February 14, 2019
Roundtable Lunch + Experimental Filmmaker Craig Baldwin + Real Startup + Serpentine Augmented Architecture
Reminder! RSVP Today for a Roundtable Lunch with Alum Tim Liu
Friday, February 22nd, Tim Liu will be visiting campus and will have a roundtable lunch with IDeATe students, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. in IDeATe Studio B. Liu graduated from Carnegie Mellon with degrees in Information Systems and Business. He is eager to chat with IDeATe students about their academic and professional interests. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by Friday, February 15th.
Real Startup 2019
Entrepreneurs in the music, entertainment, and creative technology industry should join this year's Real Startup. It's a two-week experiential workshop based in San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Student teams will work with Real Industry's network of 300+ industry mentors and have VIP access and on-site visits to nearly 20 leading companies including Apple, Facebook, Warner Music Group, Google, Native Instruments, Adobe, Ableton, Dolby, Sonos, Bose, Pandora, Autodesk, Sennheiser, and more. An info session webinar will be February 19th and applications are due March 1st for sessions in May and June. For more information, visit realindustry.org.
Libraries Speaker Series: Craig Baldwin
Filmmaker, artist, and curator Craig Baldwin will visit Hunt Library on Thursday, February 28th, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., in IDeATe Studio A. Baldwin's creative interests involve the repurposing and remixing of found imagery. In his films, he reassembles footage from educational, industrial and other cinema sources to create genre defying alternative histories with manic visual rhythms. In his Orphan Morphin' presentation, he “surfs the wave of obsolescence” using spoken word, graphics and motion picture clips to advocate for the radical re-working of marginalized film material in the forms of collage, compilation-doc and speculative fiction. For more information and to register, please visit cmu.libcal.com.
You have rad ideas, you just need some funds to make it happen. You should apply for SURG or SURF!
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) are open to ALL undergraduates interested in any form of research. Awards are $3500 for eight to ten weeks of full-time summer research on campus in any field of study. Small Undergraduate Research Grants (SURG) are open to ALL undergraduates in any discipline, freshmen-seniors. Grants are available of up to $500 for single entries and up to $1,000 for group entries to cover such things as the costs of supplies and materials, time on laboratory equipment, or travel to another city for data.
If you're interested in learning more, visit cmu.edu/uro or attend one of the upcoming SURG/SURF Application Workshops: February 21st, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. in GHC 5222 or February 24th, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. in GHC 4211.
Serpentine Augmented Architecture
The Serpentine Galleries in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture, together with the internationally acclaimed architect Sir David Adjaye, OBE have launched Serpentine Augmented Architecture: a global open call for creative practitioners to design ground-breaking architectural structures to be developed and experienced in augmented reality on site at the Serpentine Galleries in London. For more information about this opportunity and to apply, visit augmentedarchitecture.org.
Internships, Volunteer, and Paid Positions Available at Black Tech Nation
Black Tech Nation is growing their organization. They are actively seeking interns and volunteers for roles as Digital Designer, Events Manager, Community Engagement Coordinator, Video Producer, Web Developer/Manager. For more information on these positions, contact BTN via their website.
Don't miss your chance to submit your incredible, pace-setting work to SIGGRAPH 2019. With submissions for Appy Hour, Courses, Emerging Technologies, Groovy Graphics, Panels, Production Sessions, Studio, and Talks closing on February 12th, time is waning on the submissions clock. Your work will be missed if not submitted, so don't let us down—share your work today!
Hedy Lamarr Achievement Award
DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group is pleased to announce the third annual Hedy Lamarr Achievement Award for Emerging Leaders in Entertainment Technology, which recognizes female college students in their junior year whose studies in the fields of entertainment and technology have shown exceptional promise. Last year's award was presented to a Carnegie Mellon student! Applications for the $10,000 award are due February 15th. For more information and to download the application, visit degonline.org.
Anderson Ranch Arts Center - Summer Workshop Scholarships and Internships
Anderson Ranch is dedicated to offering opportunities to promising artists and increasing access to our programs for a diverse group of participants. They have scholarships available for their summer workshops and internship opportunities in areas like ceramics, digital fabrication, and development. For more information, visit andersonranch.org.
Call for submissions: 2019 New Media Caucus
In September 2019, the University of Michigan Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design will host the New Media Caucus 2019 symposium and exhibition, Border Control. The New Media Caucus seeks to bring together artists and scholars to critically engage relevant topics. They are seeking submissions, due February 28th, for artwork and/or symposium presentations. To submit your proposal, visit bordercontrol.newmediacaucus.org.
HackPGH will be hosting a hacker and maker event, the PGH WinterHack, on February 23rd. The event will take place at the space at 1936 Fifth Avenue in the Uptown district of Pittsburgh. It will be a great opportunity to meet other hackers and makers, promote your projects and HackPGH, and celebrate the late winter season! Great projects have already been scheduled. The event will feature a musical Tesla coil, woodworking and CNC, laser cutting, 3D printing, crafts, and more! Exhibition spaces are still available! We're looking for projects involving making with electronics, wood, metal, and other materials, hardware and software hacking / customization, technology-based art and music, arts and crafts, retro computing and the demoscene, frontier technology, hacking culture, security, personal freedom, technology and society, and STEM education. To apply, please email a short proposal to email@example.com. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis. Space is extremely limited so please consider applying soon. We would also love help with setting up, tearing town, and safety spotting. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to assist with these tasks.
Tough Art Residency Program
The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh announces a request for proposals for its annual Tough Art Residency Program. The residency invites artists to work in the museum to develop and create artworks that will be exhibited fall/winter 2019. Applications are due March 31, 2019. Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
Allen Chi Gaming Scholarship
The 2019 Allen Chi Gaming Scholarship will award 25 scholarships in amounts ranging from $1000 to $5000 to students studying toward a career in gaming. Information and the online application is available at allenchi.org. Deadline to apply is April 30th, 2019.