CALL FOR PAPERS
*EVA LONDON 2007*
Electronic Visualisation and the Arts
The EVA London conference is a forum for communicating the uses and implications of electronic visualisation in the arts and culture. Held annually, it is for groups and organisations from a wide range of disciplines to share and promulgate results. The scope includes an inspirational range of perspectives, from policy and strategy to technology and visual and other creative arts. It is a venue for practitioners, researchers, managers, policy makers and suppliers.
Call for Papers: deadline 28 February 2007
We invite offers of papers, which should be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by 28th February 2007. We require a summary of the paper on not more than one page. The title, authors' name, affiliation and contact details should be shown at the top of the page.
Papers may be on any aspect of EVA London's focus on visualisation for the arts and culture, broadly interpreted, including technology, use and users, creative, visual and performing arts and music, strategy, organisational implications and policy.
Acceptance and deadlines
Authors will be notified by the end of March whether their paper is accepted. Papers will be fully refereed and are published as conference preprints and will also be online. Full papers are up to ten A4 pages in length including images and references. The deadline for submitting a full paper will be 14th May.
There will be a discounted rate for speakers' registration for the conference.
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