Metrography (2012) by Benedikt Groß & Bertrand Clerc. part of the first Data as Culture exhibition at the ODI. Image © the artists.

CURATOR ANNOUNCED FOR DATA AS CULTURE

We're delighted to announce Shiri Shalmy as new curator for Data as Culture 2014

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BFI SHORTS NOMINATED FOR 2014 BAFTAs

Lighthouse is thrilled to announce that three of our BFI Shorts have been nominated for this year's BAFTA Awards.

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Artistic Director Opportunity

We are seeking a new Artistic Director to play a key role in shaping the future of our forward thinking digital culture agency at a time of significant growth.

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Guiding Lights 5 - Mentee Update No.3

As 2013 draws to a close, we look back on the achievements of the Guiding Lights 5 mentees in a series of spotlight pieces that look at their individual stories.

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Ghost Stories

Do we know where our images end up online? Storyteller & Technologist Natalie Kane explores the digital ghosts that haunt the web.

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Guiding Lights 5 - Mentee Update No.2

As 2013 draws to a close, we look back on the achievements of the Guiding Lights 5 mentees in a series of spotlight pieces that look at their individual stories.

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Aria 2013, Emma Critchley, HOUSE 2013. Photo © Nigel Green

HOUSE 2014 - Artist Commissioning Opportunity

Lighthouse is pleased to announce a new HOUSE 2014 commissioning opportunity in partnership with HOUSE, Brighton Festival and University of Brighton

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Guiding Lights 5 - Mentee Update No. 1

As 2013 draws to a close, we look back on the achievements of the Guiding Lights 5 mentees in a series of spotlight pieces that look at their individual stories.

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Honor Harger To Take New International Position

We announce that our award-winning Artistic Director, Honor Harger, is to be moving on to pastures new early next year.

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Brighton Cryptofestival

In production with Lighthouse and the Open Rights Group, Brighton Cryptofestival was a day of talks, workshops and activities on practical privacy, surveillance and censorship. Storyteller & Technologist Natalie Kane, attended (and learned how to encrypt her email).

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Eloise Smyth in Sea View, photo by Cat Stevens

BFI Shorts – Festival Awards and Nominations

Adding to the news of Orbit Ever After winning the Grand Prix at Encounters in September and being nominated by the festival for the European Film Awards, we’re delighted to announce a further three BFI Shorts festival wins, plus a BIFA nomination.

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Rhizome - Seven on Seven

We sent a small Lighthouse team to Rhizome’s Seven on Seven, to find out the new, and innovative ways that creative technologists and artists are thinking about digital culture. Storyteller and Technologist Natalie Kane, details the day's events.

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