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[Commlist] DRHA2019 // Registrations is now open

Mon Aug 12 10:48:46 GMT 2019

DRHA2019 // Registrations is now open

Radical Immersions: Navigating between virtual/physical environments and information bubbles
8-10 September 2019
Watermans Arts Centre, London




Full Attendance - £80 Student/Unwaged - £50 Single Day - £40 Remote Delegate - £60



We would love to invite you to join us for the conference dinner, a great way to celebrate the event, network and continue any particular interesting conversations.
Date: Monday 9th September, 7.30pm
Location: One Over the Ait Cost: £30


Prof Matthew Fuller is a writer, artist, and Professor of Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths University of London. He has been involved in a number of projects in new media, art, software studies, cultural ecology, and design.

Dr Maria Chatzichristodoulou (aka Maria X) is a cultural practitioner who has worked as curator, producer, performer, writer and community organiser in the UK, Greece and internationally (France, Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Peru). She is currently Associate Professor in Performance and New Media, and Head of External Development and Enterprise for the School of Arts and Creative Industries at London South Bank University.

For over 20 years DRHA: Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts (Previously named: Digital Resources in Humanities and the Arts) continues to be a key gathering for all those are influenced by the digitization of cultural activity, recourses and heritage in the UK.

A series of annual conferences whose goal is to bring together the creators, users, distributors, and custodians of digital research and resources in the arts, design and humanities to explore the capture, archiving and communication of complex and creative research processes. This includes: Scholars, teachers, artists, publishers, librarians, curators or archivists who all wish to extend and develop access and preservation regarding digitized information rendered from contemporary culture and scholarship; the information scientist seeking to apply new scientific and technical developments to the creation, exploitation and management of digital resources.

DRHA provides intellectual and physical space for cross-disciplinary discussion and the generation of new ideas, resulting in many new networks and productive research relationships. The DRHA conference started at Dartington, and it was a development from the DRH conference series which began at Oxford in 1997

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