This page contains reproductions of the official programs for the three editions of the International Computer Art Festival, which were held from 1973 to 1975. Full versions of the documents may be viewed by clicking on the appropriate links.
1973 International Computer Art Festival: Official Program
April 1-14, 1973, The Kitchen
This 8-page program lists and describes the graphics, films, video works, and music pieces presented by more than 40 participating artists at the first International Computer Art Festival, held at the Kitchen.
2nd International Computer Art Festival: Official Program (1974)
June 1-14, 1974, The Kitchen
This is the official program for the second International Computer Art Festival, held at The Kitchen. The 11-page document features a color cover, several diagrams, and descriptions of works by the 60 participating artists.
Third International Computer Art Festival: Official Program (1975)
June 12-21, 1975, City University of New York
The third and last edition of the International Computer Art Festival was held at the City University Graduate Center in New York from June 12-21, 1975. This 5-page color pamphlet lists the exhibitions and events. More than 60 artists participated. For the first time, poetry was presented alongside videos, films, graphic sculptures and music compositions. In addition to the new venue, the most significant change was the extensive lecture and workshop program that was an essential part of the third festival. For example, Max Matthews gave an introduction to his program for conducting computers in live music performances and Charles Dodge explained and demonstrated his programming systems for synthesizing human speech.
Third Annual International Computer Art Festival: A More Detailed Look at the Workshops, Presentations and Seminars
June 12-21, 1975
This document details workshops, presentations and seminars which are not listed in the printed program of the Third International Computer Art Festival.