The Carnival of e-Creativity
& Change-agents Conclave

CeC 2013
Past Iterations:
2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012

The Academy
Electronic Arts

CeC & CaC (pronounced "Sek & Sak") is an annual global occasion to collectively seek out, manifest, learn from, connect with and enjoy a studied broad canvas of cutting-edge participation & content from India and the world, addressing the Creative Empowerment of Individuals by the burgeoning spread of Technology across multiple streams of human endeavour.

With various component parts to it, CeC & CaC is a public incident played out across several congruent venues through a Friday-Saturday-Sunday, January or February, in New Delhi, India.

Whereas CeC & CaC has been developed and driven primarily by The Academy of Electronic Arts, the first three iterations were co-presented and also hosted by India International Centre, after which it moved to the mountains in 2009.

The incident proceeds in a continuum subject to evolutionary flux, but sets out in each iteration to belong eventually to it's participants,.. some of whom then actually co-curate later iterations.

It is meant in service of the Good Earth and the General Public, including Institutions, Corporations, Governments and also the larger Global Community of eCreative Practitioners themselves, across all streams of activity.



We invite support, in any form whatsoever, from all who might bear goodwill towards this incident and our other works, with encouragement extended in return, as always, for everyone associated in anyway at all with any of our work to *give it as much as you can to also take from it as much as you can*, towards serving mutual and general public benefit.
As such, businesses and institutions are welcomed to explore any and all possible returns on investment that may be gained from association with the event, within the limits of rights, dignity and decorum of the organizers, the venues, the participants and all other partners.

Supporters of CeC & CaC (both direct and indirect) have included:
  • The Academy of Electronic Arts
  • India International Centre
  • Public Affairs Management
  • Imadjinn!
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • National Institute of Design - Ahmedabad
  • Hungama!
  • Bharti Airtel
  • Embassy of Austria in India
  • Pro-Helvetia Arts Council of Switzerland
  • Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs-Turkey
  • Arts Council of Korea
  • Italian Embassy Cultural Institute
  • Intima Virtual Base
  • NOMAD Project Channel
  • Social Science & Humanities Research Council of Canada
  • Simon Fraser University
  • Bandish ~ The School of Music
  • The Digital Academy at University of North Carolina Pembroke
  • CRCA, Calit2 and the EGL at University of California San Diego
  • Cultural Division, Embassy of Israel in India
  • Maeer MIT's Institute of Design
  • Max Mueller Bhavan - Delhi (Goethe Institut)
  • Embassy of Spain
  • Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology
  • Jawaharlal Nehru University
  • Arts Network Asia
  • PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia
  • Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture
  • Canada Council for the Arts
  • Consiel des Arts Montreal
  • Consiel des Art et de Lettres Quebec
  • SUISA-Stiftung fur Musik
  • SIS Schweizerische Interpreten Stiftung
  • Sattal Estate
  • AV Max
  • Conjure
  • Flying Cursor
  • Helter Skelter
  • Asian Cultural Council
  • Institut für Auslandsbezieungen, Kulturabteilung des Auswaertigen Amtes (Institute for Foreign Connections, Culture Department of the Ministery of Foreign Affairs, Germany)
  • Gedok Bremen Künstlerinnenverband Bremen (Union of Women Artists, Bremen)
  • The George Washington University International Programs
  • Diversity Art Forum
  • Shivnakaun Productions
  • Bidirectional Access Promotion Society
  • Centre for Internet and Society, Bangalore
  • The US Department of State,. U.S. Embassy,. New Delhi
  • ... and others


associated event ~ August 19, 2006