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This month
Free Wifi
Radical Reference Librarians
Changing Waters Conversation
Save the Date
New Connections
Get Plugged in
Artist Opportunities

Opening Reception Tonight: Free Wifi in Cambridge

Free WiFi Rendering, 2011, Brian Kane

Brian Kane's Free Wifi

March 14 - May 13, 2011

Opening Reception:

March 14, 2011, 6:00-8:00 pm


Artist Talk moderated by Cyberarts Director George Fifield, May 2, 6pm 


Experience artist Brian Kane's newest floor-to-ceiling sculpture installation from his 'Real Reality Project'. Taking tongue-in-cheek inspiration from popular internet iconography, this Cambridge-based artist extracts images from the 2-D zeitgeist and creates real objects for real spaces.

CAC Gallery is one of three 'Real Reality Project' sculpture sites that will be on view this spring across Massachusetts. Waiting for Google will exhibit as part of Memery at MASS MoCA in North Adams. OMG! will be on view at Hampden Gallery at UMass Amherst. For locations of all three 'Real Reality Project' spring exhibitions click here .


Free WiFi is presented by the Cambridge Arts Council in collaboration with the Boston Cyberarts Festival, a celebration of advancement of traditional visual and performing arts disciplines as well creation of new interactive worlds through the use of technology.


For more information, visit the Cambridge Arts Council's website .

Artists + Researchers Redux: Radical Reference Librarians

Boston's Radical Reference Collective
Boston's Radical Reference Librarians


Artists + Researchers Redux: Radical Reference Librarians

Co-presented by Artists in Context and Boston Radical Reference Collective

Calling all artists, activists and other engaged practitioners. Overwhelmed by the amount of information on the internet? Unable to find the data you know is out there? Confused about the ethics of research? Boston Radical Reference Collective (BRRC) can help! Radical Reference is a collective of volunteer library workers who believe in social justice and equality. They provide professional research support, education and access to information. Join us for our second Researchers+Artists conversation and walk away ready to find and use the wealth of information available.

This event will be especially relevant to artists those whose work and creative practice engages specific social issues, is in some way community- or locally-oriented, or just requires access to information, data, or research resources beyond one's area of expertise BRRC members Alana Kumbier and Heather McCann will discuss freely-available online research resources and ways the BRRC can provide local assistance. After the presentation, we will open up the conversation for questions and discussion of ongoing (or potential) projects.


Friday, March 18, 7:30 pm: meet and greet and snacks; 8 p.m., presentation followed by discussion.


For More information please visit

Changing Waters: A Conversation with the Artist

Nathalie Miebach, Detail of Work in Progress
Nathalie Miebach, Detail of Work in Progress


Nathalie Miebach, Changing Waters: A Conversation with the Artist presents an overview of Miebach's exciting sculptural works are an intriguing intersection of art and science. Join us for an afternoon presentation and discussion with the artist.


Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 2:00pm


Members/students: $7 Non-Members: $18

*includes admission to the museum


Visitors are strongly advised to buy tickets online and in advance. Purchase tickets here .


Save the date!


Friday, May 6, 6:30-9:30pm


Mark your calendars now: the Boston Cyberarts Gala happens on May 6 at Atlantic Wharf. The Gala celebrates the culmination of the Boston Cyberarts Festival and is also the award ceremony for the IMB Innovation Awards for best artwork in the festival. Join us for food, drink, music and prizes for the most creative "cyber" attire! Tickets available for purchase later this month.

We're so connected

Take a look at our brand new 2011 Festival 
website and begin planning your agenda now.


You can also keep up on the latest Cyberarts news and happenings on Facebook and Twitter


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Ready To Get Plugged In? 

The next Boston Cyberarts Festival is scheduled for April 22 - May 8, 2011, just a few months away! We can use all the support you can give!

We are always looking for community participation. Our small staff relies on its volunteers to manage important tasks large & small. Volunteering is an opportunity for close contact with participating artists and organizations.

Get plugged in and help out in the following areas:
-Gallery Sitting
-Guest Writers for our Blog
-Exhibition Installation
-Recruiting Donations
-Selling Merchandise
-Event Documentation

Please contact Autumn Ahn with the subject line "Volunteering" at
Make a Donation:
In the current tough economic climate, it's more important than ever to invest in those organizations that can contribute to the economy, support talented artists, and improve the quality of life for all of us.  Please click here to make a contribution, or snail-mail a check to:

Boston Cyberarts
9 Myrtle St.
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Thanks for your support, and we look forward to seeing you at the next Festival!
George Fifield, Director  

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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Wellington Management
Art New England
Boston Cultural Council

 ...and many other generous institutions and individuals.

Boston Cyberarts is proud to be a partner with Boston Properties and Atlantic Wharf.

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.

Artist Opportunities
Our friends at the Museum of Science are currently accepting stories for their Cosmic Story Slam, as part of Moonwalk MashUp on May 4 -- held in the Museum's newly-renovated planetarium. Stories should be between 2-5 minutes when read aloud. Audience-choice prizes will be awarded for favorite stories and costumes. Entries should be submitted as audio or video files or links, emailed to by March 24.

Any questions, send them to . See you in orbit. 

Contact us!
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