We're excited to announce Naho Matsuda's data poetry artwork, EVERY THING EVERY TIME, will be part of Qatar British Festival 2019
Leading digital industry consultant Naomi will act as Interim Chair for the next year, replacing Vikas Shah MBE, who has been Chair since May, 2015.
Social Chain, Sacha Lord and Wayne Hemingway are among the first speakers to be confirmed for this new tech and creativity summit in Manchester
A new digital artwork exploring the impact of the ongoing conflict and humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Join us as we take you inside the themes and behind the scenes of Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s breathtaking new work
Manchester International Festival unveils a major new co-commission with Science and Industry Museum, FutureEverything and ELEKTRA/Arsenal, Montreal
This March sees the US premiere of Naho Matsuda’s mesmerising data-poetry artwork at South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas
Kasia Molga, Scanner and GROW Observatory bring soil data to life in this online networked digital artwork
On Wednesday 5 December – World Soil Day – visit www.codeofsoil.com to hear and see the soil speak!
GROW Observatory launches a free online course introducing innovative ways to help make change happen around environmental issues
Later this month, FAULT LINES Artist Matthew Rosier will bring Macclesfield’s historic 108 Steps to life with a playful, projection-mapped installation
A brand new event packed with big ideas and thought-provoking debate around creative leadership and cultural democracy