9th ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference: 2nd Call for Creativity (Art/Music) (Sam Ferguson )

Subject: 9th ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference: 2nd Call for Creativity (Art/Music)
From:    Sam Ferguson  <samferguson.ml@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Fri, 15 Feb 2013 11:03:34 +1100

9th ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference: 2nd Call for Creativity (Art/Music) 17th-20th June, 2013, Sydney, Australia. University of Technology, Sydney http://cc13.creativityandcognition.com CALL FOR ARTWORKS, MUSIC, PERFORMANCES and INSTALLATIONS Deadline for submission: 1st March, 2013 Notification: Mid April 2013 We are calling for proposals for artworks, music, performances and installations to be presented in conjunction with the conference. We are seeking a wide variety of artworks related to (but not limited to) the conference theme of `intersections and interactions’. The exhibition of these works will be juried and presentation of works will be integrated into the conference program, in either a concert format, art exhibition or co-located installation, depending on available resources and locations. Formal proposals should be 2 pages in SIGCHI format (see ‘Submission Page’), and should include the elements listed below. The 2-page text of these submissions will be published in the conference proceedings, but appendices (eg. staging diagrams, scores, large photos) should be included as extra pages in the same pdf, and these extra pages need not follow SIGCHI format. For the proceedings the extra pages will not be published, only the formal 2-page submission will be published. Accepted submissions will need to be revised based on reviews and according to guidelines for camera-ready publication to be sent upon notification of acceptance. Please see specific requirements and full 'Call for Creativity' at: http://cc13.creativityandcognition.com/?page_id=43 Submission Method: Easychair Online Submission – see Submission page on the website: http://cc13.creativityandcognition.com/?page_id=179 Conference Organisation Contact: cc13@xxxxxxxx

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