February 21 to 23, 1999   University of Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Information on the New Media Conference 2001 is now available



"Content, Connectivity and Convergence"

Showcasing leading-edge projects & trends in new media communication.
Designed for media specialists, content users and providers, and others interested in the future of new media.

Detailed Program
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Delegate List
Conference Press Coverage
Student Registrations
Regular Online Registration
Media Accreditation
Victoria, BC
Empress Hotel
Transit & City Map
UVic Map
Centre for Innovative Teaching
UVic Centre Info & Parking
Media Releases
List of Exhibitors
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Media Specialists: technology corporations, software developers, government agencies - you will link to knowledge and information sources, from academic research to the creative expression of literary, visual and performing arts.

Content Users: educators, audiences, consumers - you will have the opportunity to explore and test both media and content for your own use.

Content Providers: writers, web and graphic designers, cinematographers, artists, academics and broadcast media - you will see a snapshot view of the creative potential of new media.

Professor Martin Segger, Conference Chair
Director Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery / University Auditorium

Partners menu

University of Victoria uvic.ca
Office of International Affairs, UVic


Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery, UVic maltwood.uvic.ca
Vancouver Island Advanced Technology Centre vvv.com/viatec
City of Victoria www.city.victoria.bc.ca
UBC Information Technology Services itservices.ubc.ca
BC Information, Science and Technology Agency www.ista.gov.bc.ca
Centre for Innovative Teaching, University of Victoria web.uvic.ca/techlearn/cit/
Arts, Media and Technology Centre Project maltwood.uvic.ca/amtcd
Computing & Systems Services, Univ. of Victoria cous.uvic.ca
Camosun College, Victoria www.camosun.bc.ca
Royal Roads University, Victoria www.royalroads.ca
British Columbia Institute of Technology, Vancouver www.bcit.bc.ca

Technical University of British Columbia (TechBC)


CFUV Radio, University of Victoria www.kafka.uvic.ca/~cfuv
British Columbia Museums Association www.web.islandnet.com/~bcma/museums/bcma


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University Centre Auditorium

Detail of University
Centre Auditorium

"Where Content  
Meets Technology"

Stay at the Empress Hotel

Stay at the Luxurious Empress Hotel

See the Leonardo Da Vinci Exhibit

Attend the Exhibit of
Leonardo Da Vinci,

New Media Pioneer.

National Geographic IMAX Theatre - "EVEREST"


National Geographic IMAX Theatre - "EVEREST"

Empress Hotel menu

The Empress Hotel, one of Canada's finest landmark hotels, is offering a great conference rate of only $99 per night, single or double occupancy. Telephone 800-441-1414.

Fees menu

All fees in Canadian dollars!  Payment by VISA, MC or cheque.
Registration to January 20, 1999
Registration after January 21, 1999
Registration at the door
$249.00 + GST
$299.00 + GST
$349.00 + GST
Covers the following:
  • Opening Reception at the Centre for Innovative Teaching
  • lunches Monday & Tuesday and all coffee breaks
  • all Conference sessions and exhibits
  • reception @ Royal BC Museum including buffet
  • private tour of renown Leonardo da Vinci Exhibit
  • IMAX Theatre Film "Everest" at Royal BC Museum
Additional guests:
  • Opening Conference Reception/Launch of Centre for Innovative Teaching

  • and
  • Royal British Columbia Museum Reception
  • Leonardo da Vinci Exhibit and Buffet / Reception
  • IMAX Theatre Film "Everest" at Royal BC Museum
  • $50.00 + GST
    per guest



    Sponsors menu

    BC Information, Science and Technology Agency

      Apple Canada  

    Media Sponsors


    Canadian New Media

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    Conference Organizer


    For further information or media accreditation


    Ed Oscapella, Oscapella Tanner Creative Concepts Inc., Victoria, BC, Canada



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