MediaArtHistories International Award (submission deadline 10 May 2015)

Call for Nominations: MediaArtHistories International Award
Deadline: May 10, 2015
On the occasion of its 10th anniversary, the Media Art Histories Conference Board is pleased to announce the inaugural Media Art Histories Award for Outstanding Achievement.
This award will be presented to an individual scholar working in any language who has on a sustained basis and at a very high level contributed to the field. Presentation will occur at the Re-Create 2015 Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology in Montreal, 5-8 November 2015, and individuals will be recognized the award at all future conferences.
The Media Art Histories Board would now like to ask for nominations. Please submit proposals of approximately 500 words describing the nominee’s merit and achievements in scholarship in the histories of the media arts, the arts and science and/or the arts and technology, and related fields.
MISSION
Recognizing the increasing significance of media art for our culture, this conference series for the Histories of Media Art discusses the history of media art within the interdisciplinary and intercultural contexts of the histories of art.
www.mediaarthistory.org
The time for nominations will close on May 10, 2015.
Please submit your proposals to coordination(at)mediaarthistory.org
A committee of board and non-board members will select the MediaArtHistories Award winner.

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