A one-day conference, taking place at Hull Truck Theatre, Digital Utopias will inspire and spark debate about how new technologies are enabling creativity across the arts. The conference will capture topical and diverse approaches to curation, archiving, collecting and creating from a range of art forms, from the visual arts to theatre.
Digital Utopias will show organisations and professionals the benefits of experimenting with technology, and encourage crossover between arts and the creative industries.
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Films and podcasts to come
We’re recording all of the Panel and Showcase sessions from today – so stay tuned for films and podcasts coming to this page later in the week.
Digital Utopias is an Arts Council event curated by Abandon Normal Devices as a trailblazer event for Hull City of Culture 2017, bringing together a range of Arts Council partners including The Space, AHRC and The British Council as well as artists and cultural practitioners from across the UK and beyond.
Digital Utopias is one of a series of three Arts Council events supported by Google.