NCAD & The Digital Hub- Digital Cultures Webinar Series 2021

Online, Thursday 18th March - Thursday 10th June

All online Webinar Series 2021 events will be broadcast on the NCAD Gallery | In Public YouTube Channel at the LANDING PAGE link here .

All events are free, open for public viewing and events registration is not required. Please find the full programme content here .

In the spring of 2021, the National College of Art and Design, Dublin (NCAD) and The Digital Hub announced a new partnership with an inaugural In Public webinar series to focus on the transformative nature of emerging technologies, attending to artistic practice, academic research, and industry. This programme of talks invites artists, designers, thinkers and innovators to create a transdisciplinary dialogue on topics such as artificial intelligence, digital ethics, digital identities, and online environments.

The NCAD & The Digital Hub partnership builds on stakeholder participation at the intersection of artistic practice, technology and society. This programme is designed to bring together audiences from key industry figures; academics and thinkers; students and alumni; the arts sector and the wider general public. The spring 2021 talks programme is convened by The Digital Hub artist in residence and NCAD Alumna, Elaine Hoey and NCAD lecturer, Dr Rachel O’ Dwyer.

The National College of Art and Design occupies a unique position in art and design education in Ireland, offering the widest range of art and design degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The Digital Hub has become the largest cluster for digital companies in Ireland since its launch in 2003. Providing a collaborative, nurturing space for digital, technology and internet companies to thrive and succeed.

Landing page for all events on YouTube 


Date:
Thursday 18th March - Thursday 10th June
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free

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