Members of the DLAC Network – Tori Holmes, Claire Taylor and Thea Pitman – will all be participating in a Writing Sprint coordinated by Modern Languages Open to celebrate Academic Book Week. Focussed around the key topic of Modern Languages and the Digital, the Writing Sprint draws together experts in Modern Languages from around the UK and … Continue reading
A reminder to our readers that the Being Human Festival exhibition at Liverpool opens next week, in which Claire’s Latin American Digital Art project will be participating. As part of Being Human, the UK’s national festival of the humanities, the University of Liverpool is holding a series of events including an exhibition in the Gallery … Continue reading
Claire Taylor’s AHRC-funded Follow-On Project on Latin(o) American Digital Art has now come to an end, and has drawn up a Policy Document based on the findings of the project. The Policy Document that makes a series of observations and recommendations regarding the exhibition spaces for digital artwork, the uses of social media for curation … Continue reading
We’re delighted to announce that Claire’s Latin American Digital Art project will be participating in the series of events held in Liverpool as part of the Being Human Festival. Being Human is the UK’s only national festival of the humanities, and is now in its second year. A series of events are taking place in … Continue reading
Claire Taylor recently appeared on a Resonance FM radio programme, in their ‘Making Conversations’ series. Resonance FM is an arts radio project broadcasting to the South Bank and Bankside in London. Broadcast on 29th September 2015 at 4pm, the programme was hosted by Andrew Prescott, Theme Leader Fellow in Digital Transformations for the Arts & Humanities Research … Continue reading
The Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures at the University of Leeds will be holding its launch event on Wed 4, November, 2015, 3-5pm, Clothworkers North Cinema. This will be followed by a wine reception. Guest speakers include the digital artist María Mencía and the cybercultural critics David Bell and Elena Trubina. All welcome.
On Friday 25 September, Tori and Thea took part in a panel on ‘Digital Visibilities’ at the ‘Remapping Brazilian Cultural Studies’ conference, held at Senate House in London. The conference was organised by Tori in collaboration with Sara Brandellero (Leiden) and Stephanie Dennison (Leeds), with support from the Institute of Latin American Studies. The purpose … Continue reading
The Digital Design Weekend at the Victoria and Albert Museum which took place last Saturday and Sunday was a resounding success, with over 9,000 visitors to the exhibits over the course of the weekend. The weekend brought together academics, practitioners, designers, creative industries, curators, and more, who all presented their work in a variety of … Continue reading