[AG-TECH] Reservation Request (fwd)
aspale at evl.uic.edu
Tue May 15 14:42:37 CDT 2001
I sent this to Mary Fritsch, but I am little nervous on time (event occurs
this week), so I will post this publicly. I apologize for any
inconveniences this may cause.
EVL / UIC node-op
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Date: Mon, 14 May 2001 10:48:20 -0500 (CDT)
From: Allan Spale <aspale at catmull.evl.uic.edu>
To: fritsch at mcs.anl.gov
Cc: ag-tech at evl.uic.edu
Subject: Reservation Request
Well, this is kind of a different request, but I was wondering if some
accomodation can be made.
One of the art students, Natt Mintrasak, at EVL will be giving his thesis
show this Friday, May 18 from 6-9 PM CDT. He was interested in sending
some video to the Lobby, but would like to have the permission to transmit
audio. I say this because the Lobby to me seems to be more of a "quiet"
room where you are not permitted to transmit audio unless it is
intermittent and brief. The audio transmission would likely fall into the
same category. If people would like to visit the Lobby (with other people
who are interested in seeing the show), that would be great.
The basic setup will be the following:
People will be coming into our grid node to look at Natt's work. There
will be one video stream of the people and another video stream of the
art (maybe more than one).
Another video stream will contain his animation video.
If a patron of the show would like to talk to someone who is on the grid,
some accomodation will be made by a node-op (since Natt is not
comfortable with an open-mic setup).
If other people have video streams that would contain interesting visuals
(such as those in the Windows Media Player) they would like to transmit
during this time, this would be appreciated. If you have any questions or
concerns, please e-mail Natt or me as soon as possible.
Thanks for your time and patience with this request.
This is the information about Natt's show:
: NATT MINTRASAK :
electronic visualiAation artist
* Last Drop! *
A public exhibit of 3-dimensional digital artwork focused
on character modeling and animation. The event will showcase
artwork on different formats including video work and
Hosted by the Electronic Visualization Laboratory,
University of Illinois at Chicago.
Friday, May 18, 2001
Opening and exhibit: 6-9 p.m.
Electronic Visualization Laboratory
Engineering Research Facility
842 West Taylor Street
Chicago, Illinois 60607
For more information:
natt at evl.uic.edu
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