|WEB SITE - PROGRAM SUMMARY
Online resource featuring a calendar of events, message boards, feature
articles, reviews, interviews and imagery.
Qbox.org will function as an online community center for California
and the world, focused on the creation, presentation, discussion and
preservation of mechanical, kinetic and electronic art. The site will
contain a calendar of all upcoming QBOX events with in-depth information
about the art and the artists. There will be a message board open
to everyone to announce other events, classes, forums, calls for artwork,
and other related information.
Every month the site will be updated to include images, articles and
reviews of recent QBOX events, as well as links to articles and artists
interviews focused on mechanical, kinetic and electronic art.
The site will offer us a place to delve deeper into artists' messages,
promote our upcoming shows, and connect the community of artists,
educators and community members that we serve. The site will feature:
Roles and Participants
- Calendar of QBOX events
- In-depth information on artists
- An open forum focused on issues relating to mechanical, kinetic
and electronic art
- Links to articles and interviews
The site will be managed by QBOX staff, hosted by Dean Godett, designed
by Sébastien Rouet and maintained by a small army of volunteers,
with additional information being contributed by other Bay Area organizations.
The web site will offer our audience a deeper, richer and more educational
experience by providing a great deal of information about the artists
we present and about their work prior to seeing our shows. It will
also help us expand and diversify the audience that comes to these
events. The site will also provide artists and educators with a place
to learn more about the opportunities available in the mechanical,
kinetic and electronic art community.