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EOI sARTorial — dLux MediaArts

Students and recent graduates are invited to submit expressions of interest to dLux MediaArts for participation in its sARTorial program. sARTorial: where digital art meets fashion, sound and technology. Part run-way and part performative art exhibition sARTorial showcases the latest possibilities in wearable art and tech.This is an exciting and unique opportunity for media artists, […]
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How *Not* To Use VR

Do. Not. Do. This.
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Women, Creative Collaborations and Digital Thinking

Through the Knowledge Exchange Programme at Creativeworks London, an interesting situation has been quietly unfolding with 62% of those awarded research collaborations being women led and many projects focussing on developments in digital thinking, products or projects. This session will open a timely discussion on gender, collaborations and digital thinking. It sets out to enquire […]
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A Must Listen: Interview with Irish e-lit artist, Michael Maguire

Such a worthwhile 46 minutes – take the time to listen to Michael Maguire, one of the most positive and genuine people working in eliterature today [with a great interview style by James O’Sullivan]: In December 2015, I met with Michael Maguire, and had a conversation with him about his work as a digital artist […]
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Media Arts Should be at the Core of the Australian Curriculum

For the first time, media arts, one of the five strands of the Arts curriculum, was to become a compulsory subject for primary school students. This will no longer be the case if the Review’s recommendations are adopted by the government. The Review recommends removing media arts from the mandatory arts strands, and “substantially reducing” […]