Rachel Clarke
Since 2003
Works in Sacramento, California United States of America

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BIO
Rachel Clarke (born UK) is an artist, writer, curator and and educator living in Sacramento, CA. Clarke is Professor of New Media in the Art Department at California State University, Sacramento.

Clarke is the founding editor of Media-N the CAA New Media Caucus’s international journal of digital and media arts. She served as Editor-in-Chief of Media-N from 2005 – 2011, and is currently serving on the editorial board.

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Call for Papers and Summer Edition: media-N


Dates:
Wed Jun 28, 2006 00:00 - Wed Jun 28, 2006

The special summer edition of the New Media Caucus online journal, media-N is now online at:
http://www.newmediacaucus.org/media-n/current_table.htm
This edition was guest-edited by Mina Cheon, Professor, Foundation and Interactive Media Director of MICA Korea Program at Maryland Institute College of Art

Please also check out our call for papers for the fall edition at:
http://www.newmediacaucus.org/media-n/call.htm
This edition will be guest-edited by Legier Biederman (lbiederm@ucla.edu) and Joshua Callaghan (joshua@joshuacallaghan.com)

Rachel Clarke
Editor-in-Chief
media-N
College Art Association New Media Caucus


EVENT

NMC media-N: Mediated Perspectives


Dates:
Fri Mar 31, 2006 00:00 - Fri Mar 31, 2006

The second edition of the CAA New Media Caucus journal, media-N is now online at: http://www.newmediacaucus.org/media-n/current_table.htm

This edition, "Mediated Perspectives" features papers and commentaries on a range of media arts topics.

The aim of the journal is to reflect the energy and interests of media arts practitioners, educators and theorists. It acts as a voice for new media arts in culture, education and practice. We strongly encourage submission papers, reviews and commentaries for future editions of media-N. Notice that each issue will feature a call for texts for the next and forthcoming edition(s).

Please contact us if you have any questions about the journal submissions, or suggestions for future issues.

Rachel Clarke
Editor-in-Chief, Media-N
rclarke@csus.edu


OPPORTUNITY

media-N journal deadline


Deadline:
Mon Oct 24, 2005 20:19

The deadline is approaching for submissions to the second edition of media-N, the CAA New Media Caucus (NMC) peer-reviewed and invitational journal of digital and media arts (deadline: October 31, 2005).
http://www.newmediacaucus.org/media-n/index.htm
The aim of the journal is to reflect the energy and interests of media
arts practitioners, educators and theorists. Submissions on any new media topic - papers, commentaries, reviews of exhibitions, etc. - are invited for the next edition of the journal.
We seek a broad range of themes to enable us to define the scope of the media-N journal and our readership (you do not have to be a member of NMC to submit).
We also strongly encourage you to submit texts for future editions of media-N. Each issue will feature a call for themed texts for forthcoming editions. We are also seeking guest editors with proposals for themed editions of the journal.

Contact: Rachel Clarke rclarke@csus.edu
Editor-in-Chief, media-N


OPPORTUNITY

media-N/call for submissions


Deadline:
Sun Sep 11, 2005 14:22

The CAA New Media Caucus (NMC) announces the inaugural edition of media-N, peer-reviewed and invitational journal of digital and media arts: http://www.newmediacaucus.org/media-n/index.htm.
The aim of the journal is to reflect the energy and interests of media arts practitioners, educators and theorists.

Submissions on any new media topic - papers, commentaries, reviews of exhibitions, etc. - are invited for the next edition of the journal (deadline: October 31, 2005). We seek a broad range of themes to enable us to define the scope of the media-N journal and our readership (you do not have to be a member of NMC).

We also strongly encourage you to submit texts for future editions of media-N. Each issue will feature a call for themed texts for forthcoming editions. We are also seeking guest editors with proposals for themed editions of the journal.

Please contact:
Rachel Clarke, rclarke@csus.edu
Editor-in-Chief, media-N