acma-l Conference 2000 call for participation


Subject: acma-l Conference 2000 call for participation
From: John Young (John.Young@vuw.ac.nz)
Date: Sun Dec 19 1999 - 17:01:17 EST


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>interFACES
>
>Australasian Computer Music Conference 2000
>
>Wednesday 5 July to Saturday 8 July 2000
>
>Calls for Participation
>
> Introduction
> Calls for Works
> Calls for Papers
> Calls for Artist Talks and Workshops
> Registration Procedure
> Submission Instructions
> Contact Details
>
>Introduction
>interFACES will be a conference which focuses upon the relationships
>between artists and audiences, and between musicians and computers. It
>will be a forum to explore research, development, and practical
>application of computers in music making, with particular attention to
>computer-assisted composition, interactive performance, the artist and
>audience, and commercialisation and globalisation. The conference will
>include concerts, paper sessions, artist talks, and workshops. Submissions
>for participation in these activities are now sought.
>Calls for Works
>
>Submission for works for performance in concerts as part of the ACMC 2000
>are now requested.
>
>Computer music is neither a style nor a genre; it is simply music for
>which the use of a computer is necessary - or at least central - to its
>genesis. This encompasses computation of electro-acoustic sonic material
>as well as the computation of a score. Computer music can be instrumental,
>vocal, or electro-acoustic. Generating musical scores by computer is
>generally known as algorithmic composition or computer-aided composition
>(after ICMC 2000, with thanks).
>
>ACMC 2000 welcomes submissions of recorded, acoustic, and mixed works with
>any combination of electronic and acoustic elements. Play back formats
>available will include CD, DAT, Mini Disc, and quadraphonic pieces in
>ADAT, DA88 and Pro Tools formats. A concert featuring acousmatic sound
>projection will be held and composers/performers wishing to specifically
>work in that forum should indicate their preference in the submission.
>
>The availability of acoustic performers for works is limited and
>performance of works is subject to availability of required resources.
>Modest acoustic performance requirements are encouraged.
>
>The Concert Panel prefers submissions of entire completed works for
>consideration, however, outlines and abstracts of partially completed
>works will also be considered.
>Submission Deadline
>By Friday March 31, 2000
>Submission Form
>
>The submission form is available online at acma.asn.au
>
>Call for Papers
>
>Abstracts for conference papers for peer review and publication in the
>conference proceedings are requested.
>
>Topics for papers include but are not limited to:
>
> Computer assisted composition and software development
> Interactive performance and alternative controllers
> The artist and audiences
> Commercialisation, globalisation and computer music
>
>Submission instructions are detailed below.
>Submission Deadline
>
>Friday March 31, 2000 (e-mail timestamp)
>Submission Form
>
>The submission form is available at acma.asn.au. See below for paper
>submission instructions.
>
>
>Artist Talks and Workshops
>
>Finally, we wish to explicitly encourage opportunities for artists to
>discuss previous, ongoing or developing projects, with particular emphasis
>on projects that relate to the conference themes.
>
>These presentations will not be peer reviewed. Abstracts only will be
>published in the conference proceedings. Audio and or video recordings of
>the presentations may be included in the conference CD ROM along with any
>appropriate computer files.
>
>An artist talk will be a short presentation given during the conference in
>a manner similar to a formal paper presentation. A workshop will be an
>extended presentation run prior to, or after, the conference and may or
>may not entail a fee for attendees.
>Submission Deadline
>
>An abstract of the talk or workshop should be submitted by Friday April
>28, 2000 (e-mail timestamp)
>Submission Form
>
>The submission form is available at acma.asn.au. See below for paper
>submission instructions.
>
>
>Registration Procedure
>
>Early Registration (post marked by Friday April 28, 2000)
>ACMA Member AUD$170.00
>Non-Member AUD$190.00
>Student /unemployed AUD$90.00
>Conference dinner (not included in registration) AUD$30.00
>
>Normal Registration (post marked by Friday June 30, 2000)
>ACMA Member AUD$200.00
>Non-Member AUD$220.00
>Student/unemployed AUD$110.00
>Conference dinner (not included in registration) AUD$30.00
>
>On-Site Registration
>ACMA Member AUD$220.00
>Non-Member AUD$240.00
>Student/unemployed AUD$130.00
>Conference dinner (not included in registration) AUD$30.00
>
>Pre-/post-conference Artist Talks & Workshops
>ACMA Member AUD$TBA
>Non-Member AUD$TBA
>
>All payments due in Australian dollars. There are numerous WWW Sites with
>up-to-the-nanosecond exchange rates: try Yahoo Finance Currency Converter
>
>Registration fees include ACMC 2000 Proceedings, the ACMC 2000 Conference
>CD ROM, lunches and refreshments, and admission to all concerts, paper
>sessions, poster sessions, and demonstrations. Additional fees may apply
>for Workshops.
>
>Submission Instructions
>
>The submission form is available at acma.asn.au
>
>Please include all of the following information:
>
>1. Author names and e-mail contact information
>
>Example:
>Horwood, Daniel
>dp.horwood@student.qut.edu.au
>
>
>Brown, Andrew
>a.brown@qut.edu.au
>
>2. Additional contact information for first author
>
>Example:
>Andrew Brown
>Queensland University of Technology
>Victoria Park Road
>Kelvin Grove Q 4059
>Australia
>Tel. (+61) 7 3864 3664
>Fax. (+61) 7 3864 5578
>
>3. Submission type
>
>One of the following:
> Paper (7-8 pages in Proceedings and 30 minutes presentation time,
>including discussion)
> Studio Report (2-3 pages in Proceedings and 10 minutes presentation time)
> Artist Talks (500 word abstract in Proceedings and 30 minutes
>presentation time including discussion)
> Workshop (500 word abstract)
>
>4. Title
>
>Example:
>"The creation of sentient musical phrases through probabilistic processes
>applied to MIDI data."
>
>5. Keywords
>
>Max. 5, delimited by semicolons
>
>Example:
>Artificial Intelligence; MIDI; Gesture Capture; Probability; Composition
>
>6. Content Area
>
>This will be used to choose appropriate readers. Select one from the topic
>list.
>
>Example:
>Other: The role of chance in emergent intelligent behaviour.
>
>7. Resources required for presentation
>
>In particular:
> CD, DAT, Audio Cassette
> Video (VHS: NTSC, PAL; DVD)
> Overhead Projector; Slide Projector
> Computer[s]: Type and min. configuration
> Anything else
>
>Please be as specific as you can. This will assist us in making your
>presentation run as smoothly as possible.
>
>8. Abstract
>
>Not to exceed 500 words. Do not sneak in references to yourself in the
>abstract; the jury process is anonymous.
>
>Contact Details
>
>ACMC 2000
>QUT Music
>Victoria Park Road
>Kelvin Grove Q 4059
>Australia
>
>e-mail: acmc2000@qut.edu.au
>
>Web: acma.asn.au/
>
>Fax: +61 7 3864 5578
>
>
>A n d r e w B r o w n
>==================================
>Voice: +61 7 3864 3664 - Fax: +61 7 3864 5578
>www.academy.qut.edu.au/music/browna
>
>

Dr John Young Email: John.Young@vuw.ac.nz
Director of Electroacoustic Music Studios Voice: +64 4 463-5864
School of Music Fax: +64 4463-5157
Victoria University of Wellington
PO Box 600, Wellington
NEW ZEALAND

http://www.vuw.ac.nz/music/studios/acmc.html



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