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Digital Culture Talks Day 3
July 20 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Digital Culture Talks 2023
in partnership with the University of Wolverhampton
Dive into the world of creative and cultural digital content on a national scale as we discuss, engage, and explore ways to encourage and strengthen the cultural sector while celebrating the unique work created in the West Midlands.
This 3-day event featured keynote speakers from the creative industries, cultural sector, and broadcasters who shed light on the present and future of culture online.
Watch Day 3, Part 1 here:
Watch Day 3, Part 2 here:
Day 3 – Celebrating Digital Culture Online: Now and Next
Thursday 20th July (Online and in person at the University of Wolverhampton Screen School)
What’s next for digital platforms and the creation and publication of arts and culture content? We’re seeing a boom in innovative production and storytelling capability in arts and cultural organisations and across the arts and culture freelance sector, so where should this content go and how can we ensure audiences find it? Who should organisations be partnering with and where are the future funding opportunities?
Case study: Birmingham trams that go back in time, and beyond – Harmeet Chagger-Khan (Creative Director, Surfing Light Beams)
Keynote: Creative Media Futures – Ian Ravenscroft (Creative Director, Hey Green Raven) & Corey Campbell (Artistic Director, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry)
Roundtable discussion – Where next for digital arts and culture? How will technology continue to transform how we engage with audiences?
- Fiona Morris, CEO & Creative Director, The Space
- Hayley Pepler, Pepler Creative and Manchester International Festival
- Julia Walter, Operation Lead for the Digital Development, RSC
- Parminder Dosanjh, Creative Director, Creative Black Country
- Dr Pritpal Sembi, University of Wolverhampton