[spectre] Prix Ars Electronica 2004 is open for entries

Ars Electronica Center announce at evil.aec.at
Sat Jan 17 15:33:42 CET 2004

Prix Ars Electronica 2004 is open for entries and starts with a new 
category and an Art and Technology Grant

It is the 18th editition of the foremost International Competition 
for CyberArts. The Prix Ars Electronica will be awarded in the 
following categories:

Computer Animation / Visual Effects
Digital Musics
Interactive Art
Net Vision
Digital Communities

To mark Ars Electronica's 25th anniversary in 2004, it is being 
expanded to include a "Digital Communities" domain dedicated to 
social developments of great current relevance and the art and 
technology grant [the next idea] art and technology grant.

Digital Communities
"Digital Communities" encompasses the wide-ranging social 
consequences of the Internet as well as the latest developments in 
the domain of mobile communications and wireless networks. "Digital 
Communities" will spotlight bold and inspired innovations impacting 
human coexistence, bridging the digital divide regarding gender as 
well as geography, or creating outstanding social software and 
enhancing accessibility of technological-social infrastructure. This 
new category will showcase the political potential of digital and 
networked systems and is thus designed as a forum for a broad 
spectrum of projects, programs, initiatives and phenomena in which 
social innovation is taking place, as itwere, in real time.

[the next idea] art and technology grant
Discovering ideas for tomorrow in young minds today is the aim of 
this grant and focusing on the intersection of art and technology. 
The category's target group includes students at universities, art 
schools, technical schools, and other educational institutions as 
well as creatives from all over the world, aged 19-27, who have 
developed as-yet-unproduced concepts in the fields of media art, 
media design or media technology. The winner receives a grant in the 
amount of 7,500 Euro and will be invited to spend a term as 
Researcher and Artist in Residence at the Ars Electronica Futurelab.

Detailed information about the Prix Ars Electronica 2004 at 
Subscribe now at: http://prixars.aec.at

Entry Deadline: March 12th, 2004

Sponsoring and Support
SAP, Telekom Austria and voestalpine are the Sponsors of the 2004 
Prix Ars Electronica. The competition is made possible through the 
support of the City of Linz and the Province of Upper Austria.
Prix Ars Electronica is supported by: ÷KS ÷sterreichischer 
Kultur-Service, P–stlingbergschl–ss'l, Sony DADC, Spring, KLM

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