JCIT 2014 : JCIT Special Issue: Digital Arts and Creativity-Centered Design
Call For Papers
Journal of Cases on Information Technology
Special Issue: Digital Arts and Creativity-Centered Design
Volume title: Digital Arts and Creativity-Centered Design
Editors: Damián Keller, Marcelo S. Pimenta, Victor Lazzarini
Selected papers from: V UbiMus (2014) and the digital arts community.
Focus: cross-disciplinary approaches to creativity support tools within the context of the digital arts, with an emphasis on IT and information management.
Submissions instructions: http://compmus.ime.usp.br/ubimus2014/en/node/10
V UbiMus format papers: 3 August 2014
Author acceptance notices: October 2014
JCIT format papers: October 2014
Expected publication date: mid 2015
V Ubiquitous Music Workshop (V UbiMus)
The Ubiquitous Music Group (g-ubimus) - a research network encompassing information-technology practitioners from two Brazilian universities (UFAC, UFRGS) and from the National University of Ireland at Maynooth - has fostered the initial activities in ubiquitous music research by establishing a yearly conference: the Workshop on Ubiquitous Music (UbiMus). This scientific gathering has been held in Florianópolis (2010), Vitória (2011) and São Paulo (2012). The fourth workshop took place in December 2013, in Porto Alegre. The UbiMus proceedings are available on-line (III UbiMus 2012) and extended versions of selected papers have been featured in indexed publications (Keller et al. 2011; Miletto et al. 2011). The V UbiMus will be held in Vitória, ES, Brazil from October 29 to November 1 2014.
Special Issue of the JCIT: Digital Arts and Creativity-Centered Design
Creativity-centered design (Lima et al. 2012) has emerged as a viable approach to IT creativity practices (Mitchell et al. 2003). This special issue of the Journal of Cases on Information Technology will feature selected materials from the V UbiMus, focusing on creativity-centered design and its applications within the context of the digital arts. Submissions should deal with aspects of sonic composition, multimedia, human-computer interaction, educational applications and cognitive research on IT-based creativity support. The target public are researchers in information management, computer science, music, psychology, social sciences, and education technology.
Selection criteria include: a) focus on IT-based creativity support; b) theoretical relevance, assessed through discussions of the latest proposals within the digital arts; c) artistic relevance, evidenced through examples of artistic applications.
Table of contents of the special volume
Editorial: Review of state-of-the-art research on creativity-centered design
Theory: Concepts and theoretical frameworks in creativity-centered design
Methods: Techniques and approaches to creativity-centered design
Applications: Artistic, educational and technological applications of creativity-centered design
Art examples: Visual and musical excerpts, and software demonstrations
III UbiMus (2012). http://compmus.ime.usp.br/ubimus2012/en/
IV UbiMus (2013). http://compmus.ime.usp.br/ubimus2013/en
Boulanger, R. & Lazzarini, V. (2010). The Audio Programming Book. The MIT Press. (ISBN: 9780262014465.)
Costalonga, L. L., Pimenta, M. S., Queiroz, M., Manzolli, J., Gimenes, M., Keller, D. & Faria, R. R. A. (2011). Proceedings of the Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music (Simpósio Brasileiro de Computação Musical - SBCM ). Vitória, ES: Brazilian Society of Computer Science (SBC).
Keller, D., Barreiro, D. L., Queiroz, M. & Pimenta, M. (2010). Anchoring in Ubiquitous Musical Activities. In Proceedings of the 2010 International Computer Music Conference (pp. 319-326). New York, NY: ICMA.
Keller, D. & Budasz, R., (eds.). (2010). Musical Creation and Technologies: Interdisciplinary Theory and Practice (Criação Musical e Tecnologias: Teoria e Prática Interdisciplinar), Vol. 2. Goiânia, GO, Brazil: ANPPOM Press. (ISBN: 978-85-63046-01-7).
Keller, D., Flores, L. V., Pimenta, M. S., Capasso, A. & Tinajero, P. (2011). Convergent Trends Toward Ubiquitous Music. Journal of New Music Research 40(3), 265-276. (Doi: 10.1080/09298215.2011.594514.)
Keller, D., Quaranta, D. & Sigal, R., (eds.). (2013). Special Volume Sonic Ideas: Musical Creativity, Vol. 10. Morelia, Michoacán: Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras - CMMAS. http://www.sonicideas.org. (ISSN: 2317-9694).
Keller, D., Queiroz, M., Pimenta, M. S. & Faria, R. R. A. (eds.) (2011b). Special Issue: New Paradigms for Computer Music, Journal of New Music Research 40(3). Taylor & Francis Group.
Lazzarini, V. (2008a). A Toolkit for Audio and Music Applications in the XO Computer. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (pp. 62-65). Belfast, UK: ICMA.
Lazzarini, V. (2008b). Interactive Audio Signal Scripting. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (pp. 111-114). Belfast, Ireland: ICMA.
Lazzarini, V., Yi, S., Timoney, J., Keller, D. & Pimenta, M. S. (2012). The Mobile Csound Platform. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (pp. 163-167). Ann Arbor, MI: MPublishing, University of Michigan Library.
Lima, M. H., Keller, D., Pimenta, M. S., Lazzarini, V. & Miletto, E. M. (2012). Creativity-centred design for ubiquitous musical activities: Two case studies. Journal of Music, Technology and Education 5 (2), 195-222. (Doi: 10.1386/jmte.5.2.195_1.)
Miletto, E. M., Pimenta, M. S., Bouchet, F., Sansonnet, J.-P. & Keller, D. (2011). Principles for Music Creation by Novices in Networked Music Environments. Journal of New Music Research 40 (3), 205-216. (Doi: 10.1080/09298215.2011.603832.)
Mitchell, W. J., Inouye, A. S. & Blumenthal, M. S. (2003). Beyond productivity: Information Technology, Innovation, and Creativity. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
Pakarinen, J, Valimaki, V, Fontana, F, Lazzarini, V and Abel, J (eds.) (2011). Special issue on Musical Applications of Realtime Signal Processing, EURASIP Journal of Advances in Signal Processing, vol. 2011. New York: Springer.
Pimenta, M. S., Miletto, E. M., Keller, D. & Flores, L. V. (2012). Technological support for online communities focusing on music creation: Adopting collaboration, flexibility and multiculturality from Brazilian creativity styles. In N. A. Azab (ed.), Cases on Web 2.0 in Developing Countries: Studies on Implementation, Application and Use. Vancouver, BC: IGI Global Press. (ISBN: 1466625155.)