[PD] Conventions statistics

João Pais jmmmpais at googlemail.com
Thu Jun 10 21:13:37 CEST 2010

if you're looking for a place to host/support your convention (although  
probably you know already one), I would suggest either taking it up with  
an institution - ZKM Karlsruhe, Tube München, TU Berlin ; or go through  
the low end and use several artist spaces and venues to perform. Lots of  
them here in Berlin, and also the TU organised the LAC 2007 (and ZKM the  
previous two).

for example, the space where we do the pd-berlin meetings would be  
interested to help (as much as they can, they're an artist comune). afaik  
they also take part in the organisation of the super collider symposium in  
a few months.

João Pais

> This is just a preliminary inquiry to get an idea about the funding  
> situation in Germany for such an event. The German Research Foundation  
> for example supports to my sources according to the number of speakers  
> with doctorate - this is why I need these numbers.
> m.
> Am 06.06.2010 um 17:13 schrieb Hans-Christoph Steiner:
>> Funny, Alex Porres and I were just talking about the next PdCon :).   
>> He's here staying with me in NYC for ICMC.  I'll prod him a bit...
>> .hc
>> On Jun 6, 2010, at 5:10 AM, Max wrote:
>>> Hi List,
>>> for my funding research I need approximations for the conventions in  
>>> Graz, Montréal and São Paulo with the numbers of
>>> speakers/speakers with PhD or equivalent
>>> attendees total/attendees with PhD or equivalent
>>> I'd be glad if you (read the organizers of the previous conventions)  
>>> could help me with that.
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