2.30pm to 5pm
Who: Open to all UAL staff, students and industry practitioners
The internet is no longer used merely as a portfolio display case; online presence is inherent in creative practice and retains various shades between personal and professional that often overlap. Bringing together Digital experts, this symposium brings to the forefront the important discussion of online identity for art practices.
Topics on the agenda include:
➢ Better understanding of the creative industries use of online technologies
➢ Learn unique ways in which digital platforms can be used for creative-driven practices
➢ Dig further into the necessity of online identity for creative careers
➢ Establish an online and face-to-face community of practice exploring the themes
➢ Recommendations for UAL to take forward
➢ Discerning the boundaries between personal and professional online presence
The format of the day includes a series of talks and panel discussion led by questions from the audience.
Event supported by DIAL project , CLTAD and the UAL Communities of Practice Fund.
Red Room, Chelsea College of Arts
14.30 - 15.00 - Welcome and Introduction
15.00 - 15.30 - David White
15.30 - 16.00 - Christian Payne (Documentally)
16.00 - 17.00 - Panel Discussion.
Green Room, Chelsea College of Art.
17.00 - 19.00 - Drinks reception
Event hashtag #digitell
There are limited spaces for this event, if you book and cannot make the event please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org a.s.a.p. so we can offer the space to the waiting list.