Celebrate! – netart features

/ February 4, 2011

– Celebrate! –netart features 2010 10 Years JavaMuseum – Forum for Internet Technology http://2010.javamuseum.org Between 1 January and 31 December 2010, JavaMuseum was celebrating its 10th anniversary by releasing the ongoing journal “Celebrate”, featuring 102 artists and including more than 300 netart pieces Now after its completion, “Celebrate!” is representing another excellent resource of netart created by JavaMuseum, dedicated this

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JavaMuseum enters NewMediaFest’2010

/ January 8, 2010

1 On 7 January 2010, JavaMuseum entered NewMediaFest’2010, starting with a series of interviews from JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project Find the daily featured arists’ interviews on http://jip.javamuseum.org/jipblog/?p=111 2. On 8 January, the feature of the month January 2010 was re-launched, i.e 1st of Java – Perspectives on New Media 1st global competition – JavaArtist of the Year Award 3.

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2010 – 10th anniversary of JavaMuseum

/ August 8, 2009

In 2010, JavaMuseum is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Actually founded in autumn 2000, JavaMuseum started in the beginning of 2001 its pioneerlike work in promoting “netart”, at that time, a new art genre, yet. During 10 years, JavaMuseum initiated and organised more than 20 showcases of “netart” in a global context, as an expression of a new global culture. JavaMuseum

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JIP – Interview Project

/ September 4, 2006

JavaMuseum Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art http://www.javamuseum.org/ proudly announces the launch of JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project on its new site – http://jip.javamuseum.org/

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 http://www.javamuseum.org/ 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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