still/open: anat new media labs 2007
brisbane lab call for applications
ANAT still/open new media lab is looking for 15 applicants to attend the Brisbane Lab. You can be an artists, scientists, writers or developers. The Lab will be free series of workshops and forums held 15 + 16 September @ QUT Creative Industries Precinct, Musk Avenue, Kelvin Grove, Brisbane
about the anat labs
Still Open will be as a series of free two-day workshops during September in Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane, each accompanied by a public evening forum. Facilitators will work with 15 artists, scientists, writers and developers in each city to introduce open source modes of thinking and resources for collaborative and distributed development; to provide hands on experience; and to initiate local networks and projects.
Still Open focuses on both the practice and theory of open source which can be applied through networked art and software development, print and online publishing, and in the scientific arena where the open science movement encourages a collaborative environment in which science can be pursued by anyone who is inspired to discover something new about the natural world.
The Lab facilitators for 2007 will be Beatriz da Costa (USA), Andy Nicholson (Aust) and Alessandro Ludovico (Italy) will be in each city to introduce modes of thinking and resources for open source, collaborative and distributed development; to provide hands on experience; and to initiate local networks and projects.
CCau staff Elliott Bledsoe and Jessica Coates will be presenting on Creative Commons at the Brisbane Lab. Elliott Bledsoe will be presenting in Perth and Jessica Coates will be presenting in Melbourne.
venues + dates
Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane details are:
Melbourne: 6 +7 September @ Digital Harbour, 1010 Latrobe Street, Docklands, Melbourne
Perth: 11 + 12th September @ The Bakery Artrage Complex, 233 James Street, Northbridge, Perth
Brisbane: 15 + 16th September @ QUT Creative Industries Precinct, Musk Avenue, Kelvin Grove, Brisbane
See also the ANAT still/open homepage.