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Fire up your creativity! Come to NYC this fall to meet and get inspired by today's most exciting cutting-edge tech artists.
Fire up your creativity! Come to NYC this fall to meet and get inspired by today's most exciting cutting-edge tech artists.
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YESSSS!  We would like to thank Google for sponsoring our speakers' dinner and bringing our Kickstarter up enough to get the entire project funded.

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Thank you Google!

We still have 3 sponsor rewards levels to our Kickstarter.  This is the opportunity for your company to be featured in front of 500 artistic technologists.  Whether you make tools/media for the industry, or marketing/event solutions using software art, are hiring creative coders, or just want to remind our very cool crowd about your brand, don't miss this chance to help the art+tech community thrive!

On November 1, 2013, 40 of the top experts in digital and interactive art installation, data visualization, software art, interactive advertising, 3D printing, electronic sculpture, LED design, projection mapping, mobile art, tech wearables, app development, open source art, augmented reality, hacker art, new media curating, and digital art collecting will gather on stage at the Tishman Auditorium at The New School. Learn more on the LISA2013 website and see videos from last year on the softwareandart YouTube channel.  I tweet at @softwareandart.

 What are the rewards? 

- Conference Tickets. We really want you to attend! 

- Afterparty tickets - this is a great place to mingle, with great visuals by our artist presenters, djs and enough refreshment to keep things flowing! 

- Removable wall decals by LISA2012 speaker Anne Spalter at the $15 and $35 level, your choice.

Wall decals by Anne Spalter
Wall decals by Anne Spalter

- This year's conference tees are all-over prints by Scott Draves and the Electric Sheep (please note - Expect white creases where the ink doesn't reach under the arms and at the seams.  This is your proof that the shirts were placed into the printing press by after they were sewn). 

The LISA2013 Official Conference Shirt
The LISA2013 Official Conference Shirt

- Last year's conference t-shirts - a collector's item!

Selfies of the first LISA Conference t-shirt, born in 2012.
Selfies of the first LISA Conference t-shirt, born in 2012.

- 3D printed necklaces from LISA2013 speaker Mary Huang 

3D printed cube necklace from Mary Huang
3D printed cube necklace from Mary Huang

- A stunning print from LISA2012 speaker Sophie Kahn 

Limited-edition print by Sophie Kahn
Limited-edition print by Sophie Kahn

- A ticket to the Eyeo Festival. I'm not kidding! They're not even on sale yet! Thanks gang for donating this to support LISA. Eyeo features "an incredible set of creative coders, data designers and artists, and attendees -- expect enthralling talks, unique workshops and interactions with open source instigators and super fascinating practitioners. EYEO 2014 is June 10-13 in Minneapolis.

Eyeo Festival Logo
Eyeo Festival Logo

- A dinner with a bunch of LISA alums, cooked by me at our house in Brooklyn.  It's been said I give wonderful dinner parties with good food.  Come over on a mutually-agreed-upon day in 2014 to dine and see some software art demos. You can invite 3 friends. This would be an unmatched family activity, a unique double date, or a special gift for the art and technology lover who doesn't want yet another necklace or tie. 

creative commons image by EverJean on Flickr.com
creative commons image by EverJean on Flickr.com

Who should come to LISA?

Are you a programmer wanting to get more creative?  A creative who wants to get technical?  A web designer who wants to learn new ways of creating spectacular visuals?  Maybe you're an artist, a curator, a collector, a professor, a student, a DIY entrepreneur, or you're in publishing, or marketing.  LISA is here to give you the ideas and the network you need to take your dream to the next level. 

You're there to learn about the latest developments in the field and to meet each other. Maybe you're there to recruit a team of creative coders, or to find a job at a hot agency. Maybe you're there to get ideas for your own project, or meet an artist who can partner with you on your next project. We're reaching out to everyone who works with or cares about art and technology, urging you to come and get inspired. 

 What do you have planned for the conference? 

 We've planned the following schedule (subject to change): 

Thusday, Oct. 31 Artist Open Studios 

Friday, Nov. 1 

8:00-8:30 Registration, Coffee, Pastries 

8:45- 8:50 Opening Remarks 

8:50-9:50 First Panel – From Virtual to Real - Successfully Translating Digital Work to a Collection Context. Moderated by Christiane Paul, Associate Professor, School of Media Studies, The New School, Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts, Whitney Museum.  Confirmed panelists: John F. Simon Jr., Lynn Hershman-Leeson, Lev Manovich and Magda Sawon.

9:50-10:10 Break, Coffee 

10:10-10:40 Keynote Address: Zoë Keating, cellist and technologist 

10:40-11:50 Lightning Artist Talks 

 11:50-1:30 Lunch nearby 

1:30-2:00 Keynote Address II 

2:00-3:00 Second Panel – Open Source Art. What is open source art and why is it important?  How do the economics and participation of open source art work and why does it matter?  Who is doing interesting work in open source today, and what are they making?  In this conversation, our panelists are creators of open source movements and users of open source software.  They discuss different types of open source art, from programming languages and electronics platforms to software art whose code itself is open sourced, and follow the impact of several different systems since their inception. Confirmed panelists: Scott Draves, Stefanie Wuschitz, Evelyn Eastmond and Lauren McCarthy.

3:00-3:30 Break, cookies 3:30-4:20 Lightning Artist Talks 

4:20-5:20 Third Panel – DIY and the stART-up economy.  Do-It-Yourself culture meets the new economy in DIY art, design and technology startups.  What forces are driving the success of these companies?  How does DIY and Maker culture fit in to the digital economy?  How did they get started?  What struggles do they face?  Who are their clients, and their clients’ customers?  Moderator: Sunny Bates.  Confirmed panelists: Hilary Mason, Bre Pettis, Gabriella Levine and Kegan Schouwenburg.

5:20-6:20 Fourth Panel – Creative Coding, Art and Advertising.  What are the values of advertising?  Is there a conflict between art and advertising?  What is different when you are doing advertising vs. doing your own work? What is some of the best commercial software art and creative coding being done today? Moderator: Chick Foxgrover.  Confirmed panelists: Jamie Zigelbaum, Vivian Rosenthal, Margaret Brett-Kearns and Barry Threw. 

6:20-6:30 Wrap 

6:30-8:00 Break for Dinner 

8:00-11:00 Dance Party, Stunning Visuals, Drink Specials 

Sat., Nov. 2- Possible workshops 

Who is speaking? 

Here are some of the best artists and curators, theorists and professionals working in the field of digital art today. If you need to meet them to do your job right, you will be here.  Confirmed speakers so far include: 

Bre Pettis, CEO, Makerbot; founder, NYCResistor; videoblogger.

Christiane Paul, Associate Professor, School of Media Studies, The New School; Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts, Whitney Museum.

Claire Bardainne, Artistic co-director for AM-CB, a creative research and design studio that merges digital arts with the performing arts to create spectacles and installations.

Evelyn Eastmond, Software engineer and artist, developer for processing-js

Hilary Mason, Data scientist and hacker; co-founder, hackNY; member,NYCResistor; scientist emeritus, bitly; data scientist in residence,Accel Partners.

Jamie Zigelbaum, Interactive artist and sculptor; founder, MidnightCommercial, a studio for art, design and technology; founder & curator, Industry Lab.

John F. Simon Jr., software artist.

Joshua Davis, Artist, designer, technologist, and creative director at Code and Theory, a creative digital agency that designs products, content and campaigns across platforms.

Gabriella Levine, Creative technologist, interactive artist and open-source hardware designer; fellow, Unreasonable At Sea; COO Protei Inc. drone sailboats

Kaiser Fung, Statistician; blogger, Junkcharts; Author of Numbersense: How to use big data to your advantage and Numbers Rule Your World: the hidden influence of probability and statistics in everything you do; Vice president, business and analytics, Vimeo.

Lauren McCarthy, Artist and computer programmer, adjunct faculty at RISD and NYU-ITP, developer for processing-js.

Lev Manovich, Artist, new media theorist, professor of computer science at CUNY, Author, The Language of New Media and Software Takes Command

Luke Dubois, Software artist, assistant professor of digital media at New York University.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, New media artist, filmmaker.

Magdalena Sawon, Digital art dealer; co-founder and co-director,Postmasters Gallery.

Nitin Sawhney, Assistant professor of media studies at The New School, co-founder, Akaza Research and Department of Play at the MIT Center for Civic Media

Scott Draves, Algorithmic artist and open source software artist, inventor or the Fractal Flame algorithm and founder of the Electric Sheep.

Shane Hope, Software artist and 3D-print sculptor of artilectual femtofactured mind-splaces, fluidentities, thunkuppetrees, post-conscious subthreaded sales-swarms, and prescient peek-a-boo plunderware portraiture on percept pus.

Sophia Brueckner, Software artist, designer and engineer; research assistant, MIT MediaLab.

Stefanie Wuschitz, Media artist and researcher; Founder of Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory, lecturer on digital art.

Toni Dove, Electronic media and virtual reality performance artist, hybrid film and installation artist and experimental theater producer.

Vivian Rosenthal, Founder and CEO at Snaps! and GoldRun, augmented reality photos; artist; advertising creative and executive.

Yucef Merhi, Software artist, hacker, computer programmer, web and graphic designer.

Where is the Conference? 

Thanks to the support of The School of Media Studies at The New School, LISA2013 will be held in the 500-seat Tishman Auditorium on 66 West 12th Street at 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10011. 

Can I come from far away? 

Definitely, we encourage it. Halloween is amazing in NYC. Come on Wednesday night, spend Thursday touring our open studios and meeting artists, and participate in the the Halloween Parade in the Village. Friday is conference day. Make a weekend of it - we may have some afterglow events or workships on Saturday, and there are cool things going on all over the city, like "Soundings: A Contemporary Score" at MoMA featuring Tristan Perich, a LISA2012 speaker.  You can catch "TJ Wilcox: In the Air" at the Whitney, "Participatory City: 100 Urban Trends from the BMW Guggenheim Lab Exhibit" at the Guggenheim, "Chris Burden: Extreme Measures" at the New Museum, or "Balthus: Cats and Girls—Paintings and Provocations" at the Met. You could head to the museum of the moving image or the Brooklyn Museum. (Note: these museums aren't affiliated with LISA - yet!). 

Fundraising Goals 

If we raise the minimum...

We'll be able to bring in some artists from overseas that we think should be contributing to the conversation here. We'll pay for the basic requirements of the spaces we are using for the conference and afterparty, like insurance, equipment, rent and janitorial. We'll be able to post videos on the web of everything that takes place at the conference. We will be able to serve food our conference; we'll have printed programs; lanyard nametags, and conference t-shirts. We will compensate our team for their work producing the kickstarter video, creating the website, producing the conference and party, and working the registration tables. 

 If we raise significantly more money than our minimum...

I will be partially compensated for running LISA; we'll pay back the speakers who covered their own travel costs. If we hit the ball out of the park we'll use the money for next year so we don't have to Kickstart it again... although this is pretty fun. 

In case we don't raise our minimum... 

We are having this conference anyway. Maybe there will be no food or conference t-shirts, and the videos won't be as good, and the staff will not get paid, but the conference is on no matter what. Don't let that keep you from funding us though! 

What is Leaders in Software and Art? 

 LISA was founded in the fall of 2009 by me - Isabel Walcott Draves - and my husband Scott Draves. We immediately were joined by several important co-founders and later, loyal supporters. 

 We hold monthly salons in places like people's living rooms (starting to have to be a pretty big living room these days), museums, galleries, lofts, and sometimes commercial spaces. We have four presenters every month who speak about their work in software, art or both. You can see a list at the LISA website

Collectively, our presenters have shown work at MoMA, the Met, the Guggenheim, LACMA, SFMOMA, Cooper-Hewett, Museum of the Moving Image, the Whitney, the San Jose Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona, the Tate Modern, and the New Museum; they have won the Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica and been celebrated by MediaLab Prado, Japan Media Arts, Piksel Norway, Boston Cyberarts, FILE, Siggraph, Transmediale, South by Southwest, Sonar, and ISEA; they have worked with ITP, Eyebeam, Harvestworks and the Rockefeller Foundation and are represented by Philips de Pury, Sotheby’s, Sandra Gering, Bitforms, and Nancy Hoffman Gallery. They are faculty at NYU, Columbia, Pratt, RISD, and UCLA. And really - that's just the beginning.

Risks and challenges

The challenges and risks associated with running a conference are major. What if I can't get the speakers I want? What if the projection, or the audio, stops working? What if someone doesn't show up at the last minute? What if a sponsor falls through or the all over print t-shirt company goes out of business? What if there's a hurricane?

I will find a workaround. That's what I do.

My goal is to satisfy the audience, no matter the obstacle. I've run events for awhile so this isn't my first endeavor. One day when I was producing the VentureBeat GamesBeat conference a number of years ago, there was a fire alarm and everyone had to clear out of the theater and the building. In a major conference every single minute is planned for, so this was a potential disaster. We asked the audience and speakers to go outside for 45 minutes and presented it with good humor as a great opportunity for extra networking. When we were allowed back in, we shortened each of the remaining sessions a bit and went a little over at the end of the day.

I'll take what comes my way and, as Tim Gunn says on Project Runway, Make It Work.

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    Join the LISA mailing list for updates and our monthly salon invitations. Know that I am incredibly grateful for your support and that every dollar counts.

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    Another bright idea from artist, professor and digital art collector Anne Spalter. Bright and beautiful peel and stick removable 5"x5" decals made with photos from Bora Bora, altered with her custom kaleidoscopic software effects. Choose Mt. Otemanu (navy) or Palm Fronds (yellow). Printed on eco-friendly polyester material. Place on wall, remove, wipe clean and reposition. Anne, a LISA2012 speaker, cuts these decals by hand and sprays them to deepen their color. Feel free to buy in bulk by entering a multiple of $15. Includes the $5 reward.

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    Join conferencegoers at a fabulous afterparty at a location TBD. With a great DJ, eye-popping visuals by LISA artists and the best software and electronic artist networking this side of Ars Electronica, you'll be sure to have a night to remember! Check out the photos from last year's party here: http://bit.ly/1cI4XCV

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    Prints signed by the artist! LISA co-founderScott Draves has just donated 25 6.25x11.5 generative art abstract photographic prints (on 12x8 photo paper), suitable for framing. The designs are made at ElectricSheep.org using Scott's open source fractal flame algorithm. If you got one last year, please let us know so you can be sure to get a different one.

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    LISA2012 speaker Mary Huang counts creative coding, 3D printing and fashion design as some of her many talents. She's offering to make hypercube 3d-printed necklace to help us fund the conference. We'll toss in our $5 reward too. Thanks Mary!

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    A larger version of the $15 reward tier, these peel and stick removable 15"x15" decals by Anne Spalter are made with photos from Bora Bora and altered with her custom kaleidoscopic software effects. Choose Mt. Otemanu (navy) or Palm Fronds (yellow). Printed on eco-friendly polyester material. Place on wall, remove, wipe clean and reposition. Anne, a LISA2012 speaker, cuts these decals by hand and sprays them to deepen their color. Feel free to buy in bulk by entering a multiple of $35. Includes the $5 reward.

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    The featured Keynote speaker at this year's LISA conference is Zoë Keating, laptop and cello player. SF Weekly calls her music "Swoon-inducing. Like taking a triple-shot of Absinthe before stepping outside of the bar just in time to see the sun exploding." Get the Deluxe Edition of Into the Trees (see http://music.zoekeating.com/album/into-the-trees), signed by Zoë herself, plus our $5 and $10 prizes.

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    LISA2012 speaker Sophie Barrett-Kahn has offered 50 8.5x11 signed limited edition photo prints of her laser-scanned male model. You'll get our $5 reward too. Check out the photo in our description. See her lightning talk from LISA2012 here: http://youtu.be/MFJDChmV1gc

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    It's tee time! Receive a limited edition artist print all-over t-shirt ($65 value) with the LISA logo and a design by Scott Draves and the Electric Sheep. You also get one afterparty ticket, plus the $10 and $5 perks. Sorry, we cannot guarantee receipt of shirts shipped to Russia or Italy.

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    Last year's seafoam green t-shirts (LISA2012) flew out of the boxes at the conference and were gone before the first panel ended. Did you miss your chance to own one? It's not too late, because we held a few back just for this purpose! We have a few shirts left, size S(1), M(4), L(8) and XXL (1). These are collectors' items now. Pretend you've been coming to LISA conferences since their inception. We will match your size as closely as we can first come first served. Sorry, we cannot guarantee receipt of shirts shipped to Russia or Italy. Thanks for supporting our endeavors!

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    This option is only for people who are artists independents, from small start-ups, or otherwise unable to afford the regular price ticket. These tickets are ONLY available on Kickstarter and ONLY if Kickstarter is funded, so tell your friends. Get your LISA2013 conference ticket and free admission to our artist open studios the day before the conference. See you there!

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    Have an out of body experience and see things in a completely new way. You and a friend will participate in an accessibility tour of an iconic museum on 5th Avenue in New York City. The tour offers the opportunity for visitors who are blind or have low vision to explore the museum's exhibitions, collections, and architecture through communication and sensory tools particular to their experience. The tour, conducted through verbal imaging and touch, is led by arts and education professionals who facilitate shared observation, discussion, and creative practice. Comes with one LISA2013 conference ticket plus our $5 and $10 rewards. We encourage you to bring a differently-abled friend or family member if you wish.

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    Join us for dinner! Your hosts Isabel and Scott Draves will welcome you and three of your friends to a home-cooked dinner at our home in Brooklyn, with four more software and electronic artists chosen from among LISA alumni. Together we will discuss life, art and the nature of the universe over delicious food and drink; then we'll demo some fresh new work live for you. An unforgettable experience. Thank you for your support!

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    Eyeo-LISA Package Deal. We love the Eyeo Festival, and if you haven't been there yet, you'll love it too. http://eyeofestival.com/ It takes place in Minneapolis every summer. Our supportive friends at Eyeo have offered us one early ticket (even though the real tickets won't go on sale until sometime next year), so this is your opportunity to get the FIRST ticket in existence for Eyeo 2014! This reward comes with one LISA2013 conference ticket plus our $5 and $10 rewards.

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    Become a Silver LISA sponsor! Our silver sponsors get logos in our brochure, logos on screen at the conference, a mention from the stage, and tons of thank you tweets from @softwareandart and our fans. Comes with complimentary tickets for your VIPs. Email me for more info.

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    Sponsor our speakers' dinner as a Gold Sponsor. LISA speakers are among the most accomplished artists, curators, and practitioners in the art+tech world, and although they have in many cases heard of each other, they also have often never gotten a chance to meet in person. This important networking opportunity allows speakers to establish a camaraderie and gives you the chance to meet and get to know them as well. We'll invite you to welcome the speakers as our host at the dinner, include your logo in our program, show it on screen at the conference and thank you from the stage! This is a special opportunity to showcase your brand as a supporter of software and electronic artists - and the rescuer of our Kickstarter campaign. We will request that our fans retweet your brand as a thank you! Comes with complimentary tickets for your VIPs.

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    Sponsor our afterparty! The LISA afterparty is the time we all unwind, network, and yes, enjoy some refershments while watching some of the best eye candy imaginable! We can't wait to have drink specials named after your company, include your logo in our program, show it on screen at the conference and thank you from the stage! This is a special opportunity to showcase your brand as a supporter of software and electronic artists - and the rescuer of our Kickstarter campaign. We will request that our fans retweet your brand as a thank you! Comes with complimentary tickets for your VIPs. Email me for more info.

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    Become LISA's Diamond Sponsor. Headline the Sponsors for the conference; Have your logo and a paragraph about your company take pride of place on our conference brochure and web materials. We will tweet about you and include your banner in our monthly salon invitations. We will gratefully mention your name on our conference stage and at each of our exclusive monthly salons. Comes with unlimited tickets for your employees. Email me for more info.

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