NEoN Digital Arts Festival Symposium 2019: Re@ct Social Change Art Technology

Part of the NEoN festival, this three day symposium with interconnected activities will explore how artists use digital systems to effect social and political change. 

NEoN was founded in 2009 to promote digital media activity in the North East of Scotland with a focus on moving image, music and information technologies. It has grown to be an annual 4-day international celebration of new media arts and hosts an artist-led symposium. 

This year's symposium, Re@ct: Social Change Art Technology, will be chaired by Professor Joseph DeLappe (Abertay University, Dundee), Professor Sarah Cook (University of Glasgow) and Dr Laura Leuzzi (DJCAD, University of Dundee).

The call for submissions of papers, panels, presentations, actions and workshops for the symposium is now open and submissions will close on 30 Jun at 5:00PM.

There are limited travel grants available for current PhD or MFA candidates and recent graduates within two years of completing their degrees.

For more information on submitting a proposal visit the call out web page.

For more information on the festival, visit the NEoN website.

 

 

Tickets: Free