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blog: Registration is OPEN for one-day public symposium 'Completing the Circle: Incorporating Evaluation Methods in Creative Work'

Registration to attend is now open for a one-day symposium, endorsed by the BCS Computer Arts Society and the Design Research Society, to be held in central London on Monday 19th January 2009.

The symposium celebrates curiosity in creative digital work, bringing together artists, designers, computer scientists, developers and academics. All papers have been peer-reviewed by an international panel.

See event http://www.arts-humanities.net/event/lansdown_symposium_09_c...

event: What Future for Living Textiles?

23/10/2008

Textile designers are uniquely placed to inhabit other design fields and cohabit with the world of science. In recent years the potential of nano- and bio- technology has caught the imagination of a new generation of textile makers, particularly in the fields of fashion and architecture. [read more...]

event: Human Futures: Art in an Age of Uncertainty

30/10/2008 10:00

Conference + Book Launch, FACT Liverpool.

The event will appeal to philosophers, sociologists, science fiction enthusiasts, artists & designers.

Finalized Speakers include: Russell Blackford, Paul Brown, Michael Burton, Nigel Cameron, Revital Cohen, etoy.CORPORATION, Ernest Edmonds, Steve Fuller, Norman M. Klein, Andy Miah, Fiona Raby, Mike Stubbs, Nicola Triscott.

Tickets: £25 / £20 concessions

Group bookings & further information: contact gabrielle.jenks@fact.co.uk [read more...]

event: EPSRC Design in the Digital World - Call for Expressions of Interest

08/12/2008

EPSRC Design in the Digital World - Call for Expressions of Interest

Call for participants to attend a five day residential event to be held in High Wycombe, 8-12 December 2008.

http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/CallsForProposals/DesignInTheDigitalW...

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event: CAS and TESLA Joint Meeting

02/09/2008 14:00
02/09/2008 19:30

CAS is pleased to announce the launch of its Autumn programme with an afternoon/evening joint meeting with the TESLA Group at UCL.

The CAS AGM will be held in the break as indicated.

Venue University College London, Gower Street - room to be confirmed.

15:00 Registration and coffee
15:15 Murray McKeitch http://tinyurl.com/56o74o
16:00 Peter Bentley http://www.peterjbentley.com/
16:45 Julie Freeman http://www.juliefreeman.co.uk/
17:30 Drinks (60 min)
CAS AGM (in parallel - 20 min)
18:30 Peter Zinovieff http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Zinovieff [read more...]

event: 2008 Materialise Innovation Forum

17/09/2008
18/09/2008

Registration is now open for the 2008 Materialise Innovation Forum which will be held in Leuven, Belgium on September 17th and 18th for the second consecutive year. The Materialise Innovation Forum is a two day conference focusing on software solutions for RP&M and CAE professionals.

The conference comprises several sessions, each zooming in on a specific topic, in which a wide range of industry speakers present state-of-the-art developments in their field of knowledge:

  • Magics International Summit, in honor of Magics’ 15th anniversary

eventresources: 'Blue Skies and Singing Rings': Digital Technologies and Jewellery of the Future

Report from the Methods Network seminar hosted by David Humphrey (Royal College of Art) at The Dana Centre Studio, London, 26 October 2006. [read more...]

eventresources: Talking CGI

Report from the Methods Network seminar organized by Paul Wells as part of The Art of British CGI: Contemporary, Independent and Television Animation conference, Animation Academy, Loughborough University, 15 February 2007. [read more...]

eventresources: Immersive Vision Theatres and Strategies for Knowledge Transfer

Report from the Methods Network seminar organized by Michael Punt, University of Plymouth (13 December 2007).

This workshop considered content design for immersive vision theatres. These are typically planetariums refurbished and modified to accept ±180 degree digital projection. Facilities such as these are increasing in the UK in the HE and the museum sector, and with the advent of portable inflatable domes, there is a growing interest in primary and secondary sectors.

This event aimed to identify:

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