Calling all students of Art, Media and Design!
DATA 53.0 will showcase outstanding graduate talent.
In Spring 2012, after ten years in operation, DATA would like to take the opportunity to showcase emerging talent and provide a public platform for innovative projects happening across Art, Digital Media, Technology and Interactive Design. We are therefore extending an invitation to graduates to showcase their work at a unique DATA event. This call is open to current students and recent graduates of courses across Fine Art, Digital Media, Interactive Media, Design, Music & Audio Technology, HCI, Ubiquitous Computing etc. from any Irish university.
A maximum of eight graduates will be given the opportunity to present their work at a showcase, to take place this May in Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin. Each of the selected presenters will have a ten minute slot to speak about and demonstrate their project to the public. A prize will be awarded to the best project. The selection panel consists of Rachel O’Dwyer, Conor McGarrigle and Benjamin Gaulon.
How to apply: Go to this link.
Who can apply: Current students enrolled on any graduate or postgraduate course in an Irish IT, College or University. Recent Graduates (Past twelve months). Go to this link and fill out the application form. Deadline: April 30th 2012. However, we will be accepting applications on a rolling basis, so we advise you to get yours in early!
What is Data: The Dublin Art and Technology Association (DATA) was formed in March 2002 with the intention of promoting, exploring, and exhibiting art and technology, both within Ireland and internationally. Based in Dublin, and hosted by Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, DATA is dedicated to showcasing the work of technologists, musicians, and artists, and provides a meeting point for the intersection of these disciplines. The DATA mailing list has over 2000 subscribers and has become the main forum for new media discussion in Ireland.