Nesta, Arts Council England, Arts & Humanities Research Council and FACT invite practitioners, companies and researchers working in the field of digital public art to the Digital Art in Public Spaces Tech Talk on Tuesday 1 December, between 11am-3pm, at FACT, Liverpool.
The event will bring together projects from the Digital R&D Fund for Arts portfolio along with others working in the field of digital public art. Digital Art in Public Spaces is designed to share the learning that has been developed during the lifetime of the Fund and to learn from those working in the ‘digital space’.
There are a number of projects exploring how digital technology can be used to engage audiences or provide them with a means to access art in non-traditional formats / venues.
Organisations confirmed so far include:
- Abandon Normal Devices
- Invisible Flock
- Future Everything
The day will be chaired by Jo Wright, Executive Director of FACT.
For more information and to register click here.
The Space briefing will follow on directly from this in The Box – 3-4pm, with further conversations and networking in FACT’s café/bar.
More information on the series can be found on the R&D Fund for the arts website.