ARTNINE

The Center for Art in the Nineties

Mailing Lists

Last update: 03.01.1998

 


Compiled by Hans Dieter Huber.

 

AHANET: AHANET@URZINFO.URZ.UNI- HEIDELBERG.DE
The list discusses the possibilities and limitations for the use of Internet for art historians and art historical research

ANAHITA: ANAHITA@UKCC.BITNET
Women and Gender in the Ancient World

ARCITRON: ARCITRON@KENTVM.BITNET
Architronic: The Electronic Journal of Architecture

ART193: ART193@GWUVM.BITNET
Fine Arts Computing Group

ARTCRIT: ARTCRIT@YORKU.CA
Art Criticism Discussion Forum

ARTLIST: ARTLIST@LISTSERV.ARIZ ONA.EDU
Discusses Issues relevant to Contemporary Art

ARTNET: ARTNET@MAILBASE.AC.UK
The list is for anyone who has or who may have an interest in network; installation; project; communication; temporary;ad-hoc; transient; mobile; time-based; formless; de-centered art.Potential members include artists, art-administrators, writers, theorists, students, teachers. The aim of the list is to encouragecontributions from all who have dipped a toe into these waters andfound them congenial, but who know not where to turn next. The ideais that alliances will be formed, projects launched, funding gained,technology utilized, ideas launched and wild speculation indulged in.To subscribe to ARTNET send the command "subscribe artnet <firstname><lastname>" in a mail message to MAILBASE@NEWCASTLE.AC.UK.

ARTNINE: ARTNINE@URZINFO.URZ.UNI- HEIDELBERG.DE
Discusses especially the contemporary art in the nineties, context art, artists using the internet, etc.

ART-SUPPORT: ART-SUPPORT@UK.AC.MAILBASE
Art-Support exists as a forum for the discussion of ART related matters. Potential members include artists, art-administrators, writers, theorists, students, teachers and others with an interest in art. This list provides a general magazine type information exchange and discussion area. As in any specialist magazine there will be much of interest to subscribers and also some irrelevance. Although not in any way subscription/geographically limited, the focus of the list is intended to be the UK art community. It is hoped that the list will stimulate the use of network resources. The idea is that alliances will be formed; projects launched; funding gained; technology utilised; ideas launched and wild speculation indulged in. ART-SUPPORT is about ART, not technology. Any art or art related subject is acceptable. The list encompasses: *Projects *New work *Events *Collaborations *Funding *Technology *Shows *Jobs *Conferences *Proposals *Organisations *Information *Publications *Education *Wild speculation To subscribe to ART-SUPPORT send the following mail message toMAILBASE@UK.AC.MAILBASE.

AVANT-GARDE: AVANT-GARDE@LISTS.VILLAGE.VIRGINIA.EDU
To subscribe ,send the message: subscribe avant-garde to: majordomo@lists.village.virginia.edu. AVANT-GARDE is an electronic forum for discussing the theory and practice of the avant-garde

CAAH: CAAH@PUCC.BITNET
CONSORTIUM OF ART AND ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIANS

CINEMA-L: CINEMA-L@AMERICAN.EDU
Discussions on all forms of Cinema

DEIXIS: DEIXIS@UKCC.BITNET
DEIXIS - discussion list for INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIA ON DEIXIS

H-ITALY: H-ITALY@UICVM.BITNET
Italian History List from H-NET

HISTOWNR: HISTOWNR@UBVM.BITNET
HistOwnr - Discussion list for owners of history-related lists

ICOM-ANNOUNCE: ICOM-ANNOUNCE@FREESIDE.NRM.SE
ICOM Announcements Distribution List

ICONOL-L: ICONOL-L@UBVM.BITNET
Iconology Discussion List

KUHIST-L: KUHIST-L@UKANVM.BITNET
History at KU

LEONARDO: LEONARDO@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU
"Newsletter for Leonardisti", meant to be an informal grapevine for Leonardo scholars

MCM166J: MCM166J@BROWNVM.BITNET
Modern Culture and Media 166J

MEDART-L: MEDART-L@UTORONTO.BITNET
MEDART-L - Medieval Art Hil Consumerism

MEDGAY-L: MEDGAY-L@KSUVM.BITNET
Gay-Lesbian Medieval Studies Discussion Group

MMED: MMEDIA@ICNUCEVM.BITNET
MMEDIA Multi Media List

MMEDIA-L: MMEDIA-L@ITESMVF1.BITNET
Multimedia discussion list

MUSEUM-L: MUSEUM-L@UNMVMA.BITNET
Museum discussion list

PRINTS-L: PRINTS-L@UKANVM.BITNET
PRINTS-L devoted to the study of historical & contemporary pri+

PUBLHIST: PUBLHIST@INDYCMS.BITNET
Public History Discussion List

QSPACE: QSPACE@UKCC.BITNET
Architecture Discussion List

RENAIS-L: RENAIS-L@ULKYVM.BITNET
Early Modern History - Renaissance

SCREEN-L: SCREEN-L@UA1VM.UA.EDU
Film and TV Studies Discussion List

STARDATA: STARDATA@HASARA11.BITNET
Steinmetzarchief: Sociaal Wetenschappelijke Databestanden

VISUAL-L: VISUAL-L@VTVM1.BITNET
VISUAL-L DISCUSSION LIST

WOMHIST: WOMHIST@TEMPLEVM.BITNET
Women's History discussion



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