CADE 2003 (which) end of the line(s)? Venue: Hull School of Art and Design Date: 22-25 April 2003 register online now at www.interactive.humber.ac.uk/cade2003 We are pleased to invite you to register now for CADE 2003. The fifth Computers in Art and Design Education conference will be a forum for sharing ideas, good practice, creative solutions. We will debate the impact that new cutting edge technologies have on our working practices and the changing role within our institutions. We hope you will enjoy the unusual mix of panel discussions, papers, presentations, demonstrations, tutorials, exhibitions/performances and workshops. Keynote Speakers include Gerhard Blechinger (Vice Dean R&D, University for Design and Art, Zurich) and Brian Minards (Director of Learning & Teaching, School of Design, University of Leeds). Outline programme as follows: Tuesday 22 April Day one of the conference commences with a free Postgraduate Forum hosted at Hull Time Based Arts, which will focus on ongoing or recently completed research for PhD and MA students doing relevant research in art, design, media practice and computer science. Registration for the main conference will take place during the afternoon. ArCade IV - opening and evening reception at the University's EICH gallery ArCade iV is the Fourth Open International Exhibition of Electronic Fine Art Prints, an exhibition of international digital prints supported by Apple, which has attracted artists from across the globe Wednesday 23 April Keynote: Professor Gerhardt Blechinger, Vice Dean of Research and Development at the University of Design and Art in Zurich Delegates discuss current media practice and how it relates to new technologies. There will be iTV presentations by Kingston Interactive Television and the BBC, panel discussion chaired by Tom Holley (Creative Director of the Media Centre in Huddersfield), and a range of interesting papers and demonstrations Private View: Alt Zero, an experimental new media installation, at the live art space in the Ferens Art Gallery. The evening is being sponsored by the Visual Arts Data Service, who will be launching their new website at the event. Thursday 24 April Keynote: Anthony Rowe, Squidsoup Current art and design practice and new technologies will be the specific theme for day three, considering a range of papers from academics and practitioners throughout the art and design industry. In conjunction with Hull Film, delegates will be invited to an evening reception at Hull Screen for the showing of experimental digital short films. Friday 25 April Keynote: Brian Minards, Director of Learning and Technology, School of Design, University of Leeds He will join delegates in discussion as to the future of art and design education and how it relates to the new technologies. Please register online at www.interactive.humber.ac.uk/cade2003. For further information contact Sarah Humphreys, University of Lincoln, Hull School of Art and Design, Wilberforce Drive, Hull HU1 3DQ, t: 01482 462195, e: firstname.lastname@example.org w: www.interactive.humber.ac.uk/cade2003 We look forward to seeing you in April!