Kids Share Music, Art, Culture Over Inernet! CyberFest '95

Yvonne Marie Andres (andresyv@CERF.NET)
Fri, 15 Sep 1995 12:29:17 -0700 (PDT)

News Release! News Release! News Release!

Kids Share Music, Art, Culture Over Inernet!
Global Schoolhouse Hosts CyberFest '95 Event

- Public Invited -

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Monday, September 18, 1995

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (PDT) (View only - DO NOT send video)

On September 18, from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM, the Global Schoolhouse will be
coordinating a live, interactive videoconference, over the Internet, as
part of CyberFest. '95 for children school, the news media, and the
general public. This historical event will be used to demonstrate how
school children from around the world can use Internet technology to
share music, art, and culture. Students will be performing from their
own schools located throughout the United States and Mexico, while the
Global Schoolhouse/CyberFest event will be held at the Port of San Diego,
America's Cup Museum.

Student presentations will include a flute recital from a Linden, New
Jersey middle school, Raleigh, North Carolina students sharing cultural
experiences from their trip to Japan, the Town School for Boys in San
Francisco sharing art fair photos, poetry from Portland, Oregon
elementary school students, and university students from Mexico sharing
information about their Ancient Culture. Unfortunately, schools from New
Zealand and Japan were not able to appear live due the the time
differences. Student Ambassadors from Jefferson Middle School, under the
direction of teacher, Josephina Cicero, will "anchor" the event. One of
the main goals of this event is to teach students how to be good global


Students will publish their experiences on the WWWeb, FOLLOWING the event:


The second Annual CyberFest 95 bills itself as a Digital High Tech Global
Telecommunication Art & Cultural Exchange. CyberFest will feature
artistry from local San Diego digital artists and software firms. The
events include a live multimedia performances, real-time download and
display of digital works, art and music entertainment installations.

The Global Schoolhouse, housed on the campus of a middle school in
Oceanside, is defined as a global, multi-dimensional community,
comprised of educators, businesses, government and community
organizations collaborating across time and space to transform the way we
work, live, and learn. The Global Schoolhouse uses the Internet to help
transform the learning environment and make education more effective.

The public is invited to view this event LIVE, by visiting the CyberFest
site in San Diego, (admission is free).

Or, they may view the event via CU-SeeMe videoconferencing (IP software over the Internet, from anywhere in the world!.


Yvonne Marie Andres, Director, Global Schoolhouse
Phone: 619-433-3413 Fax ( 619) 931-5934
Global Schoolhouse WWWeb site -
Tim Lauer,
Buckman Elementary, Portland Oregon
Mike Attayek,
Raleigh, North Carolina
Wiley International Magnet Elementary
Leni Donlan,
Town School for Boys, San Francisco
Phone: 415-921-3747, ext. 211
Fax: 415-921-2968
Gerry Del Monico,
Multimedia Resource Center
McManus Middle School, Linden, New Jersey
Eduardo Ornelas <>
Instituto Politecnico Nacional of Mexico
CyberFest '95 Information Contact:
Ruben Seja and Amber Marzullo
Tel: (619) 298-7473 Fax: (619) 497-0316
Web site...