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Social Media Archeology and Poetics$
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Judy Malloy

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780262034654

Published to University Press Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262034654.001.0001

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Arts Wire: The Nonprofit Arts Online

Arts Wire: The Nonprofit Arts Online

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Social Media Archeology and Poetics
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Judy Malloy

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The MIT Press
DOI:10.7551/mitpress/9780262034654.003.0023

Beginning in 1992, Arts Wire, a program of the New York Foundation for the Arts, was a social media platform and Internet presence provider, that provided access to news, information, and dialogue on the social, economic, philosophical, intellectual, and political conditions affecting the arts and artists. Initially led by Anne Focke and then by poet, Joe Matuzak, Arts Wire participants included individual artists, arts administrators, arts organizations and funders. This chapter focuses on Arts Wire's social media aspects, such as discussion and projects, including among others: AIDSwire, an online AIDS information resource; the online component of the Fourth National Black Writers Conference; the Native Arts Network Association; ProjectArtNet that brought children from immigrant neighborhoods online to create a community history; NewMusNet, a virtual place for experimental music; and Interactive, an online laboratory for interactive art. It also documents the history of the e-newsletter, Arts Wire Current (later NYFA Current).

Keywords:   Social Media - History, Social Media - the Arts and Artists, Arts Wire, New York Foundation for the Arts, AIDSwire, National Black Writers Conference, Native Arts Network Association, NewMusNet, Interactive Art, Arts Wire Current

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