Knowledge Exchange Network: Participation and Engagement in the Arts
13 November 2011
The Knowledge Exchange Network are pleased to announce their fifth event in the Participation & Engagement in the Arts seminar series on “The Role Of Technology In Participation And Engagement In The Arts”. Registration is now open. Places are free, but limited. In order to attend the seminar series, please e-mail: email@example.com to reserve your place as soon as possible.
This session is hosted by Culture Lab and Newcastle University and will focus on the role of the technology on the participation and engagement in arts. We look forward to hearing presentations from Miss Sarah Cook - Lecturer and Researcher, University of Sunderland; Rachel Clarke - Artist & PhD student, Culture Lab, Newcastle University; Roots and Wings (CIC) and the Arts Council.
Culture Lab is located on Newcastle University Campus Grand Assembly Rooms, King’s Walk, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU. More information on how to reach Newcastle University, can be found here.
1pm Arrival & registration (refreshments will be provided)
1.30 Welcome and Introduction
Leila Jancovich, Leeds Metropolitan University
Ben Jones, Newcastle University
1.40 Curating New Media - working title
Miss Sarah Cook, Lecturer and Researcher, University of Sunderland
CRUMB- helping new artists to 'exhibit' new media art, including curators, technicians and artists
2.00 Collective Making as a Resource for Bespoke Participatory Design
Rachel Clarke, artist & PhD student, Culture Lab, Newcastle University
2.30 Refreshment break
2.45 Digitalization policy
Arts Council Speaker TBC
3.05 Multimedia design for people, paper and pixels
Roots and Wings (CIC)
Newcastle based arts and design organisations
3.35 Refreshment break
3.45 Discussion groups
Facilitated by Leila Jancovich, Leeds Metropolitan University
4.45 Summing up
Professor Franco Bianchini.
For more information, or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact: Leila on firstname.lastname@example.org or Franco on email@example.com.
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