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CONVERGENCE: International Summit on Interdisciplinary Arts and Technology

Convergence is an arts summit dedicated to exploring the ways that arts practices intersect with each other and with technology in a complex physical and social ecology. The summit will explore what happens when contemporary professional practices in all forms of music, visual and digital art, film, theatre, dance, literature or interdisciplinary arts cross-pollinate with emerging production and dissemination technologies. Continue reading


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Next RICHES workshop: “Building the project’s foundation”

i2cat Foundation organised in collaboration with the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (UIC) the first RICHES workshop to be held in Barcelona on the 13th of May Continue reading


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First ICCA Workshop on Cultural Industries

This Workshop, hosted by the Labex ICCA (an interdisciplinary research centre on the arts, culture and digital markets and their practices), intends to provide a forum that allows the development and the dissemination of researches on a single object (cultural industries) but from different scientific fields (economics, communication sciences, sociology, law, education sciences…). It aims at favouring discussions and connections between various scientific fields and various cultural industries. Continue reading


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Next RICHES workshop: “Building the project’s foundation”

i2CAT, RICHES’ partner from Barcelona, will organize the first of three thematic workshops aimed at showcasing the outputs of the project research. The workshop is being held on 13 May 2014 and will focus on elaborating a Taxonomy of Terms and Definitions which will support the project’s research. Continue reading


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DISA for Digital Innovation in South Africa

DISA (Digital Innovation in South Africa) is a South-African national collaborative initiative working on the building of an online, high-quality information resource containing historical material of interest to scholars and students. This resource is aimed to be easily and universally accessible. Continue reading