Academic journal article Afterimage

Editorial

Academic journal article Afterimage

Editorial

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It is a pleasure and a privilege to return to Afterimage after various previous incarnations on the Editorial staff, including Assistant Editor beginning in early 1993, later Managing Editor and most recently my tenure as Editor from July 1998 to December 2001 (as well as putting together one inter-editor issue in the winter of 2002). I look forward to exploring the fluctuating world of the media arts in these pages and would like to take this opportunity to share some exciting developments for the future of Afterimage, and by extension, the field. Contrary to the pathos engendered by the recent demise of periodicals such as DoubleTake (see the forthcoming May/June 2005 issue of After-image for an analysis of this trend by Stephen Longmire), there is much to be hopeful about, particularly in regard to current trends in arts education and even arts funding, especially as related to new technologies.

Afterimage is well into its third decade of publishing as well as the fourth year of a new century and is responding by initiating substantial changes to our format and content. …

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