Open call: The W:OW Project – interactive

/ February 2, 2017

JavaMuseum has been re-activated for the next couple of years, being responsible for the interactive section of the W:OW Project – We Are One World – The open call for interactive work can be found on Deadline: 1 September 2017

call: JavaMuseum 2010 – Celebrate!

/ August 15, 2009

10 Years JavaMuseum – the 10th anniversary – a reason to celebrate! JavaMuseum invites artists active on the field of new, digital and electronic media who created or create “netart” to submit their Internet based works orginating from the past 10 years (2000-2010). This call is ongoing and valid from 1 September 2009-1 September 2010. JavaMuseum is planning to launch

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call: Netart features 2009

/ June 20, 2008

JavaMuseum is pleased to launch the call for netart to be featured on JavaMuseum in 2009 Read the details

call: a + b = ba?

/ January 16, 2007

Call for proposals extended deadline 31 July 2007 ——————————- a + b = ba ? [art + blog = blogart?] JavaMuseum – is starting its 2nd phase by publishing on open call focussing on the question whether blogs and/or blogging can be tools for creating a new type of net based art. The launch of this new project in September

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CFP: JAP – JavaMuseum Article Project announced

/ August 7, 2006

JavaMuseum announces the next project environment on the way to its relaunch in 2007. JAP – JavaMuseum Article Project, a project which will basically collect articles & papers on questions of Internet based art, technology used in Internet based art, art & technology in general etc and will form this way a forum for discussing these issues, as well. A call

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Survey—>10 questions on Internet based art

/ April 23, 2006

10 questions on Internet based art extended deadline 1 June 2006 –> JavaMuseum – Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art is currently preparing “JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project” & invites via this open call professionals and “amateurs” to answer 10 questions on Internet based art , in order to enable a broader discussion about the still undervalued genre of

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