Venue: Kingston School of Art at Knights Park, Grange Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2QJ
Price: Various, please check website
Registration is now open for the Digital Research in Humanities and Art Conference 2022! The conference will take place from September 4-7, 2022 hosted by Kingston School of Art, and will bring together artists, scholars, educators, curators, digital researchers, and entrepreneurs interested in the ways digital technology intersects with the arts and humanities. The theme of the conference is Digital Sustainability: From Resilience to Transformation in light of the immediate challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic and the longer-term shadow of climate catastrophe.
Keynote speakers include: Professor Elizabeth Price (Kingston University), Dr Michael Nitsche (Georgia Institute of Technology), Dr Patrick Schumacher (Zaha Hadid Architects) and Professor Joost Fontein (University of Johannesburg). The conference will be accompanied by a cultural programme in collaboration with KSA's cultural and community partners.
Registration is open until the 31st of August, with an Early Bird (reduced price) offer available until the 31st of July. There are digital-only, single day, and full attendance options available, and reduced fees for students and unaffiliated participants. The opening day of the conference (September 4) is free and open to everyone! (registration required).
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Booking is essential to attend this event.
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Contact: DRHA organisers
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