BDF has always featured a wide range of exceptional digital arts exhibitions, performances, interventions and interactions – and 2014 was no different. Check out these fantastic photos from Oleg Pulemjotov.
Throughout the duration of the Brighton Digital Festival, the second floor windows of the Brandwatch headquarters – next to Brighton Station – will be draped with a hand-crafted LED curtain. It will display personalized messages and designs from Twitter users around the world, as well as information about the Brighton Digital Festival and its events.
My name is Jude Leck. I was up until recently, studying Psychology at University. Just so you know, I won’t be including the name of the university or my real name. I’ve just received word that the authorities will be notified if I ever set foot on campus grounds again. I have absolutely no idea how this could have happened.
What is the best way to learn? It’s a big question, right? One, that some very clever people have been trying to answer for a long time, but while we’ve only just begun to unravel the secrets of our own brain, we can presume a few things. Firstly, that learning is social and requires us to share information with each other, secondly, that it’s based on experience and thirdly, you need motivation to make it happen. Get those three things right and you’re flying!
Hi, I’m John. It’s my responsibility to get Brighton Digital Festival covered as much as possible – in local and national newspapers and magazines, on television and radio, and written about online – so that greater audiences hear about and engage with your events. There are plenty of opportunities for us to work together and include your events in this national coverage.
The countdown is on for the ‘Sounds Holographic’ extravaganza and I feel very blessed and lucky to be the director presenting to you. With a collection of 10 exquisite sound, dance and visual artists we shall creatively explore and experiment with the scientific and mystical qualities of sound resonance. [Read more…]
Each month, Design Brighton hosts an event which sees people from all creative disciplines coming together to connect, inspire and create. For September, Design Brighton is holding a very special event indeed for the Brighton Digital Festival – with a stellar line up of three great speakers from the digital industry. ‘Talking Digital’ at The Old Market on Monday 16th September will be a fantastic opportunity to gain a real insight into the work of three exciting design studios…
In my experience, conferences fit into one of two categories; interesting, or free. There’s some brutal capitalism at work on the conference circuit – the best speakers come with a hefty price tag, and attendees must foot that bill (plus a little extra sugar for the conference organisers)… [read more]
I didn’t meant to do it. I’d gone to the organiser’s meeting for Brighton Digital Festival at the Old Market in my capacity as co-organiser (together with Grit Lit and Ethical-Seo) of the Flash Lit Fiction event on the 26th September. Then suddenly, swept up by the enthusiasm and creative energy in the room, and with the website deadline just 3 days away, I decided to also bring forward a completely separate project.
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