Cyber Art Web Ring's Web space is hosted free by
City, a great place for artists: free and easy to use.
Competition: Open to Fortune
City residents only ... until August 14.
(but it's so easy
to join FC, don't let that deter you and you receive 20 meg of space for
free). Go visit: entries are posted as they come in: so get your entry
in early, to allow more visitors to your gallery.
To serve you better, we have
added a co-master to the Free Cyber Art Web Ring: Madokan. Madokan
publishes a newsletter, manages a neighborhood (Skyscraper) of Fortune
City, and now he is working with us to provide you timely service. He also
created the awards for the Fortune City
Top Ten Art Show.
On a regular
basis, we'll be adding the most useful links to the art
forum. If you want to know what's new in art resources, go
there now. And please add your newly found art resources too.
After August 20, don't forget to check the add
your cool art link site for great sites (including yours, which you
can add to instantly). Uri's CgiForMe forum is down; so we are looking
for a replacement service (free -- since we're not funded). If you know
of one, please send us an email.
you receive an insider newsletter -- please contribute your articles, if
you are a member and if it's about art. Make money fast and other schemes
are verbotten (forbidden), but your self-promotion about your art is important.
Go ahead, plug yourself, tell us about your competitions, your awards,
and your web rings. We're here to promote you. (newsletter will be
in ascii format, no bloated graphics to worry about.)
an article? It helps web artists find out about you and The Free
Cyber Art Web Ring. Often, we use contributed articles as press releases,
which allow web artists to discover us in other publications. M.
Ford's article about our July Artist of the month, Owen Ransen, and about
our new July artist members was published by Net
Announce on the web and also as a mailing by Net Announce to thousands
of people. Go
to view it.
Park, a dedicated site of Fortune City and a community of artists.
Links will still work .... for those who've added html code.
Want to be August
1998's Featured Cyber Artist: Become a member of the Cyber Art Web
Ring. Next, i you have a gallery or feature art tools that help artists,
please email us about it. We are looking .... for that special artist.
Cyber Artist . Owen Ransen,artist
and inventor, has also just created an art
forum for artists to visit and ask him questions about RepliGATOR.
the forum host for his discussion, has other informative discussions about
art and art tools.
... please visit their art sites ...
article about the music of mathematics
of nature at a deeper level):
composer has produced what has been called the 'theme tune of the universe'
- a piece of music composed by mother nature herselfg to geometry.
What makes this very cool is that you can go listen to the music online
... and it's beautiful.
your cool art link or art find, only for art finds or resources.
Our instant add-a-link sever
(hosted for free by Uri Footz) was down. Find out why here.
The server is now back up. Thank you, Uri.
Forums to visit: one for events and one
to tell others about cool art finds. This is where I quickly
post the hot, hot news that you deserve to get as it comes in.
Cyber Art Web Ring
soon: a site redesign (with navigational
frames: yes, I've almost finished them!)
navigation buttons for Cyber Art Web Ring html
Your original ring
master, Cybr Artist,
has been selected head up a new section for NewHoo, a humanized search
engine on the web. As an editor of the Arts: Digital Arts Resources, I''ll
be digging for new and exciting digital art web installations to share
with the wider web. I've alreadly added a subsection for Cyber and
Digital Web Rings, which will list all that I can find and also include
ours. I will be scouting the web and feeding NewHoo the cool digital
arts resources that have been hidden from us until now.
Got a suggestion:
write to the Cyber
Art Web Ring.