Arte-Polis 4 builds on the successes of previous Arte-Polis international conferences and design workshops in 2006, 2008 and 2010. Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) is proud to present in 2012 an international conference and workshop with the theme “Creative Connectivity and the Making of Place: Living Smart by Design”. This biennial event is an initiative of the Architecture Program at ITB’s School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development in collaboration with other creative institutions. Besides referring to a network society, connectivity with regards to living smart by design can be linked to creatively connecting different actors in society (community, business, government, academia); the past, present and future; culture, economy and place; the collaboration between art, media and technology; theory and practice; the informal and formal; education, research and industry; as well as the design, planning, and management of livable environments.
The peer-reviewed Arte-Polis 4 International Conference will critically address the theme “Creative Connectivity and the Making of Place: Living Smart by Design” through a number of diverse Tracks, such as:
A. Architecture and Environmental Design for Creative Connectivity
B. Business, Management and Entrepreneurship through Creative
C. Culture, Arts and Design showcasing Creative Connectivity
D. Digital Media and Information Technology harnessing Creative
E. Education and Theoretical Discourses on Creative Connectivity
F. Planning and Policy Development informed by Creative Connectivity
CALL FOR PAPERS & KEY DATES
Abstracts between 200-300 words (Arial 11 font, single-spaced, no images, A4 format paper, MS-Word document) are invited to address the theme “Creative Connectivity and the Making of Place: Living Smart by Design” of this blind peer-reviewed conference by Monday, 20 FEBRUARY 2012. Abstracts should be sent to the Organizing Committee’s e-mails firstname.lastname@example.org AND email@example.com as an attachment-file, with Last Name and 2 first-words of Abstract Title as File-Name. Author’s name, institution, e-mail, mailing address, Abstract Title and indication of Conference Track they would like to be considered for, must be provided on a separate page (same file). Only English-edited abstracts and papers will be accepted, and selected Authors should keep in accordance with further guidelines for inclusion in the Conference Proceedings.
Abstracts due for Review by : Monday, 20 February 2012
Notification of Abstracts acceptance by: Monday, 27 February 2012
Papers due for Review by : Monday, 12 March 2012
Notification of Papers acceptance by : Monday, 2 April 2012
Final Papers due for Proceedings by : Monday, 30 April 2012
Abstracts of selected Papers will be compiled in a book and, together with a CD of the Conference Proceedings, will be provided to registered participants at the Conference venue. Conference Proceedings in book form, containing Papers received by the above deadline, will also be available for purchase during the Conference.