ISEA2014 upcoming deadline Monday December 9 and other news:
The 20th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) submission deadline is fast approaching—Monday, December 9, 2013. Submissions for papers, presentations and artworks are being accepted and will be reviewed by the International Programming Committee. The list of exceptional committee members will be launched after the week-long celebrations of the 42nd National Day of the UAE.
Creativity and innovation, are at the forefront of discussions as Dubai won the bid to host EXPO 2020. The ISEA2014 Organizing Committee believes the timing of the 20th International Symposium on Electronic Art in Dubai next November will be an excellent platform in anticipation of the world’s largest exhibition about the future. The ISEA2014 extends its congratulations to Dubai and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for their success.
The ISEA2014 team attended Abu Dhabi Art fair and was hosted by the Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation. Naziha Mestaoui, a new media artist from France, continues her residency with Zayed University, French Embassy/Institut Français, and Abu Dhabi Art Hub, presented a very powerful installation “Sounds of Light.” This followed was followed by several lectures at Zayed University Campus, and the realization of another installation at the Higher Colleges of Technology Women’s Campus in Abu Dhabi.
Artist Residency opportunities are in their final stages of planning. We are expecting several long term and short term funded residencies, as well as partially sponsored opportunities for specific submission projects. Submissions will be encouraged to respond to the subthemes and propose projects that can be realized during the residency or during ISEA2014 in November.
The 20th International Symposium on Electronic Art will be hosted by Zayed University in collaboration with Dubai Convention and Events Bureau (DCEB) – a division of the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM), and other partners, and will engage with a range of cultural and creative partners in the Middle East. The symposium will run from October 30 to November 8, 2013, with pre and post-programming occurring throughout the year.