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From: 
      1    Dead Letter Office <postmaster {AT} deadletters.com>
      2    roberta <roberta {AT} tsc4.com>
      3    "g r e g o r y . c h a t o n s k y" <rank {AT} incident.net>
      4    onestar {AT} onestar.net
      5    "SMART Project Space" <smartps {AT} xs4all.nl>
      6    valery grancher <vgrancher {AT} nomemory.org>
      7    Rafael Lozano-Hemmer <rafael {AT} csi.com>
      8    "fran ilich" <ilich {AT} sputnik.com.mx>
      9    "teleferique" <teleferique {AT} magic.fr>
      10   MATTHEW LENNON <M_LENNON {AT} email.msn.com>
      11   forecast <forecast {AT} sirius.com>

Subject: 
         1    Call for Submissions
         2    workshop "Visual Arts and New Technologies"
         3    INVITATION_sous-terre_dans_le_m=E9tro=2C_dans_le_r=E9seau=2C_p
         4    Paul-Armand Gette at onestar press collection of books by arti
         5    Opening new SMART Project Space
         6    [Fwd: Fw: Channel too]
         7    cfp -- Vida 3.0 / Life 3.0
         8    1er concurso de expresion digital
         9    lOOp de Makoto Yoshihara
         10   culturetext: a new online journal
         11   Fwd: IMMEDIATE PART-TIME INSTRUCTOR OPENINGS FOR MULTIMEDIA AT 

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Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 15:04:07 -0400
Subject: Call for Submissions
From: Dead Letter Office <postmaster {AT} deadletters.com>

Dear friends,

We are still looking for submissions for our July installment of the Dead
Letter Office web site (http://www.deadletters.com). We have varied our
content widely in recent months to include any document or object that seems
to fall under the category "dead letter." This does not mean submissions
must have a "dead letter" theme or any stylistic feel in particular. They
just have to be dead letters of some sort.

To give a better idea of our varied content, our current update includes not
only the usual fare of fiction, non-fiction and poetry, but some twisted and
comical correspondence between one man, Daniel Arp, and two corporations:
StarKist and Amazon.com. ("Shall I shop and compare thee to a summer's day
sale at Wal-Mart?" he asks of Amazon's new Lawn & Product Store. "Thy lawn
product prices are more moderate, and more fair.")

Next month, the centerpiece of our issue will be a serialized full-length
memoir by Margo Perin narrowly rejected for publication by Simon & Schuster
and two other publishing houses due to office politics. Then in August, we
will be memorializing a late, great master among dead letter writers, Robert
Lansberry, whose tireless correspondence with the FBI and Walter Mondale led
to his arrest and acquisition of the label "chronic letter writer" from
government officials. In the end, however, he triumphed: he obtained his
long-sought-after FBI file through Freedom of Information laws, and a copy
of this file has been retained and will be excerpted by our office.

So you see, we are looking for anything interesting, anything rejected. We
are not looking for works you feel were worthy of rejection, however. And we
are not looking only for works that have been rejected for publication.
Those never-shown, long-held-dear manuscripts in your locked desk drawers
will do us just fine. Get your keys. We won't tear them to shreds. And we'll
actually read them.

Send submissions to this e-mail account or to:

The Dead Letter Office
P.O. Box 81236
Pittsburgh, PA  15217

Help us celebrate the Dead Letter writer in all of us and submit. Wouldn't
you like to see your name in darks? Next update: July 23. Keep those letters
pouring in!

Spoken true,
Ms. Patti Lyle Collins
Postmaster
http://www.deadletters.com/

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Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 12:30:41 +0200
From: roberta <roberta {AT} tsc4.com>
Subject: workshop "Visual Arts and New Technologies"

VANT 2000
Jointly organized by
University of Bologna and University of North Texas at Denton
July, 24-27, 2000
Bologna, Italy

http://www.cs.unibo.it/vant2000

The Visual Arts and Computer Science departments of the University of
Bologna (Italy) and the University of North Texas (TX) are pleased to
announce the workshop entitled "Visual Arts and New Technologies".

the workshop is a sort of experiment: in fact the italian academic
system has never been discussing these topics.

It is addressed to researchers, professionals and students with either a
scientific or humanistic background.
Tutorials of pratical and theoretical interest will be held by highly
qualified art historians, scientists, experts in new technologies and
artists.
The aim of the school is to favour cross-fertilization and live
discussion of viewpoints amongst all involved.
A Web Site will be made available a couple of months before the
beginning of the workshop in order to collect contributions from
scholars from different disciplines on problematic issues proposed by
the Scientific Committee

The main topics of the workshop will include:
-History and theory of Electronic Arts
-experiences in applying digital technologies in the in the visual arts.

-Visual arts programs and Media labs: a selected survey

Please, visit our web site for more details about the program

http://www.cs.unibo.it/vant2000/

enjoy
R

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From: "g r e g o r y . c h a t o n s k y" <rank {AT} incident.net>
To: "Gregory Chatonsky" <rank {AT} incident.net>
Subject: INVITATION_sous-terre_dans_le_m=E9tro=2C_dans_le_r=E9seau=2C_par_
     votre_anonymat?
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 13:35:18 +0200

SOUS-TERRE, the subnetwork

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Un site Internet de Grégory Chatonsky sur le métro, le réseau et l'anonymat
/
A Web Site by Gregory Chatonsky about the subway, the network and the
anonymity.

Sur Internet le 26 juin 2000 / On Internet 26 june 2000 
http://www.sous-terre.net
Alt url = http://www.cicv.fr/creation_artistique/online/sous-terre/

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  Sous terre, le métro, la mémoire d'un siècle, son organisation interne,
son histoire. Ses tunnels, des voyageurs qui passent et repassent. Toute une
vie que nous oublions sous les rues.
  SOUS-TERRE ne ressemble à aucun autre site. Le cybernaute n'y vient pas
pour consulter des informations. SOUS-TERRE se dérobe à l'instrumentalité du
Net. Il faut changer de ryhtme, ralentir, s'arrêter, suspendre un instant le
flux du cyberespace.
  Les images y sont obscures pour que la clarté du jour et l'obscurité de la
nuit influent sur ce qui est visible à l'écran. La navigation imprévisible
est un sampling continu, on ne sait jamais sur quoi on va tomber. C'est un
labyrinthe dans lequel il s'agit de se perdre volontairement.
  SOUS-TERRE est un lieu vivant qui évolue au cours du temps. Au départ un
espace vide, les internautes viennent y laisser des messages email, morceaux
d'une fiction dont nul ne connaît la fin et qui se constituera
progressivement au fil des interactions. Chaque partie a un nombre de places
limitées. Lorsqu'elles seront toutes remplies par les utilisateurs, l'ouvre
existera.
  SOUS-TERRE est un espace narratif et u-topique qui relie le métro au Web :
un réseau où l'anonymat permet les rencontres et les surprises.
  Nous sommes de passage sur le réseau, nous allons d'un endroit à un autre
et nous sommes plusieurs, à différents endroits de la planète, à être
connectés en même temps au même site.

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SOUS-TERRE est produit par la RATP (mission du centenaire), hébergé par le
Centre International de Création Vidéo, conçu et réalisé par Grégory
Chatonsky

Pour toutes informations complémentaires / For all additional informations 
subnetwork {AT} cicv.fr
Dossier de presse disponible / Press kit available 

http://www.cicv.fr/creation_artistique/online/sous-terre/barre/infos/htm/pre
ss.htm

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Gregory Chatonsky
rank {AT} incident.net
http://www.incident.net
tel : +33 (0)1 43 61 46 65

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Autres travaux « sur » Internet / Others art works « on » Internet 

INCIDENT OF THE LAST CENTURY 1999 - SARAJEVO = http://www.cicv.fr/incident/
FRONTIERES DEPAYSEES V 2.0 = http://www.cicv.fr/3rives/
LA VITESSE DU SILENCE = http://www.incident.net/works/vitesse/silence/
NERVURES = http://www.incident.net/works/nervures/

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From: onestar {AT} onestar.net
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 13:17:58 +0200
Subject: Paul-Armand Gette at onestar press collection of books by artists

Onestar Press "a collection of books by artists":

Paul-Armand Gette, "Voyage"

[Image]

Check out this new book at and see the original photo by
Paul-Armand Gette that accompanies the 30 deluxe copies of "Voyage"
http://www.onestar.net/getteweb

Regular edition:100 French Francs
Deluxe edition signed and numbered: 700 French Francs

-------------------------------------------------

For previous and forthcoming titles of our collection of books by
artists please go to:
http://www.onestar.net/press

order at:
onestar {AT} onestar.net

-------------------------------------------------

http://onestar.net
http://artistbookarchive.com


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From: "SMART Project Space" <smartps {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: Opening new SMART Project Space
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 16:51:08 +0200


SMART Project Space | 1e Constantijn Huygensstraat 20, Amsterdam

SMART Project Space requests the pleasure of your company at the opening 
of:

the new SMART Project Space (400m2) with cinema (100m2), mediacafé
(140m2) and 30 studios for visual artists.

Blissful Abandon | Group show organised by Thomas Peutz, with work by: 
Robin van 't Haar, =DAna Henry, Arthur Kleinjan, Pim Komen & Karen 
Murphy and Bego=F1a Mu=F1oz.

Dreams About Reality | screenings of Japanse Art-cinema and video art, 
with work by: Asao Kako, Hakamada Hiroyuki, Harada Ippei, Jun Manjume, 
Kawanaka Nobuhiro, Kojima Noriaki, Miura Junko, Mori Fumitake, Murakami 
Kenji, Obitani Takumi, Onishi Kenji, Oki Hiroyuki, Right Wing Production 
Company, Saiki Hiromi, Suzuki Shiroyasu, Takefuji Kayo, Uda Atsuko, Wada 
Junko, Yamazaki Mikio. Dreams About Reality is part of the official 
celebration of 400 years of Japanese-Dutch relations.

www.smartprojectspace.net | Under the headings of Digi Personas, 
Intimate Virtuality, Interactive Poetry & Narration, Reality-Fiction and 
Net.Art Theory, net-art is presented by (amongst others): Doug Aitken, 
Studer v/d Berg, David Blair, Joachim Blank & Karl Heinz Jeron, Natalie 
Bookchin, Zush Evrugo, Valery Grancher, Eva Grubinger, Group Z, Jenny 
Holzer, Andreja Kuluncic, Mouchette, Nellie Rothvee, Florian Schneider, 
Debra Solomon, Jaka Zeleznikar, Jodi Zellen, Olia Zialina & Michael 
Samyn. The net-art collection is curated be Iris Hoppe; the web-site 
designed by Yariv Alter-Fin.

Friday June 23, 21.00 hours

After opening party with deejays Faco Fett and Bart Fader.

SMART Project Space is sponsored by: Mondriaan Stichting, Mentrum, 
Gemeente Amsterdam/Broedplaats, Stadsdeel Oud West, De Digitale Stad, 
het ThuisKopie Fonds, Condor, Beam Systems, Terraneo

SMART Project Space | www.smartprojectspace.net
1e Constantijn Huygensstraat 20 (exhibition space)
Keizersgracht 720, NL-1017 EW Amsterdam (office)
P.O.Box 15004, NL-1001 MA Amsterdam (mail address)
Phone: +31 20 427.5951 / 427.5952
Phone/fax.: +31 20 420.6028
Email: smartps {AT} xs4all.nl

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Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 20:01:43 +0200
From: valery grancher <vgrancher {AT} nomemory.org>
Organization: artiste
Subject: [Fwd: Fw: Channel too]

Bobman wrote:

>                              CHANNEL TOO
>
>                    Video and digital art exhibition
>
>                              live at the
>
> Association for Visual Arts, Metropolitan Gallery Cape Town 35 Church
>                         Street and web cast on
>
>                          www.channeltoo.co.za
>
>                       http://www.nomemory.org,
>
>                     from 10 th July to 22 th July
>
>                           special opening on
>
>                       Friday 14 th July at 18h00
>
>                with invited international video jockeys
>
>                                   j
>
>                             Special guests
>
>                       Valery Grancher ( France )
>
>                        http://www.nomemory.org,
>
>                      Evelyne Knoeppel ( France )
>
>            http://www.idiom.com/~ocremel/ekoeppel/video.htm
>
>                       Mo Diener ( Switzerland )
>
>                             Malcolm Payne
>
>                             (South Africa)
>
>                            Gregg Smith (SA)
>
>                           Tracy Gander (SA)
>
>                             www.fur.co.za
>
>                                FUR (SA)
>
>         Matt Hindley (SA transmitting live from Kyoto Japan )
>
>                       www.voodootv.com/plastico
>
>                           Serguei Nikokochev
>
>                               ( Russia)
>
>                          plus special guests
>
>                                  ikha
>
> Call 083 910 1235 from 10th July for special Lovephone voice messages
>                                   by
>
>             Gregg Smith sound constructed by Warrick Soney
>
>                     normal cellphone charges apply
>
>   Channel too is administered by Robert Weinek and Mara Verna on the
>                          behalf of Public Eye
>
>  Special thanks to French Institute, Telkom, Voiceport.com, Arts and
>  Culture trust, Penny Pinchers city branch, Worldonline, Prohelvetia
>    arts council of Switzerland, SCAN SHOPand TELJOY amongst others
>
>   Gallery hours: Monday to Friday 10h00 to 17h00, Saterday 10h00 to
>                                 13h00
>
>                             closed Sunday
>
>                             tel 424 74 36
>
>                     PUBLIC EYE bobman {AT} iafrica.com
>
>                                THE END
>

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Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 20:47:23 -0700
From: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer <rafael {AT} csi.com>
Subject: cfp -- Vida 3.0 / Life 3.0

x x x  Please excuse us if you have already received this  x x x
x x x  Disculpe si ha recibido múltiples copias de este mensaje  x x x

VIDA 3.0 Concurso Internacional - Convocatoria

Nos gustaría recibir obras artísticas para la segunda edición de una
competición internacional sobre "arte y vida artificial". Estamos buscando
obras realizadas en el medio electrónico y digital que investiguen en el campo
de la vida artificial. Invitamos a los artistas que utilizan técnicas de
síntesis digital de vida artificial y aquellos artistas electrónicos cuyos
intereses conceptuales estén relacionados con la vida sintética y la evolución
artificial, a que nos presenten obras basadas en técnicas como la genética
digital, robótica autónoma, algoritmos caóticos recursivos, cogni-bots, virus
informáticos, avatares, comportamientos evolutivos o ecosistemas virtuales.

Un jurado internacional (Daniel Canogar, Joe Faith, Machiko Kusahara, Rafael
Lozano-Hemmer, Sally Jane Norman y Nell Tenhaaf) concederá tres premios en
metálico -el primero, de 5.000 dólares EEUU, el segundo, de 3.500 dólares y el
tercero de 1.500 dólares- además de siete menciones especiales para los
proyectos mas innovadores dentro del arte electrónico en relación con la vida
artificial. Además, los trabajos reconocidos con un premio económico o una
mención especial, estarán incluidos en un video "Lo Mejor de VIDA 3.0" que se
exhibirá en programas especiales de televisión y festivales de todo el mundo.
La decisión del jurado se basará en la documentación en video que se enviará
junto al impreso de inscripción. La fecha ultima para la presentación de obras
es el 28 de septiembre del 2000.

El concurso está patrocinado por la Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, España.

Para mas información sobre las condiciones de la competición y el impreso de
inscripción, consulte la página web http://www.telefonica.es/fat/vida3

Para cualquier consulta sobre los requisitos para participar en el concurso
dirigirse a: Nell Tenhaaf, Directora Artística <tenhaaf {AT} yorku.ca>

Para cualquier otra consulta: Ana Parga <fat {AT} telefonica.es>

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

LIFE 3.0 International Competition - Call for Participation

This is a call for submission of art works to the second edition of an
international competition on "art and artificial life." We are looking for
works in electronic and digital media that cross over with the field of a-life
research. Artists whose work uses digital synthesis techniques and whose
conceptual concerns are related to synthetic life and artificial evolution, are
invited to submit their pieces. The work may employ techniques such as digital
genetics, autonomous robotics, recursive chaotic algorithms, knowbots, computer
viruses, avatars, evolving behaviours or virtual ecosystems.

An international jury (Daniel Canogar, Joe Faith, Machiko Kusahara, Rafael
Lozano-Hemmer, Sally Jane Norman and Nell Tenhaaf) will grant three cash
awards, with a first prize of US $5,000 (2nd Prize:$3,500 - 3rd Prize:$1,500),
plus seven honorary mentions to the most innovative electronic art projects
related to a-life. Furthermore, works that are awarded a monetary prize or
selected for an honorary mention will be included in a "Best of LIFE 3.0" video
which will be aired on specialty television programs and circulated at
festivals worldwide. Assessment will be based on video documentation submitted
along with an application form. The deadline for submission is Thursday
September 28, 2000.

The Life 3.0 International Competition is sponsored by the Fundación Telefónica
in Madrid, Spain.

For further submission information and the application form, please see
http://www.telefonica.es/fat/vida3

For questions concerning eligibility of entries: Nell Tenhaaf, Artistic
Director <tenhaaf {AT} yorku.ca>

All other inquiries: Ana Parga <fat {AT} telefonica.es>

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From: "fran ilich" <ilich {AT} sputnik.com.mx>
Subject: 1er concurso de expresion digital
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 18:10:58 -0600

1er concurso de expresión digital

Invitan: Sputnik.com.mx, Virgin Records México y la Gira Virtual de
Plastilina Mosh.

1.- Podrán participar todas las personas que así lo deseen enviando un
proyecto de expresión en formato digital.

2.- Los participantes podrán envíar trabajos en cualquier formato digital,
ya sean imágenes, websites, interactivos, cine digital, textos, software,
buscadores, browsers, net.art o cualquier otro tipo de expresión digital,
siempre y cuando el tema sea Juan Manuel.

3.- El tema del concurso es Juan Manuel. La
definición/conceptualización/etcétera, etcétera de Juan Manuel es libre,
pero el tema deberá en todos los casos ser Juan Manuel.

4.- El material puede ser enviado por correo electrónico a
pmosh {AT} sputnik.com.mx o físicamente a donato guerra #9 col. Juárez cp 06600,
México DF.

5.- El material debe ser inédito.

6.- La fecha de recepción de trabajos es del 15 de junio al 10 de julio del
2000.

7.- Solamente habrá un ganador, y el premio consistirá en un par de boletos
de primera fila y acceso VIP a uno de los conciertos de Plastilina Mosh en
la ciudad donde viva el ganador; la publicación del material dentro del
próximo sencillo y, como bono de la revista Sputnik Cultura Digital, un chip
cpu AMD de 1 gigahertz.

8.- El ganador cederá automáticamente los derechos de publicación, desde el
momento en que participa en esta convocatoria.

9.- El jurado será formado por reconocidas figuras de la cultura digital a
nivel internacional.

10. El jurado podrá declarar nulos los premios si, a su juicio, las obras
presentadas no reúnen la calidad necesaria. Y en todo caso la decisión del
jurado será inapelable.

11. La organización se reserva el derecho de no admitir los trabajos que
incumplan alguno de estos requisitos y no se compromete a la devolución de
los originales.

12. La participación en este concurso supone la aceptación, sin excepciones,
de las presentes bases.

nos vemos en el futuro.

ilich.
editor sputnik bits.
co-editor sputnik atomos.

http://www.sputnik.com.mx
http://calarts.edu/~ntntnt/
http://egroups.com/group/cinematik
http://loquesea.com.mx/electronik
http://www.kein.org/pipermail/tj/

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From: "teleferique" <teleferique {AT} magic.fr>
Subject: lOOp de Makoto Yoshihara
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2000 16:16:43 +0200

francais /



"lOOp" de Makoto Yoshihara (nouvelle version).
( programme  sonore pour MAC ) 
 est a telecharger sur Teleferique

le manuel en francais* 

le manuel en japonais*

    

http://www.teleferique.org est un site de telechargement artistique, une 
plate-forme de diffusion de fichiers et programmes informatiques pour PC 
et/ou MAC. La diffusion de t=E9l=E9f=E9rique se r=E9sume en 2 
activit=E9s : "on line" par son site Internet et "off line" par ses 
demos dans des espaces physiques (vid=E9oprojections, interfaces, objets 
connexes).


*lOOp 
ftp://www.491.org/teleferique/Y/yoshihara/lOOp/AVANT_DE_TELECHARGER.html
*manuel francais  
ftp://www.491.org/teleferique/Y/yoshihara/lOOp/Manual-F.html
*manuel japonais 
ftp://www.491.org/teleferique/Y/yoshihara/lOOp/Manual-J.html


-------------------------------------------------------------------------

english/


"lOOp"  by Makoto Yoshihara
( sound program for Mac )
is available on Teleferique

the french manual*

the japanese one*


http://www.teleferique.org is a downloading site, a distribution space 
for multimedia files and computer programs (PC and/or MAC). Most of 
those freeware or shareware works aren't usable online, they are to be 
downloaded and installed at home. We collaborate with multimedia artists 
and programmers. T=E9l=E9f=E9rique has two diffusion activities : 
Internet publishing with file repository, and live events with 
videoprojections that take place in art-spaces.


*lOOp 
ftp://www.491.org/teleferique/Y/yoshihara/lOOp/AVANT_DE_TELECHARGER.html
*manuel francais  
ftp://www.491.org/teleferique/Y/yoshihara/lOOp/Manual-F.html
*manuel japonais 
ftp://www.491.org/teleferique/Y/yoshihara/lOOp/Manual-J.html



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From: MATTHEW LENNON <M_LENNON {AT} email.msn.com>
Date: Sunday, June 25, 2000 4:49 AM
Subject: culturetext: a new online journal

I wanted to make you aware of www.culturetext.com as we're looking for
content from people like you.  Essentially we have built a shell and hope
you'll fill it with articles, interviews...expanding the dialog on
international cultural policies, integration of technology into cultural
issues/projects.

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Subject: Fwd: IMMEDIATE PART-TIME INSTRUCTOR OPENINGS FOR MULTIMEDIA AT DVC...
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2000 16:58:49 -0700
From: forecast <forecast {AT} sirius.com>

June 21, 2000

This is to let you know that the Diablo Valley College Multimedia
Department in California has the following immediate openings for fall 
2000 Part-Time
Multimedia Instructor positions. The first day of instruction is August
21, 2000.  We are hiring immediately for these positions. I would like
to solicit your assistance in spreading the word to others who might
benefit from knowing about these openings.

To apply for one or more of the positions below, please send a resume
via email as soon as possible to:  msteidel {AT} dvc.edu.  Hard copy resumes
can be addressed to:  Mark Steidel, Multimedia Department, Diablo Valley
College, 321 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill, CA  94523.  After receipt of
the resume, interviews will be arranged as appropriate in the shortest
timeframe possible.

If you have questions or would like additional information, please leave
a message at: 925/685-1230, ext. 788.  Also, for general information
about our program, check out our website at:
http://www.dvc.edu/multimedia

Thank you for helping us get the word out!


Mark Steidel, Project Director
925/685-1230, ext. 788

*********************************


DIABLO VALLEY COLLEGE MULTIMEDIA DEPARTMENT
IMMEDIATE PART-TIME INSTRUCTOR OPENINGS
FOR FALL 2000, BEGINNING AUGUST 21, 2000:

1)
Advanced Photoshop class, Wednesdays 11am to 2pm.
2 additional lab hours to be arranged.

2)
3D Modeling and Animation using Lightwave, Thursdays 11am to 2pm.
2 additional lab hours to be arranged.

3)
Basics of Multimedia Workstations, Thursdays 7 to 9 pm.

4)
A new section may be added:
Photoshop class, Saturdays 9am to 12 noon.
2 additional lab hours to be arranged.

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