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Artist Workshop: Perceiving Cities and Urban Data

Tue 15th October, 17:30 – 19:30pm, Qatar National Library, Doha, Qatar

Can common space, technology and infrastructure inspire art ? Meet artist Naho Matsuda and learn about her artwork EVERY THING EVERY TIME

FutureEverything and British Council Qatar present: Naho Matsuda

Through deeper engagement with our surroundings and the technology being deployed in our cities, can we obtain a more meaningful experience of the world around us? Can common space, technology and infrastructure inspire art and culture.

Join us on 14th October to explore these topics and the ideas behind Naho Matsuda’s artwork EVERY THING EVERY TIME, meet artist Naho and FutureEverything at an evening discussion and workshop, exploring art, technology and your place in the cities of the future. 

By attending you will:

  • Learn about Naho’s creative practice and artwork EVERY THING EVERY TIME
  • Discuss and reflect upon how Qatar is changing, and imagine different scenarios for citizens, data and technology in future cities.
  • Enjoy meeting like minded people at a creative workshop in Doha.
  • Gain exposure to new ideas, helping develop their own creative work, research or study.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Is this event for me?
If you are curious, inquisitive or creative, yes! The event is open to all, and will particularly interest aspiring and established artists, people working in the cultural sector, creative technologists, community advocates and anyone with an interest in cities. 

Do I need to be an expert?
No, we hope to meet a wide variety of people in Qatar. The workshop will also appeal to students and researchers working in any of the fields above.

How do I book?
Book your ticket on the Eventbrite link above.
For any other enquiries, get in touch.

You can also find more out about the artwork by watching the video below, filmed at SXSW 2019.

Every Thing Every Time at SXSW

More from Naho Matsuda's Every Thing Every Time