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Producing New Media: Money & Law
August 3-5, 2000… Tuition $360 

This is an international program that makes available and develops financing
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Case studies include: networked new media, authoring tools, games, artwork,
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Interactive Screen 0.0: 
August 7-13, 2000… Tuition $3840

An intensive development laboratory in new media project creation and
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The Banff Super Conductor: Network Collaborations: Convergent Services,
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August 18-20, 2000… Tuition $480
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