ICANetwork is an arts consultancy, production and curatorial firm based in San Francisco.  Founded in 2000 by Julie Lazar, ICANetwork specializes in the creation, dissemination and public understanding of contemporary, public, time-based and digital art.

 
As part of the Getty Center’s city-wide initiative, Pacific Standard Time and its Performance and
 Public Art Festival, ICANetwork produced Kaleidoscope of Pacific Standard Time (KPST) featuring kpst.org, an Internet resource highlighting interviews, artworks and performance recordings by artists whose ideas contribute to California’s fertile contemporary art landscape, along with RE:COMPOSITION; live performances of new or adapted artworks. Participating artists included: JD Beltran and Marc Barrite, Sandro Dukic, Joan Jeanrenaud with Paul de Jong, and Joan Retallack with Michael Ives.  Performances were presented in San Francisco at Southern Exposure and in Los Angeles at SciArc .

ICANetwork originated an interdisciplinary arts program of
 commissioned and existing artworks entitled, AGENCY: The Work of Artists, for
 The Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga as well as with partners at a variety of sites in California.   
Participating artists included: AXIS Dance Company, Remy Charlip, Chitresh Das, Double G, 
Joanna Haigood/ZACCHO  Dance Theatre, Jan Henle, Louis Hock, Hirokazu Kosaka, Mingwei Lee 
with Stephen Freid, Ingram Marshall with Jim Bengston, Julia Meltzer with David Thorne, 
Constance Samaras, Adam Silverman with Nader Tehrani, and Mierle Laderman Ukeles.

ICANetwork organized 
LIGHT SENSITIVE: Heather Carson, Katherine Finkelpearl, Anthony McCall, Iain Slack, an exhibition for Santa Monica's Arena 1 Gallery, and produced programs of commissioned live music with projected images entitled, DISTRIBUTED MEMORY: Brent Green and Califone, Janie Geiser and Tom Recchion, Pat O'Neill and Carl Stone, Tony Discenza and Michael Zbyszynski, for the Getty Museum (that traveled to Montalvo and Yerba Buena Center). Who's on First/What's On Second?, a new public art program developed for downtown San José, resulted in eight temporary site-specific projects by J.D. Beltran, Bill Fontana, Helena Keefe, Chip Lord with Bruce Tomb, Hector Dio Mendoza, Jordan Gieger, and Jon Brumit,
which was inaugurated during ZERO1 Global Festival of Art on the Edge.

The international touring exhibition, PAT O’NEILL: Views from Lookout Mountain;
 AFI’s The Arts and Streaming Media conference, performances and installations of new media art;
 as well as a program concept for Art Center College of Design’s power plant redevelopment project
 designed by Frank O. Gehry, were all organized and/or produced by ICANetwork.  

The firm's clients include:
 American Film Institute; Cornerhouse; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles;
 Santa Monica Museum of Art; Center for Cultural Innovation; Freewaves; Creative Capital;  KCET Community Television; the City of San José's Office of Cultural Affairs, Public Art; USC Annenberg Arts Journalism Programs; Orange County Museum of Art; Seattle Public Library/Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs; Metropolitan Transportation Authority of Los Angeles, Montalvo Arts Center; Nasher Sculpture Center; Creative Capital, Witness to Guantanamo Project; University of California  Institute of Research in the  Arts, and the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department.

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Photographs (clockwise): Light/HANGAR (2006) by Heather Carson as seen in the exhibition, Light Sensitive.  I N T E R R U P T U S (2008 - 2012)) by Joan Retallack with Michael Ives;  Bar Hopping (2012) by Joan Jeanrenaud and Paul de Jong; Still Movement: Homage to Nan Hoover (2012) by Sandro Dukic and, Evolution (2010-2012) by JD Beltran and Marc Barrite--all presented as part of RE:COMPOSITION for the Getty Center’s Performance and Public Art Festival January 20 - 29, 2012.http://www.heathercarson.com/Installations/lighthangar.htmlshapeimage_4_link_0