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Creative and Digital Industries Hub newsletter June 2016
Congratulations to Tom who received a £75 voucher for winning the Student Oral Presentation Competition at this year's Research and Innovation Conference.
Congratulations to Emily who received a £75 voucher for winning the 2-Minute Dissertation Competition at this year's Research and Innovation Conference.
Congratulations to Emmanuel who received a £75 voucher for winning the 3-Minute Thesis Competition at this year's Research and Innovation Conference.
Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) push the boundaries of human knowledge. Unconventional ways of thinking and creativity open novel and visionary fields of research that radically shift.
Our project aims to bring together artists and FET projects using best practice methods to create high-impact collaborative outcomes including the production of new artworks, major exhibitions, media campaigns, and socially engaged events including festivals, debates and participatory workshops.
Six leading international artists will be hosted within FET projects through fully funded embedded residencies. Through in-depth collaborations with researchers and reflecting on the projects, the artists will explore, engage and communicate these new areas of research to reach the widest possible audiences, opening up societal discussions, raising awareness and enhancing take-up of radically new technologies.
Are you are an artist with a keen interest in new technologies and experience in working collaboratively across technological and/or scientific disciplines? Then apply for the FEAT residency programme. Artists from all over the world are welcome to apply.
Offering up to £15,000 for UK universities and museums to foster a completely new creative collaboration with an artist working in a discipline outside the applicant institution’s usual curriculum. Apply after Friday 1 April and by Thursday 18 August 2016. An artist may not apply directly – all applications must be made by the host institution.
The UK’s only national festival of the humanities is now inviting applications for 2016.The third Being Human festival will run between Thursday 17 and Friday 25 November 2016. The theme for 2016 is ‘Hope and Fear’. Applicants are encouraged to consider events around the theme, but other proposals are welcome as well.
There are a number of ways to get involved, from organising one event or coordinating a small programme, to becoming a Being Human ‘Festival Hub’. Have a look at the full call for applications to find out more.
The call is open between Tuesday 13 September and Thursday 10 October 2016
Why participate in the France (Channel) England Programme?
The programme provides funding to project partnerships to support them in gaining the full benefits of working on a cross-border basis. The benefits of working across borders include;
Between Monday 11 and Thursday 14 July 2016 Brighton, United Kingdom
Contact person: The EuroMedia2016 Conference Team
IAFOR and its global partners are proud to announce the European Conference on Media, Communication, & Film 2016 (EuroMedia2016). This event welcomes participants from all over the world to discuss the theme “Justice".
Organised by: IAFOR-The International Academic Forum
Thursday 1 and 2 September 2016 Liverpool, United Kingdom
Contact person: Common Ground Publishing
This interdisciplinary conference and its companion journal invite scholars, artists, educators, designers, historians, philosophers, and practitioners to examine the nature and functions of image-making and images.
Organised by: Common Ground Publishing
Deadline for proposals: Monday 1 August 2016
Between Monday 5 September and Wednesday 7 September 2016
Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Deadline for the submission of Abstracts: Friday 8 April 2016.
Between Thursday 22 and Saturday 24 September 2016School of Arts and Humanities, University of Lisbon
The deadline for abstracts or proposals is Friday 17 June, with decisions communicated by Friday 1 July 2016.
Between Monday 17 and Friday 21 October 2016Aarhus University, Denmark
This conference is motivated by the premise that the challenge of social robotics can only be met by a joint research effort across disciplines--empirical and normative research must go hand in hand, from the very beginning of design.
The conference will feature about 100 talks in plenaries, special workshops, and parallel sessions of reviewed research papers.
Tuesday 15 March: Deadline for submissions of papers, abstracts, and posters.Tuesday 10 May: Notification of acceptance.
Between Thursday 24 and Saturday 26 November 2016Local Fashion Communities, University of Antwerp, Belgium,
Submission guidelines for abstracts:
300 Word abstracts are due by 15 of April 2016. Please note that abstract which exceed the word limit will not be taken into consideration. Abstracts should be submitted by e-mail in a Word format (.doc or .docx; please refrain from using footnotes and/or any special formatting, characters or emphasis) to both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with NWFC16 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION in the subject.
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: Monday 1 August 2016
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