Follow-On Workshops and Telepresence Event

Following on from our popular Cities in Dialogue exhibition at FACT in October, we are running two exciting events with community media groups here in Liverpool.

Held in mid-February, the events will be led by Claire Taylor and Jordana Blejmar, who will be facilitating two workshops with the Veterans in Practice digital art group.

The workshops will be follow-up sessions with the Artist in Residence, Brian Mackern who held a mapping workshop with the ViP in October.

The two workshops will provide the opportunity for members of the group to ask questions to the artist and bring him up to date with their plans.

The first of the two workshops will be a preparatory event, as the group design their interaction with the artist. The second of the two workshops will be a telepresence event with the artist himself, who, speaking from his home town of Uruguay, will dialogue with the group and share thoughts and artistic practice.

We’ll be tweeting about the events, so keep an eye on our twitter account: @latamcyber

If you’d like to join in the tweets, we’d recommend the hashtag #citiesindialogue



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