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!! '''Creating the tools – Call for Artworks and Artist’s Presentations''' ([[(Attach:)cae2011-cfa.pdf|PDF version]])
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! Creating the tools – Call for Artworks and Artist’s Presentations\\
([[(Attach:)cae2011-cfa.pdf|PDF version]])
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Submissions should comprise of a PDF file as the descriptive overview (proposed catalogue entry) and be accompanied by a single zip archive containing all other files (maximum size 5 MB). Please submit to the online portal '''[[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]]''' by the deadline of April 25th, 2011 (%color=red%'''extended'''%%). When starting a new submission, please select the “Computational Aesthetics: Artworks” track.
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Submissions should comprise of a PDF file as the descriptive overview (proposed catalogue entry) and be accompanied by a single zip archive containing all other files (maximum size 5 MB). Please submit to the online portal '''[[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]]''' by the deadline of April 25th, 2011 (%color=green%'''extended'''%%). When starting a new submission, please select the “Computational Aesthetics: Artworks” track.
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Monday, 18 April 2011 19:54:18 GMT by ChristianRichardt - extended deadline for arts track
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Submissions should comprise of a PDF file as the descriptive overview (proposed catalogue entry) and be accompanied by a single zip archive containing all other files (maximum size 5 MB). Please submit to the online portal '''[[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]]''' by the deadline of April 18th, 2011. When starting a new submission, please select the “Computational Aesthetics: Artworks” track.
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Submissions should comprise of a PDF file as the descriptive overview (proposed catalogue entry) and be accompanied by a single zip archive containing all other files (maximum size 5 MB). Please submit to the online portal '''[[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]]''' by the deadline of April 25th, 2011 (%color=red%'''extended'''%%). When starting a new submission, please select the “Computational Aesthetics: Artworks” track.
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Tuesday, 12 April 2011 14:25:27 GMT by ChristianRichardt - clarifications
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Submissions should comprise of a PDF file as the descriptive overview (proposed catalogue entry) and be accompanied by a single zip archive containing all other files (maximum size 5 MB). Please submit to the online portal below by the deadline of April 18th, 2011.
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Submissions should comprise of a PDF file as the descriptive overview (proposed catalogue entry) and be accompanied by a single zip archive containing all other files (maximum size 5 MB). Please submit to the online portal '''[[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]]''' by the deadline of April 18th, 2011. When starting a new submission, please select the “Computational Aesthetics: Artworks” track.
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Please note: Computational Aesthetics regrets no funding is available for travel, shipping or artist fees. Artists are expecting to apply for funding from their local institutions or granting agencies. Invited artists will be sent an official letter of acceptance.

!! '''Submission site'''

The submission site and template information will be announced here in due course.
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Paper submissions should be made via the CAe conference management system at [[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]].
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submissions should be made via the Computational Aesthetics conference management system at '''[[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]]'''. When starting a new submission, please select the “Computational Aesthetics: Arts” track.
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Please note: Computational Aesthetics regrets no funding is available for travel, shipping or artist fees. Artists are expecting to apply for funding from their local institutions or granting agencies. Invited artists will be sent an official letter of acceptance.

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submissions should be made via the Computational Aesthetics conference management system at '''[[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]]'''. When starting a new submission, please select the “Computational Aesthetics: Arts” track.
Monday, 7 March 2011 15:53:45 GMT by ChristianRichardt - link to submission page
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Paper submissions should be made via the Computational Aesthetics conference management system at '''[[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]]'''. When starting a new submission, please select the “Computational Aesthetics: Arts” track.
Friday, 4 March 2011 22:00:08 GMT by ChristianRichardt - added link to PDF version
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!! '''Creating the tools – Call for Artworks and Artist’s Presentations''' ([[(Attach:)cae2011-cfa.pdf|PDF version]])
Thursday, 24 February 2011 16:23:03 GMT by ChristianRichardt - Added media partner
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[[http://www.computational-aesthetics.org/2011/]]
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[[http://www.computational-aesthetics.org/2011/]]

!! '''Media Partner'''
[[http://www.weave.de/|Attach:weave-de.png"WEAVE.de"
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Thursday, 24 February 2011 16:16:14 GMT by ChristianRichardt - arts call
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!! '''Computational Aesthetics 2011 – Call for Artworks'''

''Will be published by mid-February 2011.''
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!! '''Creating the tools – Call for Artworks and Artist's Presentations'''(:if false:)([[(Attach:)cae2011-cfp.pdf|Download as PDF]])(:ifend:)

Many digital images testify of the software with which they were created
. At times, the specific aesthetics of the software is predominant over the style and aesthetic choices of the creator of these images. Creators who work with computational tools are wise to consider that they are interacting with a history of software creation and a context of visual culture within which these tools have been programmed.

Writing the software that underlies these computational tools is a cultural activity with a significant (but often overlooked) creative impact. The programmers of these computational tools define cultural processes as they shape code with their own mental images and worldviews. Whether conscious of this influence or not, these programmers enter into creative communication with the users of their software, and become co-creators of the aesthetic output. Frieder Nake, the German pioneer of computer art, stated that “Artificial Art” has its aim in controlling the process of the image, not in the production of the image itself, implying that those who make new processes of image creation possible participate in artistic practice beyond purely technical contributions.

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'''Call for Entries'''

We want to emphasize the role of software creation as an aesthetic cultural activity, and are soliciting artwork and papers/artist’s presentations that explore this space. We are calling for submissions and presentations of expressive tools and works created via these tools, which highlight the cultural impact of computational aesthetics. We invite programmers with an open spirit to submit creative software, filters and plug-ins, artificial intelligences for metacreation, or re-purposed software tools. We also encourage submissions of artworks that directly thematize the software in which they were created.

Submissions may include computational tools and the artifacts that were produced with their help. Specific examples include, but are not limited to:

* artworks that employ real-time visual processing;
* artworks that employ computer graphics on the web;
* 2D or 3D artworks that run on stand-alone consoles;
* virtual worlds created for the web;
* Artist presentations, posters or screenings that explore topics related to computer graphics, modeling, and/or real-time visuals; and
* Prints, pictures or artifacts produced through custom-built software-tools.

Artists may submit an art work or a paper/artist’s presentation, or both. Artworks will be part of a curated Art Show, accepted works will be listed in the catalogue and mentioned in the arts editorial of the conference proceedings. Papers will be peer reviewed – accepted manuscripts will be included in the conference proceedings which will be published and printed in the Eurographics Workshop and Symposia Series, and will be listed in the Eurographics and ACM Digital Libraries.

!! '''Artwork Submissions'''

Submitted artworks should be original works created in the past three years. Artworks should be stand-alone and must be able to be run on a typical computer console with web access.

For artworks, please send proposals including:
* descriptive overview (proposed catalogue entry) half page A4;
* a detailed listing of your technical needs, including the equipment you will provide and your space requirements, including diagrams for the setup (if applicable);
* images, sound samples, video;
* a link to a website which shows examples of the work you will be presenting; and
* artist’s resume/biography and artist’s statement.

Submissions should comprise of a PDF file as the descriptive overview (proposed catalogue entry) and be accompanied by a single zip archive containing all other files (maximum size 5 MB). Please submit to the online portal below by the deadline of April 18th, 2011.

!! '''Submission of Papers / Artist’s Presentations'''

Papers must be written in English, must be formatted according to the EG publication guidelines (see the templates for [[(Attach:)cae2011-latex.zip|LaTeX]] and [[(Attach:)cae2011-word.doc|Word]]), and should be no longer than 8 pages. The submission is single-blind, so please format your paper camera-ready, including author names and affiliations. For other word processors than LaTex, submitters are requested to rebuild [[(Attach:)cae2011-template.pdf|this example]].

Please note: Computational Aesthetics regrets no funding is available for travel, shipping or artist fees. Artists are expecting to apply for funding from their local institutions or granting agencies. Invited artists will be sent an official letter of acceptance.

!! '''Submission site'''

The submission site and template information will be announced here in due course.
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Paper submissions should be made via the CAe conference management system at [[https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CSN2011/]].
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!!'''Important Dates'''

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(:cellnr:)Submission deadline:
(:cell:)Monday 18 April 2011
(:cellnr:)Acceptance notification:
(:cell:)Monday 30 May 2011
(:cellnr:)Camera-ready deadline:
(:cell:)Monday 13 June 2011
(:cellnr:)Conference:
(:cell:)Friday 5 – Sunday 7 August 2011
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!! '''Arts Chairs'''
[[http://www.siat.sfu.ca/faculty/Andres-Wanner/ | Andres Wanner]], Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada\\
[[http://allenbevans.com/ | Allen Bevans]], Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada

!! '''Further Information'''
Email: [[(mailto:)cae11@sfu.ca]]\\
[[http://www.computational-aesthetics.org/2011/]]
Friday, 4 February 2011 10:42:21 GMT by ChristianRichardt - Stub
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!! '''Computational Aesthetics 2011 – Call for Artworks'''

''Will be published by mid-February 2011.''