‘Human beings, as users, have always been obsessed with finding new ways of communicating through various techniques and technologies. The rapid technological changes that have occurred during the last two decades have allowed us – the users – to communicate through various social media platforms, providing us with more easily, faster and more frequently ways of communicating. However there are always concerns about other impacts those technologies might have on the communication processes.
The aim of the DRHA2014 Conference is to facilitate conversations on Design and collaborations between Digital Arts and Humanities, Creative Industries, Digital Libraries and Archives.
We are happy to announce that our Creative Director Ghislaine Boddington will chair a Panel session on Wednesday 3rd September 2014 from 13.45 to 1500 as part of DRHA2014. The session ‘Research in the Digital Arts - historical perspectives and future expansions’ will bring together speakers from a range of sectors, all involved in overviewing methodologies and processes within digital research in the arts.:
- Hasan Bakhshi - Director, Creative Economy, Policy & Research, Nesta
- Professor Sue Broadhurst - Departmental Director of Research, School of Arts, Brunel University
- Bronac Ferran - Curator and Researcher
- Professor Janis Jefferies - Associate Pro Warden Culture & Creative Industries, Goldsmiths, University of London
- Professor Andrew Prescott - Head of Department, Digital Humanities, King’s College London & AHRC Theme Leader Fellow for Digital Humanities
- Lucy Sollitt - Creative Media Relationship Manager, Arts Council of England
- Professor Gregory C Sporton - Professor of Digital Creativity, Head of Department, Creative Professions & Digital Arts, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Greenwich
DRHA2014 Conference: University of Greenwich from Sunday, 31 August 2014 to- Wednesday, 3 September 2014
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See full Programme here