Emma Posey
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May You Live in Interesting Times, Festival of Creative Technology, Cardiff


Dates:
Thu Oct 22, 2009 00:00 - Tue Oct 13, 2009

Location:
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

May You Live in Interesting Times is a three-day, biennial Festival that is all about ‘do-it-yourself’ and features a programme that celebrates the latest intriguing uses of everyday technology and social innovation, enabled through shared ideas. There’s a fantastic range of commissions, exhibitions, a Maker Faire, discussions, workshops, screenings and participant-driven events. Visit the website to see the programme in full and download the festival diary.


OPPORTUNITY

MAY YOU PARTICIPATE IN A DIGITAL WORLD RESIDENCY, mobile studio, North Wales, UK


Deadline:
Mon Apr 11, 2005 00:00

ONE OF THREE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES IN WALES, UK OPEN TO ALL ARTISTS WORLDWIDE

The residencies are part of the programme for MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES, Cardiff festival of creative technology, 28th to 30th October 2005.

The BBC Wales New Media's mobile studio is a touring bus which has onboard a broadcast production studio with wireless broadband internet access, a network of six PCs, a large TV/plasma screen, a Sony HDV broadcast TV camera, digital cameras and scanners. Travelling with the bus is a driver, a producer, a community researcher, and a Lifelong Learning advisor. All the staff are bilingual (Welsh/English). The bus is a partnership between BBC Wales, The Welsh Language Board and University of Wales, Bangor.

Through this residency the artist/s will address the festival's theme of investigating the 'places' where digital technologies become grounded in a geographical and social context. Through the project the artist/s will realise a work that encourages and extends the public's initial or early contact with digital technology. The project will focus on community participation and exchange and will need to be structured to manage both Welsh and English language content.

It is anticipated that the artist will fully utilise the technology available in the mobile studio, the expertise of the crew, and the studio's portability. It is anticipated that the work will have a strong visual/audio presence in Cardiff during the festival. The work will also have dual visibility at Oriel Mostyn gallery, Llandudno, North Wales during the three-days of the Cardiff-based festival (www.mostyn.org).

During the residency the artist will be based in North Wales at the BBC's mobile studio. The bus has a schedule which takes it throughout North Wales and the appointed artist/s will work with the bus team to schedule stops.

The artist will also have access to support from the BBC's main office in Cardiff. BBC Wales New Media is the cross-media, online, interactive and mobile department within BBC Wales. For further information on the host visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales.

The residencies are open to an artist or group of artists and cover a period spent with the residency host between June and November this year (the timing of the residencies is negotiable although the work must be made evident during the festival period).

Fee: There is a fee of 3,600 (30 days), material budget of 750, and outreach travel of 250.

Deadline: Posted applications should be received by FRIDAY 29th APRIL 2005. Shortlisted artists will be notified on 6th May, interviews are to be held in Welshpool, Mid-Wales on the 1st June.

Selection Panel: Hannah Firth (Curator, Chapter/ Festival Director), Emma Posey (Director, Bloc/Festival Director), Iain Tweedale (Editor, BBC Wales New Media), and Walt Warrilow (Project Manager, Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales).

MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES is Cardiff's inaugural festival of creative technology - a three-day programme of events being held across the capital. The festival is being developed between bloc and Chapter. The residency programme for the festival is supported and managed by Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales), the national organisation for public art in Wales. The festival residencies are supported through the National Lottery celebration of Cardiff 2005.

Festival Theme:
Artists are increasingly engaged with or inspired by digital technology - exploring consumer and communication technologies such as the worldwide web, mobile networks, file sharing, and computer gaming. Because digital technology is a participatory medium with global reach, artists tend to explore digital technology in the context of public and shared spheres. Often digital art is situated somewhere between public art - albeit in a dematerialised form - and street culture where the technology itself is used as a 'site' for the production and presentation of art works. Although digital technology is often claimed to go beyond physical limitations, engagement with technology is always embedded in, or grounded in, real spaces and places whether this is explored from a user or network perspective.

The residency forms part of the festival's core programme where artists are being invited to investigate the 'places' where digital technologies become grounded in a geographical and social context. It is anticipated that the work from the residencies will have a strong presence in Cardiff during the festival period - 28th to 30th October 2005. All commissioned works shown at the festival will negotiate with the specifics of the location at various 'sites' in order to bring about activity and exchange beyond the gallery.

If you have any questions or would like to have an informal discussion about this residency please email Walt Warrilow: walt@cywaithcymru.org.

Applicants should post their CV, a proposal of no more than 1 side of A4 stating ref: May you participate in a digital world, and supporting visual material in slide or CD format to:
May you participate in a digital world
Cywaith Cymru . Artworks Wales
Crichton House
11-12 Mount Stuart Square
Cardiff
CF10 5EE
UK

T: +44 (0)29 2048 9543
F: +44 (0)29 2046 5458
www.cywaithcymru.org
e: walt@cywaithcymru.org


OPPORTUNITY

LIVE ARCHIVE RESIDENCY, Cardiff, UK


Deadline:
Mon Apr 11, 2005 00:00

ONE OF THREE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES IN WALES, UK
OPEN TO ALL ARTISTS WORLDWIDE

The residencies are part of the programme for MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES, Cardiff festival of creative technology, 28th to 30th October 2005.

The artist/s will organise a programme of activity that will draw on existing knowledge and resources within the city. The general public, groups and professionals with a range of backgrounds will be invited to contribute to building a broader picture of Cardiff, connecting the public to the festival and the festival to the public within the context of past, existing and planned projects.

Their activity would centre on a laboratory, which would be open to the public during the festival. In addition to 'passing traffic', various groups will be invited to a / number of exchange workshops with the artist/s. This commission would attempt to inverse or reorder information for the public, offering new explorations and interpretations to the festival's theme and programme. More specifically, this commission would address an important aspect of new media - how digitised information is ordered and navigated.

The residency is open to an artist or group of artists and cover a period spent with the residency host between June and November this year (the timing of the residencies is negotiable although the work must be made evident during the festival period).

Fee: There is a fee of 4,800 (40 days), materials budget of 2,000, and outreach travel of 250.

Deadline: Posted applications should be received by FRIDAY 29th APRIL 2005. Shortlisted artists will be notified on 6th May, interviews will be held in Cardiff on Thursday 19th May.

Selection Panel: Hannah Firth (Curator, Chapter/ Festival Director), Emma Posey (Director, Bloc/Festival Director) and Walt Warrilow (Project Manager, Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales).

A studio will be available at the host, Chapter, during the residency period. For further information on the host visit www.chapter.org. It is thought that the artist will establish a fixed or touring laboratory/studio within the city centre as part of the project.

MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES is Cardiff's inaugural festival of creative technology - a three-day programme of events being held across the capital. The festival is being developed between bloc and Chapter. The residency programme for the festival is supported and managed by Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales), the national organisation for public art in Wales. The festival residencies are supported through the National Lottery celebration of Cardiff 2005.

Festival Theme:
Artists are increasingly engaged with or inspired by digital technology - exploring consumer and communication technologies such as the worldwide web, mobile networks, file sharing, and computer gaming. Because digital technology is a participatory medium with global reach, artists tend to explore digital technology in the context of public and shared spheres. Often digital art is situated somewhere between public art - albeit in a dematerialised form - and street culture where the technology itself is used as a 'site' for the production and presentation of art works. Although digital technology is often claimed to go beyond physical limitations, engagement with technology is always embedded in, or grounded in, real spaces and places whether this is explored from a user or network perspective.

The residency forms part of the festival's core programme where artists are being invited to investigate the 'places' where digital technologies become grounded in a geographical and social context. It is anticipated that the work from the residencies will have a strong presence in Cardiff during the festival period - 28th to 30th October 2005. All commissioned works shown at the festival will negotiate with the specifics of the location at various 'sites' in order to bring about activity and exchange beyond the gallery.

If you have any questions or would like to have an informal discussion about the residency please email Walt Warrilow: walt@cywaithcymru.org.

Applicants should post their CV, a proposal of no more than 1 side of A4 stating ref: Live Archive, and supporting visual material in slide or CD format to:
Live Archive
Cywaith Cymru . Artworks Wales
Crichton House
11-12 Mount Stuart Square
Cardiff
CF10 5EE
UK

T: +44 (0)29 2048 9543
F: +44 (0)29 2046 5458
www.cywaithcymru.org
e: walt@cywaithcymru.org


OPPORTUNITY

CONVERGENCE RESIDENCY, Cardigan, West Wales, UK


Deadline:
Mon Apr 11, 2005 00:00

ONE OF THREE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES IN WALES, UK
OPEN TO ALL ARTISTS WORLDWIDE

The residencies are part of the programme for MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES, Cardiff festival of creative technology, 28th to 30th October 2005.

The artist/s will address the convergence of traditional, new media and emerging technologies. Focusing on the combination of data and communication, the project will employ one or all of the following technologies: transmission, networking, and/or surveillance.

The residency host is Creative Mwldan, Cardigan, where the artist will have access to a range of technical equipment and expertise. Creative Mwldan is a centre in West Wales, UK, working with digital creativity. For further information on the host visit www.mwldan.co.uk.

Fee: There is a fee of 4,800 (40 days), materials budget of 2,000, and outreach travel of 250.

Deadline: Posted applications should be received by FRIDAY 29th APRIL 2005. Shortlisted artists will be notified on 6th May, interviews will be held in Cardigan, West Wales.

Selection Panel: Hannah Firth (Curator, Chapter/ Festival Director), Steve Knight (Director, Creative Mwldan), Walt Warrilow (Project Manager, Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales), and Emma Posey (Director, Bloc/Festival Director).

MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES is Cardiff's inaugural festival of creative technology - a three-day programme of events being held across the capital. The festival is being developed between bloc and Chapter. The residency programme for the festival is supported and managed by Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales), the national organisation for public art in Wales. The festival residencies are supported through the National Lottery celebration of Cardiff 2005.

Festival Theme:
Artists are increasingly engaged with or inspired by digital technology - exploring consumer and communication technologies such as the worldwide web, mobile networks, file sharing, and computer gaming. Because digital technology is a participatory medium with global reach, artists tend to explore digital technology in the context of public and shared spheres. Often digital art is situated somewhere between public art - albeit in a dematerialised form - and street culture where the technology itself is used as a 'site' for the production and presentation of art works. Although digital technology is often claimed to go beyond physical limitations, engagement with technology is always embedded in, or grounded in, real spaces and places whether this is explored from a user or network perspective.

The residency form part of the festival's core programme where artists are being invited to investigate the 'places' where digital technologies become grounded in a geographical and social context. It is anticipated that the work from the residencies will have a strong presence in Cardiff during the festival period - 28th to 30th October 2005. All commissioned works shown at the festival will negotiate with the specifics of the location at various 'sites' in order to bring about activity and exchange beyond the gallery.

The residency is open to an artist or group of artists and cover a period spent with the residency host between June and November this year (the timing of the residencies is negotiable although the work must be made evident during the festival period).

If you have any questions or would like to have an informal discussion about the residency please email Walt Warrilow: walt@cywaithcymru.org.

Applicants should post their CV, a proposal of no more than 1 side of A4 stating ref: Convergence, and supporting visual material in slide or CD format to:
Convergence
Cywaith Cymru . Artworks Wales
Crichton House
11-12 Mount Stuart Square
Cardiff
CF10 5EE
UK

T: +44 (0)29 2048 9543
F: +44 (0)29 2046 5458
www.cywaithcymru.org
e: walt@cywaithcymru.org


OPPORTUNITY

MAY YOU PARTICIPATE IN A DIGITAL WORLD RESIDENCY, mobile studio, North Wales, UK


Deadline:
Fri Apr 08, 2005 00:00

ONE OF THREE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES IN WALES, UK
OPEN TO ALL ARTISTS WORLDWIDE

as part of the programme for MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES, Cardiff festival of creative technology, 28th to 30th October 2005

The BBC Wales New Media’s mobile studio is a touring bus which has onboard a broadcast production studio with wireless broadband internet access, a network of six PCs, a large TV/plasma screen, a Sony HDV broadcast TV camera, digital cameras and scanners. Travelling with the bus is a driver, a producer, a community researcher, and a Lifelong Learning advisor. All the staff are bilingual (Welsh/English). The bus is a partnership between BBC Wales, The Welsh Language Board and University of Wales, Bangor.

Through this residency the artist/s will address the festival’s theme of investigating the ‘places’ where digital technologies become grounded in a geographical and social context. Through the project the artist/s will realise a work that encourages and extends the public’s initial or early contact with digital technology. The project will focus on community participation and exchange and will need to be structured to manage both Welsh and English language content.

It is anticipated that the artist will fully utilise the technology available in the mobile studio, the expertise of the crew, and the studio’s portability. It is anticipated that the work will have a strong visual/audio presence in Cardiff during the festival. The work will also have dual visibility at Oriel Mostyn gallery, Llandudno, North Wales during the three-days of the Cardiff-based festival (www.mostyn.org).

During the residency the artist will be based in North Wales at the BBC’s mobile studio. The bus has a schedule which takes it throughout North Wales and the appointed artist/s will work with the bus team to schedule stops.

The artist will also have access to support from the BBC’s main office in Cardiff. BBC Wales New Media is the cross-media, online, interactive and mobile department within BBC Wales. For further information on the host visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales.

MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES is Cardiff’s inaugural festival of creative technology - a three-day programme of events being held across the capital. The festival is being developed between bloc and Chapter. The residency programme for the festival is supported and managed by Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales), the national organisation for public art in Wales. The festival residencies are supported through the National Lottery celebration of Cardiff 2005.

Festival Theme:
Artists are increasingly engaged with or inspired by digital technology - exploring consumer and communication technologies such as the worldwide web, mobile networks, file sharing, and computer gaming. Because digital technology is a participatory medium with global reach, artists tend to explore digital technology in the context of public and shared spheres. Often digital art is situated somewhere between public art - albeit in a dematerialised form - and street culture where the technology itself is used as a ‘site’ for the production and presentation of art works. Although digital technology is often claimed to go beyond physical limitations, engagement with technology is always embedded in, or grounded in, real spaces and places whether this is explored from a user or network perspective.

The Residencies
The residencies form part of the festival’s core programme where artists are being invited to investigate the ‘places’ where digital technologies become grounded in a geographical and social context. It is anticipated that the work from the residencies will have a strong presence in Cardiff during the festival period - 28th to 30th October 2005. All commissioned works shown at the festival will negotiate with the specifics of the location at various ‘sites’ in order to bring about activity and exchange beyond the gallery.

The residencies are open to an artist or group of artists and cover a period spent with the residency host between June and November this year (the timing of the residencies is negotiable although the work must be made evident during the festival period).

Fee: There is a fee of 3,600 (30 days), material budget of 750, and outreach travel of 250.

Deadline: Posted applications should be received by FRIDAY 29th APRIL 2005. Shortlisted artists will be notified on 6th May, interviews are to be held in Welshpool, Mid-Wales on the 1st June.

Selection Panel: Hannah Firth (Curator, Chapter/ Festival Director), Emma Posey (Director, Bloc/Festival Director), Iain Tweedale (Editor, BBC Wales New Media), and Walt Warrilow (Project Manager, Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales).

If you have any questions or would like to have an informal discussion about this residency please email Walt Warrilow: walt@cywaithcymru.org.

Applicants should post their CV, a proposal of no more than 1 side of A4 stating ref: May you participate in a digital world, and supporting visual material in slide or CD format to:
May you participate in a digital world
Cywaith Cymru . Artworks Wales
Crichton House
11-12 Mount Stuart Square
Cardiff
CF10 5EE
UK

T: +44 (0)29 2048 9543
F: +44 (0)29 2046 5458
www.cywaithcymru.org
e: walt@cywaithcymru.org