You like Jam right! Well, do you like Raspberry Pie sorry Raspberry Pi - if you know what Raspberry Pi is then this event coming up in August is just for you. It's all part of OggCamp - the free culture Unconference which will see 300 developers, technologists & artists gather for this unique event that celebrates all things Free and Open Source.
The live webinar will take place at Inspace as part of their EIFF Atmosphere programme. Matt Adams of Blast Theory will introduce the core concepts behind interactive storytelling and artists Thompson & Craighead will discuss their work in the context of digital storytelling.
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Open Labs have partnered with the Thinking Digital Conference to bring Liverpool a free livecast of both days of Thinking Digital (Wed & Thurs, 30 & 31 May) from 2 different Merseyside locations. If you've not heard of the Thinking Digital Conference before, just imagine a 2 day version of a TEDx happening at the Sage Gateshead and you're 90% of the way there
A few places are still avilable on an Augmented Reality Workshop next week at FACT Liverpool.
Tamiko Thiel from Manifest.AR will be giving a workshop on making augmented reality applications using Layar. Check out the work that Manifest.AR have done ‘re-curating’ high art spaces using this technology.
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AND is currently seeking features, short films and artists moving image.
AND is joining forces with the micro-commissions scheme to support small ideas that have big potential.
FutureEverything is nearly upon us and it gets better and better every year, so below is some news and highlights of the programme. Remember one day all festivals will be made this way.
In response to overwhelming demand, ACME announce that they are adding two additional workshops to this season’s CPD programme. Both workshops are FREE but registration is required.
Liverpool based Community Interest Company Pencil Trick Productions have created a brand new initiative in creative networking events.
These bi-monthly forums will be held across Liverpool and aim at connecting all sorts of creative people who have a "story to tell" with those people who have a means to tell them.
They are looking to to link scriptwriters with directors, bands with video producers, artists with gallerias, to name but a few. On a larger scale they also want to put local community groups and social enterprises who have something to tell the world in touch with the production companies, writers and videographers who can help them.
So if the Kin networking events aren't for you and let's face facts they aren't everyones cup of tea then this looks perfect.