Cornelia Sollfrank on Sat, 26 Feb 2000 13:38:58 +0100 (CET)

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>After announcing the first annual SFMOMA Webby Prize for Excellence in
>Online Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and the
>International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS) have created
>additional award, the CYBERFEMMY. As the
>SFMOMA Webby Prize for Excellence in Online Art aims to honor the
>innovative work of net artists of all kinds, the CYBERFEMMY is adressed
>especially to projects with an explicit cyberfeminist orientation.
>Named for the fastest growing community on the net, the cyberfeminist
>movement, the CYBERFEMMY Award will be given each year to an individual
>demonstrating unique vision and commitment to the transformation of the
>culture through cyberfeminist intervention.
>An increasing number of women is working in the field of new technologies,
>creating the cultural framing of the digital medium as an experimental
>area. The broad field of cyberfeminism structures a collective laboratory
>of artistic, scientific and political tactics. The CYBERFEMMY Award has
>been put up to recognize and encourage
>cyberfeminist activities in the on-line medium around the world.
>The SFMOMA CYBERFEMMY Award for innovative cyberfeminist work will offer
>20,000 to a woman artist, woman theorist or woman activist (or a group)
>a body of work whose primary focus is to be experienced on-line and that
>explores and expands the distinctive capacity of the on-line medium.
>Winners will have their work exhibited in a special women only ""
>on SFMOMA's new online gallery site, to be launched in mid-February 2000.
>The call for entries will open February 21 and close March 14, 2000.
>Winners will be announced, together with the winners of the The WEBBY
>Awards 2000, on May 11 in San Francisco. For more information on guidelines
>and entry procedures please mail to:
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