Due to popular demand this event is now FULLY BOOKED.
If you have an interest in attending this event, please email LauraOL@DerbyQuad.co.uk to be added to the waiting list, should more places become available.
Digital and Creative Media in the Midlands – Future Working?
Networking and Discussion Day
Join us for a networking and discussion event examining talks and testimonials surrounding creative new media works from artists, curators and academics in the digital arts field.
This is an opportunity to question how digital artists can work with organisations and local communities and identify what needs to be developed. Topics will include the opportunity for more artist training, funding for research into new technologies, identifying funding sources for new work and to look towards the future of digital engagement.
The outcome of these conversations will be fed back to the attendees and speakers during the day, as well as in a live-feed, with the purpose to determine what key issues needs to be addressed, and to begin the formation of a new Creative Media Network for the Midlands that looks to support digital artists.
Antonio Roberts, Digital Artist and Curator
Ben Fredericks, Digital Artist and Digital Arts Network Coordinator, Phoenix Leicester
David Gilbert, Independent Curator and Coordinator D-Lab (Derbyshire Digital Arts Platform)
Debbie Cooper, Head of Fundraising Sheffield Museums and Digital Artist Coordinator, QUAD
Dom Breadmore, Creative Director Ludic Rooms
Gary Thomas, Co-Director, Animate Projects
Helen Starr, Curator, Founder The Mechatronic Library
Peta Murphy, Relationship Manager Creative Media, Arts Council England
Peter Bonnell, Senior Curator, QUAD
Laura O’Leary, Programme Assistant, QUAD
Leila Johnston, Artist and Digital Producer
Maitreyi Maheshwari, Programme Director, Zabludowicz Collection
Rob Lindsay, Associate, The Space
Monday 4 February 2019, 10am – 4pm
Places are limited, booking advised
Book now via EventBrite here.
This event is supported by QUAD, Derby, Phoenix, Leicester and Arts Council England.