New Media Caucus

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The New Media Caucus is a non-profit, international membership organization formed to advance the conceptual and artistic use of digital media, and it is an affiliated society of the College Art Association. The Caucus represents academics and artists whose media are expanding with developments in digital technology and artists working in newly emerging media such as robotics, virtual reality, interactive and installation environments as well as artists working in established digital areas of video, sound and graphics. By providing a forum for the critical review of new media practice, the Caucus increases the visibility and presence of new media practitioners. The Caucus has 650+ members, many of whom are based in North America. It organizes panels, exhibitions, forums, and maintains a peer-reviewed journal, media-N.


The New Media Caucus was founded in 2003 by , Associate Professor of New Media at the University of Kentucky. At the time, panels and exhibitions focusing on new media art were rare at academic conferences despite significant growth of the field in galleries, museums, and universities. Professor Maloney served as President of the New Media Caucus from 2003 – 2006 and was followed from 2006 - 2009 by , Associate Professor of Multimedia at California State University, East Bay. The current president (2009 – 2014) is , Associate Professor of at Columbia College Chicago.


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