staff & credits

This website was originally suggested in 2004, at SIGGRAPH by Patricia Johnson, an educational consultant at Adobe, Inc.
 
This current website is largely an autoethnographic work by Michael J. Masucci.
 
Essays included are authored by several persons. The information presented in the history sections is asserted as factual, while the essays included are solely the opinions of their authors.
 
A number of scholars, most notably David Frantz, curator at USC One Archives, participated in the project.
 
Nicole Rademacher, Director of Communications at 18th Street Arts Center, served as a consultant, and Christa Forster is a contributing editor.

kate johnson +

Michael j. masucci +

Since 1993, EZTV has been directed by two working media artists:

credits & contributors

This online museum was largely an autoethnographic work by writer/curator Michael J. Masucci, and serves as his official narrative of the major events associated with EZTV, CyberSpace Gallery and its affiliates. Additional content provided by Kate Johnson.
 
The contributions made by David Frantz, curator at USC ONE Archives, Alex Donis, curator of COLAB, part of Pacific Standard Time, a Getty Museum initiative, staged at 18th Street Arts Center, and Joan Collins, Chair Emeritus of ACM LA-SIGGRAPH were essential in the creation of this project.
 
Images, video and other documentation for CyberSpace Gallery provided by Victor Acevedo.
 
The LA Woman Project was conceived and directed by Kate Crash
 
Creative participation, feedback and outreach by Nicole Rademacher.
 
Contributing Editor: Christa Forster.

Contributing Web Editor & Designer: Anais Montoya, Ambitious Woman.

This website is hosted by BGA Media, Robert Gelman, CEO.

collaborations,
partners,&
clients

18th Street Arts Center
Academy of Dance on Film
American Choreography Awards
American Film Institute
Association of Independent Video & Filmmakers
Barnsdall Art Park
BBC
BRAVO Channel
Burning Man
CalArts-Alpert Awards in the Arts
California Arts Council
California Governor & First Ladies Conference on Women & Families 2004-05
Carnegie Hall
Cultural + Planning Group
CyberArts International Conference 
Dance Camera West 
Digital-Be-In
DV Expo

Eli Broad – Ambrosia/Megavision Arts 
Finnish Foundation for the Visual Arts
Fringe Festival/Los Angeles
Getty Center
Global Entertainment & Media Summit 
Highways Performance Space
KCET/PBS
The History Channel
Institute of Contemporary Art (London)
Internet World
Japan American Cultural Center
LACE
LACMA
LA FreeWaves
Lannon Foundation
Lester Horton Awards
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Loretta Livingston & Dancers

Los Angeles Art Fair
Los Angeles Convention Center
Los Angeles County Arts Commission
Los Angeles Festival
Los Angeles Macintosh User’s Group
Los Angeles Theater Center
Luckman Art Center
Museum of Modern Art (New York)
Otis College of Art & Design
OxFam
Pasadena Convention Center
Pepperdine University
School of Visual Arts (New York)
SIGGRAPH
TEKES (Finnish Technology Agency)
Track 16/Bergamot Station
UCLA
USC

special thanks & acknowledgements

David Evans Frantz, Curator, ONE, National Gay & Lesbian Archives, USC Library
 
Genie Guerard, Manuscripts Librarian, UCLA Library Special Collections
 
Victor Acevedo
 
Nicole Rademacher
 
Joan Collins, Chair Emeritis, LA-SIGGRAPH
 
Alex Donis, Curator, COLAB, Pacific Standard Time
 
Jan Williamson, Executive Director, 18th Street Arts Center
 
Robert Gelman, BGA Media
 
Michael Kearns

Susanna B. Dakin
 
Stefano Di Paola, Project Associate, ONE, National gay & lesbian Archives, USC Library
 
Andrea Foenandar, graduate student, RCA, London
 
Clayton Cambell
 
Kate Crash
 
Nina Rota
 
Barbara T. Smith
 
This site is generously hosted by BGAMedia.

EZTV Archive is an organization-in-residence at the 18th Street Art Center, Santa Monica, CA.

EZTV/CyberSpace Online Museum gratefully acknowledges the indispensable help, in both resources, input, critique and development of the following individuals and organizations, whose efforts have resulted in this online archive of videos and ephemera: