Art Space: CAS50

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Abstract

The Computer Arts Society (CAS) was estab-lished in the UK in 1968 by George Mallen, Alan Sutcliffe and John Lansdown and pio-neered the development of computer arts in the UK and worldwide. CAS was founded to encourage the creative use of computers and to allow the exchange of information in this area. It was recognized that this was an area where there had been increasing activity, but with little formal publication of methods and results and little communication between artists in different fields (music, visual, performing arts, for example). It is a community of interest for all those involved in doing, managing, inter-preting and understanding information tech-nology’s cultural potential. CAS is a Specialist Group of the ‘British Computer Society’ (BCS) – The Chartered Institute for IT. The society holds joint events with other BCS Specialist Groups and other professional groups and associations.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)264-275
Number of pages10
JournalDigital creativity
Volume29
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 5 Dec 2018
EventCelebrating 50 years of the Computer Arts Society: CAS50 - LCB Dept, Leicester, United Kingdom
Duration: 21 May 201818 Jun 2019
http://computer-arts-society.com/

Bibliographical note

Sue Gollifer is the Executive Director of ISEA International, and is on a number of National and International Committees, including the ACM Digital Art Community (DAC), Computer Arts Society (CAS)

Keywords

  • Digital Creativity
  • Computer Art

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