We’re very excited to announce that Facebook is supporting the Brighton Digital Festival by providing high speed internet access and improved WiFi infrastructure at the Brighton Dome for the duration of the festival.
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Yes, it’s that time of year again: The third annual Brighton Mini Maker Faire is on the horizon and we’re on the lookout for makers of every sort to help us create an even more mind-blowingly eclectic, enlightening and awe-inspiring event. If you think this could be you, read on…
Andrew Sleigh is co-founder and project lead for Brighton Mini Maker Faire.
In September Clearleft will move to a newly refurbished building in Middle Street. Currently, as you can see, it’s a building site. But come September the space will be transformed, offering office space alongside workshop, conference, and event space, which we hope in the longer term will be used by the wider community. To kick things off we’re offering this Space for a exhibition of digital art which will run for the duration of Brighton Digital Festival. If you’re interested in exhibiting please look at the call to artists here.
Sophie Davies-Patrick is Project Manager for Clearleft.
Connection. That’s the key theme that emerged at the recent Brighton Digital Festival open meeting, and very nearly had us cheering in our seats. We’re from New Writing South, a creative writing organisation based in Brighton that’s all about making connections. We make connections between our membership, which is made up of playwrights, novelists, poets, screenwriters and more from across the South East and beyond….
Bella Todd is an arts journalist and trustee of New Writing South.
Brighton Digital Festival Manger, Tom Bailey, kicks-off the #BDF2013 blog inviting contributions from anyone wanting to share, announce, reflect and communicate…
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