Registration Open: Creativity in the Digital Age, 23 May 2017

#DigiCreatives

Keynote Speakers: Jonathan Dovey (University of the West of England); Ruth McElroy (University of South Wales)

Registration is now open for our Creativity in the Digital Age: Remixes, Remediations, Realignments Symposium.

Cardiff University’s Digital Cultures Network is delighted to announce its third Symposium, which focuses on the creative arts in the digital age. The creative industries are a major contributor to the cultural and economic capital of the UK, constituting a field of rapid expansion and innovation. In this context, we consider how digital practices such as remixing and remediation are themselves realigning what we understand ‘creativity’ to mean, resulting in fruitful but also challenging collisions. While academic research is engaging with emergent practices in equally exciting and revealing ways, much remains to be done. Of interest are the intersections between the two fields, which are stimulating creative/critical approaches to collaborative practice, suggesting new roles that universities can play.

Confirmed speakers include: Victoria Anderson, Katie Brown, Jon Dovey, Holly Furneaux, Ben Gwalchmai, Ruth McElroy, David Millard, Janire Najera, Shane Nickels, Caitriona Noonan, Sara Pepper and Matt Wright.

Registration is free for delegates but places are limited. The deadline for registration is 20 May 2017. Please register on Eventbrite: https://creativity-digital-age.eventbrite.co.uk.

Final Programme

09.30 Registration and Coffee
10.30 Keynote 1

  • Ruth McElroy (USW), Value and the Digital: Creativity and Constraint
11.30 Coffee
12.00 Panel 1

  • Sara Pepper (Cardiff), Introduction
  • Matt Wright and Janire Najera (4PI Productions), CULTVR: Cultural Immersion
  • Dave Millard (Southampton), StoryPlaces: Exploring the Poetics of Locative Stories
  • Shane Nickels (yello brick), Creative Play
13.30 Lunch
14.15 Panel 2

  • Victoria Anderson (Cardiff/Stretch), Digital Storytelling in Prisons: Route to Rehabilitation?
  • Katie Brown (Bristol), Creating and Questioning Identities in ‘Joanna Rants’
  • Ben Gwalchmai (NUI Galway), Architectural Literature
15.45 Tea
16.15 Panel 3

  • Caitriona Noonan (Cardiff), Broadcasting the Arts in Television’s Digital Age: New Forms of Public Service Value?
  • Holly Furneaux (Cardiff), Dickensian: Mashups and Queer Fan Fiction
17.30 Keynote 2

  • Jon Dovey (UWE), Following your Nose: Ambiguity, Interaction and Ambience

Organisers: Kate Griffiths, Anthony Mandal.

Research Associate: Michael Goodman.

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