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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 31, 1994


Announcing MIT Press's Premiere of
LEONARDO ELECTRONIC ALMANAC


Since September 1993, The MIT Press has been
publishing LEONARDO ELECTRONIC ALMANAC (LEA).
LEA is a monthly electronic newsletter that
chronicles current worldwide applications of science
and technology in the arts. Via the Internet, MIT
Press publishes and distributes the ALMANAC to
international artists, scientists, and other
subscribers interested in high-tech arts.

Founded in 1991 by Leonardo/The International Society
for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (ISAST),
LEONARDO ELECTRONIC ALMANAC is similar in editorial
scope to Leonardo/ISAST's scholarly paper journal
LEONARDO. Published bimonthly by The MIT Press since
1993, LEONARDO has documented international art-
science-technology interaction for over 25 years.

Each month LEONARDO ELECTRONIC ALMANAC features
artists' words on their own work, profiles of media
arts facilities, and art-science-technology
theoretical and technical perspectives.
Additionally, the ALMANAC's LEONARDO DIGITAL REVIEWS
section critiques major art-science-technology events
and major art-science-technology print and electronic
publications. LEA also has current high-tech arts
news, LEONARDO Call for Papers announcements, and
notices from subscribers and readers.

Consolidated into themes, past ALMANAC issues have
looked at 3D computer animation, scientific
visualization, interactive video, musical telematics,
multimedia artworks, artificial intelligence, museum
computer networks, hypermedia, and interactive
narratives. Future issues will explore applications
of virtual reality and telecommunications in art.

ABOUT THE EXECUTIVE EDITOR
Craig Harris is a composer, multimedia artist,
researcher and educator. Currently, he is
researching the creative process and the impact of
new technologies on future creative work
environments.


Review copies are available at the discretion of the
publisher. Published and distributed monthly over
the Internet, annual subscription rates are $25.00.
LEONARDO journal subscribers and Leonardo/ISAST
members receive LEONARDO ELECTRONIC ALMANAC free.

For ORDERING INFORMATION, contact the
MIT PRESS JOURNALS circulation department,
(617) 253-2889 (PHONE), (617) 258-6779 (FAX), or
[email protected]
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