Julian Oliver at the Improving Reality Conference, Brighton Digital Festival 2011
Julian Oliver at the Improving Reality Conference, Brighton Digital Festival 2011


Wednesday 4 July 2012

A public meeting to talk about Brighton Digital Festival 2012

An opportunity to get involved with the festival, to discuss an event or project you'd like to organise, and to meet the community of people who are helping make the festival happen.

Brighton Digital Festival 2012
Brighton Digital Festival 2012

Brighton Digital Festival is a celebration of digital culture that happens in venues across the city, throughout September. It includes workshops, exhibitions, performances, meet-ups, screenings, comedy nights and outdoor events, that run alongside Brighton’s iconic digital design conferences.

The festival builds bridges between Brighton’s digital creative industries and the thriving digital communities which exist in the city, and Brighton’s equally vibrant arts community. It includes events organised by a diverse range of designers, tech companies, community groups, arts organizations and individuals who are passionate about Brighton’s digital culture.

The festival returns in 2012 and after the successes of last year. What made the last festival so unique last year is that most of 60 events that happened were organised voluntarily by people who are passionate about digital culture. The festival are keen to get as many people involved as possible this year, so now’s the time to tell them about what you’d like to organise for the 2012 festival.

Brighton Digital Festival is now looking for ideas from Brighton’s digital and arts communities for events, meet-ups, workshops, conferences, exhibitions, screenings, education activities, or any other projects you’d like to contribute to the festival. The idea is to share knowledge, expertise and resources between those who are planning to run events during the festival. So, if you are planning an event or are interested in helping to make the festival happen, it would be great to see you at the meeting.

Date: Wednesday 4 July 2012

Time: 6pm

Venue: Lighthouse, 28 Kensington Street, Brighton, BN1 4AJ

Booking: The Town Hall Meeting is free, but booking is essential. Please register your place here: http://brighton-digital-festival-town-hall.eventbrite.com

More information: digitalbrighton@gmail.com



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