[chuck-users] [livecode] Call for proposals: CMJ live coding videos
alex at slab.org
Fri Dec 3 17:57:23 EST 2010
Thanks for forwarding this Kassen,
Just to make clear that this list was indeed very much on our list of
places to send the call to. We split up the task of sending a personal
announcement to each list between us, but Thor's home net connection
is broken at the mo, hence the slight delay...
It would be really great to have a lot of fine ChucK on the DVD!
On 3 December 2010 22:42, Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com> wrote:
> Fellow ChucKists,
> Bellow is a message from Alex McLean that was posted to various related
> lists but not (yet) here. It might be interesting to some? I'd like to add
> that I personally like seeing completely improvised performances by people
> trying to come to grips with new ideas at least as much as slick pre-planned
> presentations. I'd argue that the former have a bigger chance of sharing
> "public thought" than the latter.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: alex <alex at lurk.org>
> Date: 3 December 2010 18:21
> Subject: [livecode] Call for proposals: CMJ live coding videos
> To: livecode at toplap.org
> Hi all,
> Some exciting news I think -- Thor, Nick and I have been asked to get
> together some live coding videos for a forthcoming issue of Computer
> Music Journal. We've put together a formal call here, feel free to
> share it around:
> The ideal is to have all live coding environments represented,
> including experimental ones, along with all livecoders, active,
> dormant and lurking. So please throw in a proposal - it doesn't have
> to be fully formed or binding at this stage. Unfortunately there
> isn't any funding for any of us, but we hope this will be a really
> good project to be part of, and contributors would keep full copyright
> over their work.
> The deadline for brief proposals is 20th December, with notification
> hopefully by the end of the year. The deadline for submission of
> videos will be 1st April.
> Feel free to bring up ideas for collaborative videos here if you wish...
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