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ArtCamp

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ArtCamp

 

ArtCamp is the World's First un-Conference on Art. We are calling it an un-conference, but you can also think of it as a BarCamp about Art, a gathering that uses Open Space Technology, an Open-Source Conference, or just as an opportunity to get together during the New Forms Festival in Vancouver on September 21, 2006 to meet, greet, learn, collaborate, mashup, and share practices and ideas about art, media, networks and technology. An un-conference operates on concepts that connect to the internet, such as wikis and open source culture, but the event happens in physical space.

 

Things to know:

*No spectators, only participants.

*Attendees must give a demo, a session, or help with one, or otherwise volunteer / contribute in some way to support the event. All presentations are scheduled the day they happen. Prepare in advance, but come early to get a slot on the wall.

ArtCamp is free and open to everyone but you must sign up on the Wiki. http://artcamp.pbwiki.com/Participants

*What: ArtCamp: The World's First un-Conference on Art

*Where: Vancouver, Canada

*When: September 21, 2006

*Who: You

*Why: Because Art is fun and we like sharing

ArtCamp is co-presented by Upgrade!Vancouver and the New Forms Festival.

For more information: email Kate Armstrong : kate at katearmstrong dot com

ArtCamp on NowPublic

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