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Re: [BKARTS] digital print panel

For those of you in the NYC area you may be interested in a panel that I
am on at the School of Visual Arts, Friday, March 3. I will be disuccing
my artwork, bookarts, prints, and photographs and the impact of digital
Hilary Lorenz

Here are the specifics:

Friday, March 3, 2006, 7pm
At the School Visual Arts
209 East 23rd Street, NYC.
Doors open at 6:30 PM, panels start at 7 PM.

How has the Digital Revolution altered
the domains of printmaking and photography?
Will they survive as distinct fine art media?

The "Digital Revolution" challenges the entire production and nature of
images. Photography and printmaking bear the brunt of change and
challenge because of their very nature: flat, 2-D, reproducible. We
have all adjusted by now but to what precisely? What are the
challenges, the adjustments and changes? By, to and for whom? What is
the impact on artists, academic art departments, curators and
collectors? Will printmaking and photography even survive as distinct
art media? Are they co-mingling into a new media called 2D digital
imaging? If so, what are the standards, if any, among artists who work
in digital printmaking and photography, in art schools, and for those
who curate and collect? Are there uniform standards? Does this new
emergence affect past standards and structures as well as the future of
art objects and the ways we approach them? The panel is composed of
representatives from each area of expertise and artists from both
traditional and digital media.

Moderator: Richard Leslie, art historian, critic, professor at SVA and
SUNY Stony Brook, NY
Edward W. Earle, Curator of Digital Media, International Center of
Photography, NYCy
Hilary Lorenz, Visual Arts and Professor at Long Island University,
Brooklyn Campus
Eleni Mylonas, Visual Artist
Michal Smith, Director of the Print Center, Philly; co-owner Silicon
Gallery Fine Art Prints
Charles Traub, Director of The School of Visual Arts MFA Photography
Video & Related Media Dept.
Organizer: Cynthia J. Pannucci, Founder/Director, Art & Science
Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI)

Panels are held at the School of Visual Arts (SVA), 209 East 23rd
Street, NYC. Doors open at 6:30 PM, panels start at 7 PM. $7 general
admission, $3 students and seniors with ID, free to passholders & SVA
For  more information see: http://www.asci.org/

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