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Fall is just around the corner, so get started on the arts season with these cyber-events! 
This month
Calculated Risks
Artist's Professional Toolbox
Spring will be here ...
You still have a couple of weeks to see PARTLYCLOUDYMOSTLYSUNNY, a terrific exhibition by our friend and frequent Boston Cyberarts Festival collaborator Andrew Neumann.  His work is on view at the Center for Photography at Woodstock in upstate New York, through September 12.
Incorporating LCD screens, exposed wires, motorized parts, language, codes, sound, photographs, film, and more, Andrew's "industrial wall panels" cause viewers to question and conflate disparate modes of representation. He incorporates outright contradictions - still and moving images, electronic and organic components - to explore the relationship between technology and the world it is meant to serve.
Founded in 1977, the Center for Photography at Woodstock is an artist-centered organization dedicated to supporting artists working in photography and related media. CPW is located at 59 Tinker Street in Woodstock, NY.  For more information, call 845.679.9957, email , or visit the website.
Image: Andrew Neumann,
Wish You Were Here
Calculated Risks at Wellesley
david teng olsenFlashes of Moby Dick and Greenpeace collide in Dreamcatcher Harpoon, David Teng Olsen's five-channel animation. The work is brought to life as objects in the gallery sense the approach of visitors and set the work in motion. The piece combines animations that unfold on all sides before the viewer's eyes, together with background chatter taken from childhood recordings, and addresses human as well as nonhuman interactions and spatial relationships.
Olsen's work is part of "Calculated Risks," an exhibition on view at the Davis Museum and Cultural Center September 15 through December 12, showcasing the inventive diversity among the faculty studio artists in Wellesley College's Art Department.  Featuring twelve artists who range from the emerging to the internationally acclaimed, the exhibition displays a wide range of approaches to different media, including innovative interactive new media, video installations, painting, sculpture, drawing, animation, collage, photography and film. Plenty for Cyberarts fans to enjoy!
You're invited to the opening on September 15 from 5:30-7:30pm. Zili Misik and the Cercie Miller Quartet will be performing at 7:30pm.  The Davis Museum and Cultural Center is located on the campus of Wellesley College.  For more information, visit the website

Image: David Teng Olsen, Dreamcatcher Harpoon, whale detail
Artist's Professional Toolbox
Hoping to make a living with your art but not sure how to get started?  Well, we have the program for you!
APT LogoThe Arts & Business Council is now accepting applications for the 2009-2010 "Artist's Professional Toolbox" program.  The Toolbox is a program designed to empower emerging and practicing artists to succeed in the business aspects of being a professional artist.  Initially offered in 2005-2006, the Toolbox has been praised by participating artists as a comprehensive and empowering program that has helped them take charge of their careers.
The Toolbox curriculum was developed in response to surveys and focus groups with over 800 working artists, as well as input from gallery owners, art dealers, museum directors and other professionals. The program addresses three main areas identified as being of chief interest to artists: career planning, marketing, and financial/legal issues. APT also includes sessions with a professional career coach, a portfolio review - plus the chance to network with 130 artists who have graduated from the program in the past five years!

The deadline to apply for this year's program is September 24.  For information and an application, visit the website. 
Spring will be here before you know it ...
tomie hahnThe next Boston Cyberarts Festival is scheduled for April 22-May 8, 2011, and now's the time we need to get participating organizations lined up.
If you're an organization and are considering an art-and-technology-related show for spring of 2011, we'd love to hear from you. If you're a cyberartist but are not connected with a particular organization, you can use our Apropos database to see if you can find a home for your cyber-project.
Past Festivals have involved 50 or more organizations, including museums, galleries, dance and music organizations, educational institutions, and others. We'd love to include you! 
If you'd like to discuss this more, contact us at  
Image: Dancer Tomie Hahn at the 2001 Festival 
Thanks to our Sponsors!
Boston Cyberarts extends a special thanks to our many generous sponsors.  We couldn't do the work we do without you! 

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1330 Boylston
Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
Art New England
Arts Boston
Cage & Pixelyze
Koundakjian & Co
LEF Foundation
Phoenix Media Communications Group
Tech Superpowers
The MathWorks

And many other generous institutions and individuals.
We would love to work with your company on upcoming Boston Cyberarts projects!  Please contact George Fifield at 617.524.2109 or email for information on becoming a sponsor.
Contact us!
If you have cyber-events coming up that you think the Boston Cyberarts family would be interested in, please send information and an image to .  We'll happily include your stuff if we get it in time and if we have space.
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