CADRE Laboratory for New Media

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The CADRE Laboratory for New Media was founded in 1985 at San José State University. Joel Slayton has been Director since 1991.

CADRE offers BFA and MFA degrees in Digital Media Art. CADRE has published SWITCH, an online journal of new media, since 1995.

SWITCH and CADRE were early centers of the net.art movement that coincided with the Dot-com bubble in nearby Silicon Valley.

In 2006, CADRE, along with SJSU served as the academic hosts for the ISEA symposium and ZeroOne Festival held in San Jose. CADRE students collaborated on several artist residencies and several current and former students had their artworks in the festival.

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