italics, boldface, and diacritics, but do not use HTML tags (such as or ). It is best to send the review as an email attachment in Microsoft Word. Please do not cut and paste the review into the body of an email, as formatting may be lost or changed in the e-mail transmission.

Include no more than three examples of artwork (this could be still images, video clips, audio clips, etc, as applicable.) Media Formats: jpeg, avi, swf and additional formats on case by case basis (mov/mpeg/wav/aiff). Be sure to attach these files separately as well as in the body of the text.

Event reviews: The editorial board also invites proposals for reviews of exhibitions, events, festivals, conferences, etc. See examples of reviews in the current issue.

Submission deadline: April 30 2007

[·] Media-N author's agreement is available from the 'Copyright Statement' link

[·] Send manuscripts via email to: Rachel Clarke, Editor in Chief (rclarke@csus.edu)


OPPORTUNITY

Tenure-Track Faculty Position - University of Tampa


Deadline:
Tue Nov 14, 2006 13:03

The Communication Department at the University of Tampa invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in New Media, beginning fall 2007.

The ideal candidate will have an MFA or Ph.D. (or be near completion) with a background in critical theory in the humanities and be able to teach both theory and studio practice in new media, including courses in visual culture, Web and video production. The candidate should show promise in scholarship that includes exhibition and/or publication and be able to contribute to curriculum development in both the Department of Communication and the interdisciplinary Electronic Media Art & Technology (EMAT) program. A spirit of collaboration and openness to interdisciplinary work are vital for faculty working in these areas.

The University of Tampa is a top-tier school among private southern universities. Currently the largest and fastest-growing department at the university, the Communication Department is well equipped with media labs and features internationally known faculty in filmmaking, television, radio, and new media, as well as journalism, advertising, and public relations. The department collaborates in interdisciplinary programs with many other departments, including English, Art, and Information Technologies Management.

Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, CV, a one-page teaching philosophy, sample syllabi, a one-page statement about scholarship interests, contact information for three references, and documentation of past work samples (publications and/or exhibitions).

Applicants received after December 12, 2006, may not receive full consideration.

Mail to: The University of Tampa, Human Resources, c/o Com New Media Search, 401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606-1490 or apply on-line at hr.ut.edu.

Review of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled.

The University of Tampa is an EOE/AA employer.


OPPORTUNITY

New Media Faculty Position - Tenure-track


Deadline:
Wed Oct 25, 2006 13:24

The Communication Department at the University of Tampa invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in New Media, beginning fall 2007.

The ideal candidate will have an MFA or Ph.D. (or be near completion) with a background in critical theory in the humanities and be able to teach both theory and studio practice in new media, including courses in visual culture, Web and video production. The candidate should show promise in scholarship that includes exhibition and/or publication and be able to contribute to curriculum development in both the Department of Communication and the interdisciplinary Electronic Media Art & Technology (EMAT) program. A spirit of collaboration and openness to interdisciplinary work are vital for faculty working in these areas.

The University of Tampa is a top-tier school among private southern universities. Currently the largest and fastest-growing department at the university, the Communication Department is well equipped with media labs and features internationally known faculty in filmmaking, television, radio, and new media, as well as journalism, advertising, and public relations. The department collaborates in interdisciplinary programs with many other departments, including English, Art, and Information Technologies Management.

Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, CV, a one-page teaching philosophy, sample syllabi, a one-page statement about scholarship interests, contact information for three references, and documentation of past work samples (publications and/or exhibitions).

Applicants received after December 12, 2006, may not receive full consideration.

Mail to: The University of Tampa, Human Resources, c/o Com New Media Search, 401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606-1490 or apply on-line at hr.ut.edu.

Review of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled.

The University of Tampa is an EOE/AA employer.


OPPORTUNITY

Call for Papers


Deadline:
Wed Mar 22, 2006 11:43

Call for Papers:
College Art Association Conference, NYC 2007
http://www.collegeart.org/conference/2007-call-papers.html

DIGITAL DIFFERENCE: RECONTEXTUALIZING NEW MEDIA ART

Chair: Juliet Davis, University of Tampa, 302 49th St. N., St. Petersburg, FL 33710

From fine-art games to electronic literature, new media have introduced

a host of terms that might seem contradictory in the context

of traditional art scholarship and cultural studies. While some

writers have made cases for new media as extensions of art and

literary traditions, others see completely new cultural forms that

largely break with tradition. Furthermore, while some cultural studies

scholars have seen interactive media as the ultimate postmodern

expression, others note modernist trends such as generative-

software artists' focus on form. This panel seeks to identify

attributes of new media that distinguish them


OPPORTUNITY

Extended Deadline - UFVA Submissions - March 1


Deadline:
Mon Feb 20, 2006 13:39

Hi, Everyone,

Just a note to let you know that we have extended the deadline for submissions to the UFVA new media exhibit (this is for the 2006 conference of the University Film and Video Association). The new deadline is March 1. I have reprinted the original info below, in case you need it. Also, I have copied and pasted the submission form below, since some people have had difficulty accessing it. For more information, please see www.ufva.org.

Looking forward to your submissions!

Juliet

Juliet Davis, MFA
Assistant Professor of Communication
The University of Tampa
juliet.davis@ut.edu
www.julietdavis.com
CELL: 727-418-8511

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UNIVERSITY FILM & VIDEO ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
August 1-5, 2006
Chapman University
Orange, California
www.ufva.org

CALL FOR NEW MEDIA EXHIBITION SUBMISSIONS

SUBMISSIONS DUE: February 15, 2006

1) Application Form
.pdf: http://www.ufva.org/NewMediaForm2006.pdf
.doc: http://www.ufva.org/NewMediaForm2006.doc
(if these are not working, contact info@julietdavis.com)

2) Any additional project documentation needed for consideration (for example, CD-ROM, DVD, JPEGS