Boston Cyberarts Festival



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Country and Region United StatesMassachusetts
Type of Festival Dance, Music
Location of Festival Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Festival Contact Information

Boston Cyberarts, Inc.
1330 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215 USA
Voice: 617-524-8495
Fax: +01 617-524-9968
Email: info@bostoncyberarts.org

Festival Description

The Boston Cyberarts Festival takes place on a biennial schedule on odd numbered years. The festival program blends arts and technology across multiple genres where participants use computers to advance traditional visual and performing arts disciplines. International, national, and local participants include artists and high-technology professionals, who create interactive worlds, and exhibitions of visual arts, music, dance, and theatrical performances; film and video, and educational programs. The festival is rounded out with lectures, demonstrations and symposia.

The event venues include Boston and the surrounding area — theaters, museums, galleries, studios, educational institutions, and public spaces. The participants include artists, arts organizations, educators, and high-technology industry professionals.
Audience members include technology and arts professionals and amateurs alike, all ages and interests, and youth.

Festival Dates April 22 - May 8, 2011
Festival Links

http://bostoncyberarts.org/

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Photo slideshow credits (in order of appearance):
  • Event info: Dancing with Mathematica, Part of the Cambridge Science Festival
    • Photograph by Jim Kaye
      Artist: Dawn Kramer
      Image Description: Dawn Kramer in Cracking Presenting org.: Cambridge Science Festival at Broad Institute
  • Event info: Dancing with Mathematica, Part of the Cambridge Science Festival
    • Photo by: Jim Kaye
      Artist: Dawn Kramer
      Image description: Dawn Kramer in Cracking
      Presenting org.: Cambridge Science Festival at Broad Institute
  • Event info: Carlson/Strom: New Performance Video
    • Presenting org.: DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
  • Event info: SYNTAX
    • Artist: Matthew Swarts
      Image description: Untitled, 2006, Pigmented inkjet on aluminum panel, 42 x 30 inches
      Presenting org: Photographic Resource Center at Boston University
  • Event info: Aesthetic Evidence – elements | response
    • Artist: Halsey Burgund
      Image description: Aesthetic Evidence live @ Boston Cyberarts 2007
      Presenting org: MIT Museum

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