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Extended deadline:

February 28th 2013!


1st. CALL for PAPERS

In the framework of the TKB project conclusion (, a 1st. CALL for Papers is now open for submission of abstracts to the following international conference on:

"Multimodal Communication: Language, Performance and Digital Media"

Event dates: Thursday 02 to Friday 03 May 2013

Venue: CCB, Lisbon (

The CCB are co-producers of the conference and associate partners of the TKB project, running at the Centre of Linguistics (CLUNL) of FCSH-UNL.

The Conference is organized in the framework of the TKB research project conclusion ( and aims to: present the results and software tools developed during the TKB project; provide a multidisciplinary forum for researchers from different disciplines and artists interested in the documentation of Performing Arts (with a focus on contemporary theatrical dance and Performance), as well as in issues of multimodality in human communication and in human-computer interaction, particularly regarding video annotation tools and collaborative platforms for cultural heritage. It is organized by the FCSH and the FCT of Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.

The event wishes to bring together contemporary artists and researchers from a broad range of academic disciplines, working within different theoretical and methodological paradigms in a creative, internationally oriented, and stimulating atmosphere. The importance of multimodal communication and creativity is now generally recognised by researchers from either the Humanities, Information Technologies or Cognitive Science. This conference therefore offers an opportunity to present and learn about research findings concerning human behaviour and agency in different types of communication and their cognitive, cultural, narrative, technological, social, textual or discourse functions.

Conference Topics (but not limited to):

    Documentation of Performing Arts

    Performance Studies

    Multimodal Corporal

    Digital Media applied to Performance

    Cultural Heritage

    Performance Philosophy

    Cognitive approaches to theatrical performance

    Multimodal Metaphor

    Applications of Conceptual Metaphor Theory to Performing Arts

    Applied Linguistics

    Speech and gestures in human communication

    Verbal vs. non-verbal interactions

    Intercultural aspects of multimodal behaviour

    Human-computer interaction

    Video annotation

    Annotation schemes and tools for multimodal corporal

    Motion Tracking

    New approaches to Digital Games


Keynote speakers:

Sally Jane Norman (Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts, Sussex: UK)

Charles Forceville (Universiteit van Amsterdam, NL)

Irene Mittelberg (University Aachen, DE)

Scott DeLahunta (Forsythe Foundation: Motion Bank, DE)

Scientific Programme Committee:

Carla Fernandes (FCSH-UNL: CLUNL)

Nuno Correia (FCT/UNL: Dept. Computer Science)

João Sáágua (Director FCSH-UNL)

Teresa Romão (FCT/UNL: Dept. Computer Science)

Isabel Rodrigues (Faculdade Letras da Universidade do Porto: CEAUP)

Sally Jane Norman (Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts, Sussex: UK)

Rui Horta (Director O Espaço do Tempo Transdisciplinary Centre)

Dalila Rodrigues (CCB Lisbon)

Sarah Whatley (Coventry University and Siobhan Davies Dance, UK)

Scott DeLahunta (Motion Bank project: Forsythe Foundation, DE)

Stephan Jürgens (IPL: Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema, PT)

Bertha Bermudez (ICK Amsterdam - Emio Greco|PC, NL)

Irene Mittelberg (University Aachen, DE)

Charles Forceville (Universiteit van Amsterdam, NL)

Rute Costa (FSCH-UNL: CLUNL)

Teresa Lino (FSCH-UNL: CLUNL)

Antónia Coutinho (FSCH-UNL: CLUNL)

Isabella Paoletti (FCSH-UNL: CLUNL)

Gil Mendo (Culturgest, PT)

Maria José Fazenda (Escola Superior de Dança, PT)

Samuel Rego (Director-Geral das Artes, PT)

Organization: FCSH/CUNL ( and FCT-UNL (

TKB Project Supporters:

Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia

O Espaço do Tempo (Transdisciplinary Arts Centre)

Centro Cultural de Belém

Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

Atelier Re.Al

Deadline for abstract submission (400 to 700 words limit):

Extended deadline:

February 28th 2013!

The abstracts should be sent by e-mail attachment to

Abstracts should be included as Word or PDF file attachments, and be anonymised for blind review. Please indicate clearly in your email the name(s) of the presenter(s), university affiliation(s) and email address(es).

Selected papers will appear, after extension and peer-review, in a special issue of international journal (currently under negotiation).

Notification of acceptance will be communicated by 15 March, 2013.

Conference fee:

General public: 70 €

Students: 35 €

The fees include coffee/tea and other refreshments, as well as the conference abstracts.

The Payment procedure will be published soon in the conference webpage to appear at the TKB project's site.

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12249504078?profile=original|FESTIVAL VIDEODANZABA - NOVEMBER 22 to 27, 2011


Call for entries: videodance, documentaries 

DEADLINE: MAY 16, 2011
Call for papers: MAY 30, 2011


The International Festival VideoDanzaBA opens its call for

videos and papers

for its thirteenth edition, to be held November 2011.

Entries must be registered online at


Videos have to be delivered until May 16, 2011 to:



Benjamín Matienzo 2571 (C1426 DAU) Buenos Aires – Argentina


Jury for videos: Rodrigo Alonso, Diego Terotola, Silvina Szperling

International Symposium of Videodance Coordinator: Susana Temperley


We are waiting for your piece!

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amberConference - Call for papers

The first international conference of amberConference will be held in conjunction with the amber’09 Art and Technology Festival, on 7,8 November 2009 in Istanbul, Turkey. The aims and scope of this conference are to create a platform of discussion and dissemination for the various themes and topics in which Social Science, Art and Technology converge.The theme for this year's event is the Cyborg, a phenomenon that has captured the attention and imagination of artistic, academic as well as scientific communities in terms of creative, theoretical, and technological output. The conference seeks previously unpublished papers of a maximum of 4500 words within the fields of Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Computer Sciences and Art Papers discussing original artwork.Topics can cover (but are not limited to)Machinic/Cyborg ArtRobotics and robotic artCyborg and Performing artsAvatars (virtual worlds and virtualenvironments)Computer GamesWearable and Tactile TechnologiesArtificial intelligencePost humanismNew modes of embodimentAgencyMedicineGenetic engineering, biology, clones and hybridsReligion, tradition and eternal lifeMilitarismGenderDeadline: 1st of August 2009Click here for more details:
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Call For papers Special Issue on: "Creativity and Interdisciplinarity – a Discursive Tension?" Guest Editors: Dr Sophia Lycouris, Edinburgh College of Art, UK Dr Mark Wright, University of Edinburgh, UK on behalf of Research Group CIRCLE ( CIRCLE is a group of artists/researchers engaged in Creative Interdisciplinary Research into Collaborative Environments. Its members are staff and research students at Edinburgh College of Art and the University of Edinburgh and include Prof. Simon Biggs, Mariza Dima, Henrik Ekeus, Sue Hawksley, Beverley Hood, Dr. John Lee, Dr. Sophia Lycouris, Vangelis Lympouridis, Ann Marie Shilito, Dr. Chris Speed, Wendy Timmons, Dr. Penny Travlou and Dr. Mark Wright. For further information about the call, please visit:
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