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Skills for Future Art Ecosystems: Chris MacInnes

NB: This workshop is most relevant to people who are working with 3D already or want to get into game engines. Are you a creative...

Skills for Future Art Ecosystems: Keiken

Are you using Unreal Engine to create environments and ready to start building the characters who inhabit them? In this workshop, Keiken shares their...

Lucky Jim's Concert Party – James Barnor's 92nd Birthday Celebrations (Highlights)

Affectionately called ‘Lucky Jim’, James Barnor radiates optimism. At 92, he swears by a regimen of maintaining good relationships and listening to music for...

Lucky Jim's Concert Party – James Barnor's 92nd Birthday Celebrations with Fɛɛ Hii

Affectionately called ‘Lucky Jim’, James Barnor radiates optimism. At 92, he swears by a regimen of maintaining good relationships and listening to music for...

HOLDING SPACE ACROSS CRIP TIME: Leah Clements & Kyla Harris

HOLDING SPACE ACROSS CRIP TIME is a series of interviews between Leah Clements and other artists, curators and art workers, for whom navigating disability...

Future Art Ecosystems 2: Larry Achiampong and David Blandy

What is the role of the artist within the metaverse? How can they tell stories within increasingly virtual platforms whilst still critiquing relatively new...

James Barnor – 'Photography is in every branch of life'

British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor's career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres through his work with studio portraiture, photojournalism, editorial commissions and...

Future Art Ecosystems 2 Live: Amelia Bearskin-Winger

Drawing from her own native Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) culture, artist, technologist and producer Amelia Winger-Bearskin explores how we can future-proof technologies just like the stories...

Skills for future Art Ecosystems: Interaction 101 with Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley

Looking to add interactivity to the work you are producing? Throughout the workshop, participants learned ways to engage the audience/users of their work by...
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