Voici une reproduction de l'annonce officielle envoyée aux membres de la Electronic Literature Organization :
International Digital Language | Arts Festival
TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL
May 18-21, 2011
University at Buffalo
Web registration now available! Specially-priced advance registration offered during March 2011 only!
E-Poetry is the definitive innovative digital language arts festival in the world. With its emphasis on poetics, performance, engaged arts, experimentation, and scholarly and artistic conversation, and with previous events in West Virginia, London, Paris, and Barcelona, it has defined international digital literature poetics today.
The tenth anniversary festival of E-Poetry 2011 is set to launch a new epoch in digital literature. E-Poetry, at its inception, was the first to map this field. E-Poetry has been here since the beginning and continues even stronger today. It has set out to organize the 2011 festival as a culmination of the first ten years as well as a model for future years – advancing the conversation of the digital into the engaged scene of creative and scholarly activity that the field promises.
With its sponsoring organization, the Electronic Poetry Center (http://epc.buffalo.edu), often recognized as the world's first and preeminent Web-based poetry resource, E-Poetry will define the arts as emerging practice in an interdisciplinary, aesthetically complex, and materially delightful manner never before seen. We invite you to be there.
The Festival will take place from Weds. May, 18th to Saturday May 21st, 2011, with special conference events on Tues, May 17 and its Wednesday "Scientific Committee" panels. Please come for as long as you can. The cost of visiting Buffalo is quite reasonable. We will be glad to help with suggestions for your travel and accommodation. E-Poetry offers the chance for a prolonged immersion into considerations of the workings and practices of digital poets, scholars, and artists. Buffalo is a location, fervent with the great powers of the Niagara rushing through the tranquil, flat, maple forested countryside of Western New York, where we can come together, apart from the hustle of a devouring city, to meet as artists and thinkers. It is a location that offers celebration and contemplation. It is a quiet place but a location within New York State's largest university, its programs direct descendants of Black Mountain College, Language Poetry, various iterations of the Poetics Program, Media Study at Buffalo, and the Electronic Poetry Center. Buffalo is a prime leader in the U.S. in the innovative digital, visual, sound, and language arts.
Information is available via the EPC (http://epc.buffalo.edu/e-poetry/2011/), where you will always find the latest information on E-Poetry 2011. (#epf11)
We look forward to seeing you at E-Poetry 2011!
Dr. Loss Pequeño Glazier
E-Poetry President & Artistic Director
Dr. Sandy Baldwin
E-Poetry 2011 Festival Curator & Co-Director