If you like your art and you like your technology then you will probably like your artechnology (made up word) - Yes it's that's time when the Abandon Normal Devices festival comes around. This year it's in Manchester but don't let that put you off as there will be a fine selection of work on offer, to challenge, inspre and hopefully meta confuse our notions of Winning.
It only lasts 5 Days so don't be a loser and get along as soon as you can.
Legendary photographer Bill Zygmant, famed for his images of musicians and celebrities including The Beatles, Bee Gees and Jimi Hendrix, wiil be showcasing his collection of photographs from next week at Penny Lane Gallery.
Artists Brief: Baring Foundation and Your Housing Sheltered Scheme Project.
tenantspin are working with the Baring Foundation and Your Housing sheltered scheme residents to create a special project which addresses the digital divide and becoming even more creative as we age. We are looking to recruit an artist who can inspire and engage with older people and technology - http://www.fact.co.uk/get-
Towering high into the sky the column of air will rise and rise above the Mersey Estuary. and will be visible from 60 Miles away, this is really going to be quite cool once it finally gets working. Here in a video interview Anthony discusses the project and how he started out creating pieces made of mist.
Accessibility is an artist residency located on the campus of Cleveland State Community College in East Tennessee. During the last two weeks of October, selected artists are invited to create new works of art that deal primarily with the use of new media and technology. Cleveland is located 30 minutes from Chattanooga, 2 hours from Atlanta and Nashville and 90 minutes from Knoxville. Chattanooga was recently recognized as “Gig City”, being the first city to offer the fastest internet in the Western Hemisphere at 1 gig per second. The residency will also include weekly films, lectures, demonstrations and discussions involving the community, artists, students, and information technologists in a dialogue that brings awareness to the connections between technology, art and culture.