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 Post subject: Boston Cyberarts 2009 Festival Headquarters in the Fenway
PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 10:34 am 
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News Release
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For immediate release
Press contact: Janet Bailey, 617.971.9383
press@bostoncyberarts.org [mailto:press@bostoncyberarts.org]
Festival's Headquarters and Visitor Center
to be at 1330 Boylston Street, near Fenway
Boston, MA - CyberArtCentral, the central headquarters and visitor center for the
2009 Boston Cyberarts Festival, will be located on the ground floor of 1330 Boylston,
a brand-new building in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston. CyberArtCentral will
occupy a spacious corner storefront location that is convenient for visitors and
provides excellent visibility for people passing by.
Visitors to CyberArtCentral will be able to pick up information about the Festival,
learn more about specific exhibitions and events, talk to Festival volunteers, and
purchase Festival merchandise. In addition, the space will host an exhibition of
artwork by area digital media art students, which is being organized by Boston
Cyberarts
staff.
"We are grateful to Samuels & Associates for making space available in this
sparkling new building," said Festival Director George Fifield. "It will provide
a fitting space for display of artwork, and a welcoming environment for our visitors."
Of particular note is that the first weekend of the Festival coincides with a
three-game
home stand against the New York Yankees at Fenway Park, right across the street.
1330 Boylston, which opened in August, 2008, features 200 modern apartment residences
and several retailers and restaurants. It is Samuels & Associates' second high
profile project in the Fenway neighborhood; the other is the Fenway Triangle Trilogy,
open since 2006.
The 2009 Boston Cyberarts Festival takes place April 24-May 10, 2009, at museums,
galleries, performing spaces, educational institutions, and on the web. Complete
information about the Festival, including a searchable database of the more than
50 events and exhibitions, is available at www.bostoncyberarts.org
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102504591782&e=001eZ3MaYOpQ5W3SrUOanSUYzM6gV06Tot_21csi5NOLnvxSeY1xqrvnjNrVT2TYx1G62q2fhvds1-y3xnWbqFWvsdzDISLP1VE9X4zfFRKz9zR3eXc0u08pQ==].
Further information on the Boston Cyberarts Festival is available by calling
617.524.8495
or emailing info@bostoncyberarts.org [mailto:info@bostoncyberarts.org]. More
information
on 1330 Boylston Street is available at www.1330boylston.com
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102504591782&e=001eZ3MaYOpQ5W3SrUOanSUY0eScHTSJM18tx76Ya7Q6aQpqQLDDZM0VmRmSosEl37oOKfr0b6O8leXVqoNeULNA9TQZ2ftUOJcu9WgFYlbQqdLYzKV0WjItg==].
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Cyberart encompasses any artistic endeavor in which computer technology is used
to expand artistic possibilities - that is, where the computer's unique capabilities
are integral elements of the creative process in the same way that paint, photographic
film, musical instruments, and other materials have always been used to express
an artist's vision. The Boston Cyberarts Festival, launched by George Fifield in
1999 with seed funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, is the only Festival
in the world that encompasses all art forms, including both visual and performing
arts, film, video, electronic literature, public art, and web art.
Boston Cyberarts is grateful for the support of many generous individuals and
institutions,
including The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the LEF Foundation, IBM,
the Massachusetts Cultural Council, ArtsBoston, and the Phoenix Media Communications
Group.

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