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   CALL FOR APPLICANTS: SEALAND IDENTITY PROJECT                                   
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   AVM News June 2003                                                              
     "A Virtual Memorial" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>                                 

   VIPER Basel 2003 - Call for entries                                             
     VIPER Competition 2003 <competition {AT} viper.ch>                                   

   Sign up now in support of Cuba                                                  
     "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>                                     

   Malaysia Call for Solidarity                                                    
     "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>                                     

   [Calls] BoringArt.com is calling for Fresh Art                                  
     "Info" <info {AT} boringart.com>                                                     

   BumpList: An Email Community for the Determined                                 
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   Pixxelpoint Newsletter                                                          
     Blaz Erzetic <blaz {AT} erzetich.com>                                                

   LEA educators initiative                                                        
     "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>                                     


Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 09:26:50 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>


Do you also believe that graphic design and visual communication should come
to terms with network society in the fullest sense of the word? Do you agree
that the visionary and the epic should be re-introduced into a design
context obsessed by individual lifestyle? Do you have a passion for fiction
and a weak spot for spy stories? Do you believe that design research - the
development of hypothetical notions and visionary statements - should be a
bigger part of your work, too? Would you like to be part of the design team
for a national identity? Then be introduced to Meta Haven, a one-year
research project initiated by designer Daniel van der Velden at the Jan van
Eyck Academie in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

The objective of this project is to develop a national identity for Sealand,
a mini-state off the British coast. The project, resulting in a printed and
internationally distributed publication, will concern itself with stamps,
money, passports and flags as much as with the network society, the
fictionalisation of history, and the 'data haven'. For a precise outline of
the project, please visit our project on the web:

If you are working in the field of design, or if you are a design or arts
student, and you want to learn and discuss on a more in-depth level what
design will become - and visually create that - you might want to apply to
participate in the Sealand identity project. If accepted, you will profit
from the intellectual climate and generosity of the Jan van Eyck Academie,
an internationally renowned centre for arts, design and theory, located in
the south of the Netherlands near Belgium and Germany, in the city that gave
birth to the European Union. For more information on the conditions of
application and acceptance, please visit http://www.janvaneyck.nl/sealand

Applications are due before September 15, 2003. Proposals should include a
resume and relevant visual material. Please send applications to:
Jan van Eyck Academie, Academieplein 1, 6211 KM Maastricht, Nederland att.
Leon Westenberg t +31 (0)43.3503724, f. +31(0)43.3503759,
e. leon.westenberg {AT} janvaneyck.nl


Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2003 09:20:55 +0200
From: "A Virtual Memorial" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>
Subject: AVM News June 2003

A Virtual Memorial -
Memorial Project against the Forgetting and for Humanity
New Media art project by Agricola de Cologne
Table of Contents:
a) News
b) Features of the month June 2003
Version 7.0 of Violence Online Festival
affiliated with A Virtual Memorial
participated in PEAM 2003 -
Pescara Electronic Art Festival Pescara/Italy 21-25 May 2003

Hurray Violence!! 002
is featuring Francesca da Rimini's new work
"Liberation Range"
just go to: www.newmediafest.org/violence/startviolencey.htm

b) The work:
Urban.early sunday morning_raw
(originating from A Virtual Memorial)
participated in Art from Electric Power Festival Nuremberg/Germany
22-25 May 2003
and still participates in the exhibition "cinemania(c) at Galerija ULUPUH

c) Agricola's "Book of Violence" participates in
"Wandering Library Project" curated by Doron Pollak
at 50th Venice Biennale.

d.) The work "Watch : Seconds forever
(originating from A Virtual Memorial)
participates in June

New in in June -
"Hot Memory!! page
which will feature from now on
artists who are selected for
participating in future versions of
[R]-[R]-[F]- Festival.
All of them deal with the subject memory
in different ways.

Hot Memory! will keep them in hot memory
so that the waiting time does not last too long.

Hot Memory!! 02 features
Nathaniel Stern (South Africa) and his project "hektor.net"
Just go to www.a-virtual-memorial.org or

New month - new subject
c) ***Features of the Month

Selected Memorial Days in June

2003 International Year of Fresh Water

06 June 1944 - D-Day - Normandy Invasion
20 June 2003 - World Refugee Day
25 June 1950 - Begin of Korea War
25 June 2003 - International Day in Support of Victims of Torture
28 June 1919 - Versailles Treaty - end of World War I

*The Features of the Month are monthly changing
collections of multimedia works and links which form in the
totality of the composition an artwork of theirown
to be created on a webpage of theirown
within the Memorial project.*
Features of the Month June 2003

Subject of the Month: Luck!? Providence or miracle?!

Artist of the Month: Nicolas Clauss
Perception 1: luck
Perception 2: society
Perception 3: medicine
Perception 4 : nature
Perception 5: belief
Perception 6: science
Perception 7: stories
Perception 8. True Lies: Paradise' on Earth   by
Agricola de Cologne

Until the next time
all the best,

Wilfried Agricola de Cologne
info {AT} a-virtual-memorial.org
Memorial project against the Forgetting and for Humanity -
ongoing New Media art project by Agricola de Cologne
A short description as PDF file for free download from

Optimized for 1024x768 VGA resolution,
latest browser versions of
MS Internet Explorer, Netscape and Opera
soundcard, Flash 6 required

A Newsletter
is a free InformationService of
NewMediaArtProjectNetwork Public Relations
pr {AT} nmartproject.net

- -the experimental platform for art in Internet -

copyright © 2000-2003 by AGRICOLA de Cologne
All rights reserved.


Date: Mon, 02 Jun 2003 18:13:01 +0100
From: VIPER Competition 2003 <competition {AT} viper.ch>
Subject: VIPER Basel 2003 - Call for entries


VIPER Basel | Competition 2003


Call for entries


VIPER Basel | International Festival for Film Video and New Media
21 - 25 November 2003


Submission: June 30, 2003 (date of the official postal stamp)
Works and projects which are not ready by the closing date for entries can
be entered in the form of indicative documentation material or as a concept
Acceptance decision: August, 2003
Master Setting due: October 10, 2003
Festival dates: November 21 - 25, 2003

Entry is free of charge.
Regulations, registration form, and further information can be downloaded


is an inspiring and high-quality international forum for the presentation
and discovery of innovative tendencies. During its 20 year-old history VIPER
has developed from an avant-garde event to the most important Swiss festival
in the field of film, art and new media. Attracting more than 15.000
visitors, VIPER Basel is focussing on concepts and analysis of phenomena in
society and culture challenged by the contemporary potential of analogue and
digital media. 

will scrutinise aspects of the current culture and media industry under the



VIPER Basel | Competition 2003 | Categories

VIPER Basel has revised its competition.
Works and projects can be submitted to the following categories:



open to works and projects dealing with traditional and/or future forms of
the moving image.
Analogue and digital films/videos, experimental films (including
sound/video), 2D and 3D animations, extended forms of traditional cinema,
linear and non-linear narrative pictorial sequences, scaled displays and
split or multiple screen arrangements can be entered. If desired, these can
be complemented by modes of individual and collective interaction.

open to works and projects the character of which is related to a process or
Systems and installations specially conceived with a view to a local
situation and/or to the inclusion of individual or collective action can be
entered. These include immersive and hybrid (real/virtual) settings,
performances. play and social software applications, smart objects,
intelligent and ambient systems, as well as interface and interaction design
exhibiting competent direction and improvisation as important constants in
the handling of digital information units.

open to works and projects devoted to action and communication in
technologically-defined networks.
Applications, prototypes and concepts using or specifically implementing
network architectures independent of time and/or place can be entered. These
include, for example, locality-bound and distributed systems (LAN/WAN/WIFI
etc.), mobile computing, GPS applications, infrared and blue tooth
connections. Decisive here is an original and experimental use of the
technologically-defined topography as a communication territory.


VIPER Basel | Competition 2003
CH - 4002 Basel
Tel: +41.61.283 27 00
Fax: +41.61.283 27 05
competition {AT} viper.ch



Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2003 00:51:37 +0800
From: "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>
Subject: Sign up now in support of Cuba

Dear Friends,

We are endorsing this request for signatures from Cuban Ambassador to the
Philippines Ramon Medina. This is for a statement opposing what appears to
be US plans to harass/attack/invade Cuba in the guise of anti-terrorism.

Please send this out to as many of our friends and networks as possible.
Thank you.

Teddy Casińo
Secretary General
Bagong Alyansang Makabayan

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

Dear Friends:

The international solidarity with Cuba is evident throughout the world with
the worldwide response to the document: "Call to the Conscience of the
World" .

A growing number of Intellectuals and professionals, writers, artists and
public personalities, from the US, Latin American and the Caribbean, Africa
and Asia, who are warning of the danger hanging over Cuba at a time when
Washington is designing an international fascist tyranny , have made this
message theirs demanding respect for the Cuban people and their
self-determination to build a society in which justice and the most
elemental human values prevail.


The international order has been violated as a consequence of the invasion
against Iraq. A single power is inflicting grave damage to the norms of
understanding, debate and mediation amongst countries. This power has
invoked a series of unverified reasons in order to justify its invasion.
Unilateral action has led to massive loss of civilian life an devastation
of one of the cultural patrimonies of humanity.

We only possess our moral authority, with which we appeal to world
conscience in order to avoid a new violation of the principles, which
inform and guide the global community of nations. At this very moment, a
strong campaign of destabilization against a Latin American nation has been
unleashed. The harassment against Cuba could serve as a pretext for an
invasion. Therefore, we call upon citizens and policy makers to uphold the
universal principles of national sovereignity, respect of territorial
integrity and self-determination, essential to just and peaceful
co-existence among nations.

Mexico, April 30

The number of signatures to this document now totals 2,277. To facilitate
adherence to the document you can visit the web site www.porcuba.cult.cu (
Spanish and English) or sent an e-mail to porcuba {AT} cubarte.cult.cu.

With eternal gratitute for your solidarity,

Ramon A. Medina
Ambassador of Cuba

- ----------------------------------------------------------------
Bagong Alyansang Makabayan
(BAYAN, New Patriotic Alliance)
Office: 23 Maamo St., Sikatuna Village
         Quezon City 1101 Philippines
Tel.:   +63 2 4359151
Fax:    +63 2 9225211
Email:  bayan {AT} myrealbox.com
         bayanphilippines {AT} yahoo.com
Web:    www.bayanorg.pilnet.com
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Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 23:58:00 +0800
From: "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>
Subject: Malaysia Call for Solidarity

Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 01:27:24 +0800
From: "stravinsky"
Subject: Malaysia Call for Solidarity

International Appeal: 6 May 2003

Dear friends,

No to Renewal of ISA Detention! 2 Years is 2 Much!!

In June 2003, the 2-year detention order without trial of six political
prisoners under the draconian Internal Security Act (ISA) of Malaysia will
expire.  These six political prisoners are:

No	Name	Background	Date of Arrest	Date of 2-year detention order served	Date
of detention order expires

1	Tian Chua	Vice president of National Justice Party, labor and human rights
activist	10 April 2001	2 June 2001	2 June 2003

2	Hishamuddin Rais	A film director and a reform movement activist	10 April
2001	2 June 2001	2 June 2003

3	Mohd Ezam Mohd Noor	Youth Chief of National Justice Party	10 April 2001	2
June 2001	2 June 2003

4	Saari Sungib	Reform movement activist	10 April 2001	2 June 2001	2 June

5	Dr Badrulamin Bahrom	Central Committee member of National Justice Party	20
April 2003	13 June 2001	13 June 2003

6	Lokman Adam	Youth leader of National Justice Party	24 April 2001	13 June
2001	13 June 2003

They have been detained in April 2001 prior to a mass demonstration against
the Dr. Mahathir’s authoritarian government to mark the first anniversary of
the injustice imprisonment of former deputy prime minister, Anwar Ibrahim,
whom was convicted on 14 April 2000.

Although Dr. Mahathir’s government has failed to produce even a single shred
of evidence to prove that the six political prisoners had attempted to
overthrow the government through militant means as alleged after two years,
the political prisoners continued to languish in the infamous Kamunting
Detention Camp, deprived of their right to defend themselves in an open
court against the government allegations. Amnesty International has declared
these six political prisoners as prisoners of conscience.

More importantly, on 6 September 2002 the Federal Court of Malaysia had
ruled that the detention of these men were mala fide (in bad faith). This
view was also adopted by the ISA Advisory Board, who recommended that the
six men be released. In a landmark report on the review of the ISA, which
was released on 9 April 2003, the National Human Rights Commission (Suhakam)
has recommended to the Malaysian government to abolish the ISA and replace
it with security laws that comply to human rights.

Actions needed

Under the ISA, the Home Minister will have to decide whether to release or
sign a new 2-year detention order to extend the detention order of a
detainee once the existing detention order expires. We urge you to support
the GMI campaign “No to Renewal of ISA Detention! 2 Years is 2 Much!!” to
stop the unjust detention of these political detainees.

There are many ways you can support this campaign and help the political
prisoners to secure their freedoms. We appeal to your organisation to extend
your support against the unjust detention of these six political prisoners
by organising one or more of the following actions in the period of April –
June 2003:

1.	Send letters via email, fax to the Home Minister before 2 June 2003
calling for the immediate and unconditional release of the political
prisoners, repeal the ISA and not to extend the detention order of the
political prisoners to another two years.

	Minister of Home Affairs & Deputy Prime Minister
	Dato’ Abdullah Haji Ahmad Badawi
	Ministry of Home Affairs (Menteri Dalam Negeri)
	Aras 13, Blok D1
	Parcel D, Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
	65202 Putrajaya, Selangor
	Telegram:	Minister of Home Affairs, Ministry of Home affairs, Selangor,
	Fax:		+ 60 3 8886 8014
	E-mail:		tpm {AT} smpke.jpm.my


Chairman, Human Rights Commission (SUHAKAM)
Ybhg. Tan Sri Abu Talib Othman
Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia
29th Floor, Menara Tun Razak
Jalan Raja Laut 50350
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Fax: 		+ 60 3 2612 5620
E-mail:		humanrights {AT} suhakam. org.my

2.	Send letters or postcards to the political prisoners and their families
to support and encourage their struggle. (You can buy or do your own
postcard or contact GMI for the postcards)

Kamunting Detention Center
34009 Taiping,
Perak, Malaysia

ISA Detainees’ Family Center
24, Jalan SS 7/24,
Kelana Jaya Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia

3.	Pass resolution in your organisation’s meetings or conference before 2
June 2003 calling for the repeal of the Internal Security Act and the
release of the political prisoners. Please send the resolution to the media
and a copy to us. Please find a copy of sample resolution attached.

4.	Issue press statement calling for the repeal of the Internal Security Act
and the release of the political prisoners before 2 June 2003.

5.	Ask your government to voice the concerns over the continuous detention
of the 6 political detainees with the Malaysian government and diplomats
before 2 June 2003 and urge the release of the prisoners.

6.	Ask your Member of Parliament to join MPs worldwide in signing petition
letter before 2 June 2003 calling for the release of the political prisoners
detained under the ISA. Please find attached a copy of the MP petition

7.	Protest in front of the Malaysian embassy or consulate or Malaysian
Airline office in you country and city within April – June 2003 to urge the
Malaysian government to release the political prisoners detained under the

8.	Protest in front of the Malaysian embassy or consulate or Malaysian
Airline office on 2 June 2003 if the detention period of the political
prisoners is extended to another two years without charge, when their first
detention order expires on 2 June 2003.

For more information of the campaign, please visit www.suaram.org/isa

Released by:
Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM)
383, 1st Floor, Jalan 5/59,
Petaling Garden, 46000
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Tel: + 60 3 77843525
Fax: +60 3 77843526
Email: suaram {AT} suaram.org
Web: www.suaram.org/isa

Abolish ISA Movement
Press Statement

1.	The detention order under Section 8 (ISA) of six (6) Reformasi detainees
will end in June 2003. The detention order of Mohd Ezam Mohd Noor, Tian
Chua, Hishamuddin Rais and Saari Sungib will expire on 1 June 2003 and the
detention order of Lokman Adam and Dr. Badrulamin Bahron will end on 12 June

2.	The ISA empowers the Home Affairs Minister to issue further 2-year
detention orders.

3.	GMI appeals to the YAB Dato’ Seri  Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, the Home
Minister not to issue any new detention orders. It would be an unspeakable
injustice to issue a new order because:

i.	The Federal Court on the 6th September 2002 had judged that their
detention was unlawful and mala fide;

ii.	SUHAKAM, the National Human Rights Commission of Malaysia, had
repeatedly called for their release;

iii.	the Advisory Board setup under the ISA has recommended twice to the
Home Minister in December 2002 and May 2003 respectively to stop the
detention orders.

4.	GMI is of the opinion  that there is no more ground for any continued
detention of these six detainees. If the government persist to continue
their detention, GMI demands that the government produce their evidence in
court. Given these circumstances, any extension or renewal of detention of
these six political detainees would completely go against the grain of rule
of law and make a mockery of the democracy of this country. It would send a
strong signal to the general public and the international community that the
rule of law simply does not exist in this country with the government
sweeping aside judgements of court and recommendations of its own statute.

5.	GMI reiterates that the ISA deprives completely the right of the detainee
to an open and fair trial, the right to legal counsel and the right to be
presumed innocent until proven guilty. We call for the immediate and
unconditional release of these six political detainees and would oppose any
renewal of their detention order.

6.	The families of the detainees will visit the Kamunting Detention Camp on
1 June 2003 to demand for the immediate release of their loved ones. The
families convoy will start at 8.00 am at Rawang R&R and arrive at the
Kamunting Detention Camp at 12.00 afternoon.

7.	Gerakan Mansuhkan ISA (GMI) calls on supporters of anti-ISA campaign to
accompany the families to the Kamunting Detention Camp on 1 June 2003 as a
show of solidarity to the detainees and the families. Supporters can join
the families convoy at 8.00 am at the R&R Rawang or 12.00 noon at Kamunting
Detention Camp.

8.	GMI welcomes the timely calls of 41 foreign members of Parliament from
Japan, United Kingdom and The Netherlands in urging our government to
release the six political detainees immediately and not to renew their
detention orders when they expire.

9.	Lastly, GMI calls on the government to accept the recommendation of
Suhakam to repeal the ISA and ends the notorious history of the ISA once and
for all.

Released by,

Zaid Kamaruddin
Chairman of the Working Committee
Gerakan Mansuhkan ISA

Art Tech Cult http://digitalmedia.upd.edu.ph/digiteer/
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Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 21:00:18 +0200
From: "Info" <info {AT} boringart.com>
Subject: [Calls] BoringArt.com is calling for Fresh Art

For immediate release:

 BoringArt.com is calling for artists to submit exhibition proposals of
digital web-based artwork.
In case the proposal is accepted, copyrights and other related issues remain
with the artists.
To exhibit within BoringArt.com will not involve any monetary exhange.
Check out http://www.boringart.com for further reference.
And remember, is your Art Boring enough !!?
Dead-line for submissions is 30/6/03.

AD BoringArt.com

Send your submissions to submissions {AT} boringart.com


Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2003 06:49:04 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: BumpList: An Email Community for the Determined

An Email Community for the Determined

"Try BumpList, it's more fun than being voted off!" - Shii Ann Huang, 
Survivor:Thailand contestant.

BumpList is an emailing list aiming to re-examine the culture and  rules
of online email lists. BumpList only allows for a minimum
amount of subscribers so that when a new person subscribes, the first 
person to subscribe is "bumped", or unsubscribed from the list. Once 
subscribed, you can only be unsubscribed if someone else subscribes  and
"bumps" you off. BumpList actively encourages people to
participate in the list process by requiring them to subscribe
repeatedly if they are bumped off. The focus of the project is to 
determine if by attaching simple rules to communication mediums, the 
method and manner of correspondences that occur as well as behaviors  of
connection will change over time.

For more details (FAQ) and how to subscribe please visit:

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Research Fellow
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Date: Wed, 04 Jun 2003 10:31:35 +0200
From: Blaz Erzetic <blaz {AT} erzetich.com>
Subject: Pixxelpoint Newsletter

Pixxelpoint 2003 - International Computer Art Festival

- -- Newsletter - June 4th 2003 --

Hi to everyone!

We've started receiving artworks for the exposition on Pixxelpoint 2003.
The new site is on where you will find all the necessary information
about joining the festival.

This year brings some changes: there is a theme suggested by a curator -
Jurij Krpan (www.kapelica.org). The theme is 'Pixel City'. Please read
the detailed explanation on our site.

We are awaiting your artworks. Deadline is September 15th 2003.

In case you have a question or comment, don't hesitate to send us an
e-mail at 
info {AT} pixxelpoint.org

Best regards,
Blaz Erzetic & Pixxelpoint staff

If you have received this message by mistake or you don't want to
receive further informations about Pixxelpoint, please kindly reply to
this email with "Remove" in subject line.


Pixxelpoint 2003 - Mednarodni festival racunalniske umetnosti

- -- Novice - 4. junij 2003 --


Priceli smo prejemati dela za Pixxelpoint 2003. Na novih spletnih
straneh lahko dobite vse potrebne informacije glede prijav.

Letos je nekaj sprememb - kuratorski pristop, katerega smo prepustili
Juriju Krpanu (www.kapelica.org), ki je izbral temo 'Pixel City'
(Tockasto mesto). Detaljno razlago teme lahko preberete na nasih
spletnih straneh.

Pricakujemo vasa dela in sicer do 15. septembra letos.
V primeru, da imate kaksno vprasanje ali pripombo, vas vabimo, da nam
le-to posljete na nas elektronski postni predal
info {AT} pixxelpoint.org

Lep pozdrav,
Blaz Erzetic in Pixxelpoint osebje

Ce ste prejeli to sporocilo po pomoti oz. ne zelite vec prejemati novic
o Pixxelpoint-u, prosimo, odpišite na prejeti email z "odstrani" v
naslovni vrstici.


Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2003 20:59:22 +0800
From: "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>
Subject: LEA educators initiative

For Immediate Release
- ----------------

< LEA educators initiative >

Faculty and Students: Receive your FREE subscription to the LEA email
digest at http://mitpress.mit.edu/lea/e-mail

The Leonardo Electronic Almanac (ISSN #1071-4391) is pleased to
announce that it is creating an abstracts index listing of Masters and
PhD theses in the art/science/technology field. Students interested
in contributing should contact leo {AT} mitpress.mit.edu. LEA maintains a
discussion list open only to faculty in the field. Faculty wishing to
join this list should also contact leo {AT} mitpress.mit.edu.

Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) is Leonardo/ISAST and MIT
Press' electronic journal dedicated to providing a forum for
those who are interested in the realm of where art, science, and
technology converge. This peer-reviewed e-journal includes Texts;
Artists using new media; Feature Articles comprised of
theoretical and technical perspectives; the LEA Gallery
exhibiting new media artwork by international artists; detailed
information about new publications in various media; Leonardo
Digital Reviews of publications, events, and exhibitions.

Recent selections include work by Mark Amerika, Linda Carroli,
Choy Kok Kee, Nina Czegledy, Oliver Grau, Teri Hoskin, Patrick
Lambelet, Fatima Lasay, Geert Lovink, William Magee, Robert C.
Morgan, Caleb Stuart, and Alan Wallace.

Job Opportunities submitted to LEA are posted in fineArt forum
(the Internet's longest running arts publication), through a
recent strategic alliance. The Leonardo Bibliographies project
provides reading lists on emerging and key topics in the field.

The Leonardo Pathbreakers and Pioneers Art History Project
provides key primary information for art historians. The LEA
Archive provides comprehensive resource and documentation
information. Access to the password-protected archive is provided
with your LEA subscription.

To send thesis info / join faculty discussion list / other
queries: leo {AT} mitpress.mit.edu

To sign up for free subscription:

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