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<nettime-ann> FutureEverything 2010 reviews, video footage and upcoming events

Festival of Art, Music & Ideas
11-14 May 2011


Dates for FutureEverything 2011 announced

Save the date! Next year's FutureEverything Festival of Art, Music & Ideas
will take place on 11-14 May 2011. Look out for details of the early bird
Conference rate coming soon.

FutureEverything 2010 Reviews

FutureEverything 2010 was an astounding success, but don't take our word
for it. Read what the likes of Wired, BBC Online, The Guardian, The Times
said about it.


Conference Keynotes Now Online

Watch a selection of conference keynotes - Ben Cerveny (We Will All Play
Cities Together Like an Instrumental Jam), Dame Wendy Hall (The Emerging
Science of the Web and Why is is Important) and Keri Facer (Learning to
live in interesting times).


BBC Online at FutureEverything 2010 - video

Check out BBC Online's review of FutureEverything, including a filmed
interview with Evan Roth, one of the creators of The Eyewriter.


Blog posts on FutureEverything

Artists, speakers and delegates of FutureEverything 2010 contributed to
the FutureEverything blog. Read insights from Adam Greenfield, Aaron
Koblin and others as well as the excellent day by day Axis blog.


Prime Numerics by Sosolimited - video

Having remixed the US Presidential debates last year, FutureEverything was
delighted to welcome stunning US design group Sosolimited to stage a live
audiovisual remix of the final UK General Election debate. In the apt
surroundings of the People's History Museum, viewers watched Brown,
Cameron and Clegg in their final showdown via a dizzying array of
word-usage analysis, highly stylised charts and visualisations. Watch
highlights here:


Digital and Creative Futures

Vison+Media present a cross sector event exploring important trends in the
digital and creative industries. Following on from The City Debate it will
explore the vision for the Northwest region and its opportunities on the
global stage.

Thursday 1 July 2010, Vision+Media Offices, 1 Broadway, MediaCityUK, Salford


Art of Pervasive Data -
Submissions Deadline Extended

You are invited to submit articles and artworks for a new issue of the
Leonardo Electronic Almanac edited by FutureEverything. This is a
dedicated edition of the leading online journal exploring the
FutureEverything 2010 themes of the city and open data. Deadline extended


Friends of FutureEverything - LIFT France with Fing

FutureEverything is an an event partner in LIFT France. You can benefit
from a special offer to attend LIFT France at a reduced rate of 500
instead of 600, please enter the promotional code lift10fr-fe on the
registration form page.

Marseille, July 5-7


Friends of FutureEverything: Entries now open for The Lever Prize 2011.
Closing date: 30th June 2010

The Lever Prize is awarded annually by the North West Business Leadership
Team in collaboration with Arts & Business North West. It comprises a
£10,000 cash prize, a distinctive trophy created by a North West artist
and an open invitation to collaborate with the member companies of the
NWBLT throughout the prize year.

FutureEverything was the 2010 winner of the Lever Prize and previous
winners have included
the National Football Museum, Liverpool Biennial, Manchester International
Festival and Tate Liverpool.


Friends of FutureEverything: Live2011.com Grand Prix submission deadline,
30 June

With prizes worth over 140,000 euros,  Live2011.com Grand Prix is one of
the biggest media-art & new media competitions in the world. Competition
categories include media-art, online games, interactive art, social media
projects & digital cityspaces.


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