Wednesday, September 17, 1997

Calendar of Events - published 9/17/97

Artnetweb ( offers courses, projects, readings, links, bulletin boards, and a host of other things making this site a true resource for all things digital art related.

Started 3 months ago, Steven Koplowitz, in collaboration with Webbed Feats, (nonprofit org of artists devoted to presenting site-specific performances developed w/www audiences) launched to solicit contributions for the project. You can contribute to the event in a # of ways. Check out the site for more info.

9/11 - 12/18: Thursdays @12:30 pm (except 11/27) Thundergulch presents Lunchtime @ the Wall, utilizing the building's impressive 14-foot video wall located in the lobby as a site to present artists' video, CD-ROM,
and internet projects to the downtown lunchtime crowd. More info: (

9/23, 7 - 9 PM, e-dinner at the Canadian Consulate (SW corner of 50th Street and Ave. of the Americas, entrance on 50th Street) Dinner will not be served due to unreasonable catering prices. And speaker bio info and much more are on the website

9/25: Columbia Business School Alumni Club/New York Media and Marketing Committees presents the first of two events dealing with Electronic Commerce: "Electronic Commerce: The Next Frontier or The Latest Buzzword?" Sony Building, 550 Madison Avenue (at 55th St.), (20th Floor), Recep: 5:30 PM, Program 6:30 PM, Fee: $10 advance, $15 at the door, For more info call (212) 854-8815

9/24, 5:15 - 7:45 PM, MIT Enterprise Forum of New York City, Inc. presents "Blueprints for Success in Elelctronic Commerce: Building Virtual Communities for Real Profit," Chase Manhattan Bank, 270 Park Ave. (47th St.), NYC.  3rd floor auditorium, Pre-registration required by Thursday, September 18th, Prepaid members $25.  Prepaid nonmembers $40.  Additional $10 at the door, Send registration/payment to: Dick Reisman, Digital Media Committee Member, MIT Enterprise Forum of NY, 420 Lexington Ave., Rm.2400, NYC 10170.  Voice 212.681.1112.  Fax 212.687.3524., e-mail:

9/25, 8 - 11pm, Russian Web Girls party, Gallery @678 Broadway, 2 floor, Join in the secret celebration of the 850th anniversary of Moscow. Come feel the chill of Red Square, where the Mausoleum of Lenin and the Cathedral of St.Basil stand together, where the old and the new freely mix. Vodka and peroshkis will warm you spirit and strolling minstrels will warm you heart. On the walls, the works of artists, no longer underground, will make a miniature gallery. And, the runways will be cleared and forbidden Russian beauties will show the latest Moscow styles. wine/beer cash bar, $10 cover charge, dress in red RSVP: 212*475*6393,

1998: March 31st - April 2nd, Computer World Expo, Sweden, Current invited speakers from the US are...Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Larry Ellison,, Robert Palmer, Louis V Gerstner... Topics for the 3 days focus on politics-economics-technique, Electronic Commerce, the millennium problems. For more info and suggestions on speakers/topics, please write to: Christian Bergenstraahle (