Communication Futures: Connecting interdisciplinary design practices in arts/culture, academia and the creative industries
EXTENDED Deadline for Proposals (300 word abstract): Monday, 28th April 2014
The University of Greenwich and the Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts, will host the DRHA 2014 [Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts] International conference for the first time in its history, from 31st August 2014 -3rd September 2014.
Conference website: www.drha2014.co.uk
Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts [DRHA] is an annual conference whose goal is to bring together the creators, users, distributors, and custodians of digital research and resources in the arts, design and humanities to explore the capture, archiving and communication of complex and creative research processes. DRHA provides an intellectual and physical space for cross-disciplinary discussion and the generation of new ideas, resulting in many new networks and productive research relationships
Human beings, as users, have always been obsessed with finding new ways of communicating through various techniques and technologies.
The rapid technological changes that have occurred during the last two decades have allowed us – the users – to communicate through various social media platforms, providing us with more easily, faster and more frequently ways of communicating. However there are always concerns about other impacts those technologies might have on the communication processes.
The aim of the conference is to facilitate conversations on Design and collaborations between
- Digital Arts and Humanities,
- Creative Industries,
- Digital Libraries and Archives,
For the first time the DRHA conference would like to support and bring together the Academic environment with that of the Creative industries under a conference that will affect the current interdisciplinary creative practices.
Keynotes will include:
- Google LAB Executive Creative Directors
- Prof. Federico Casalegno, Director of the MIT Mobile Experience Lab, USA
- Prof Janis Jefferies – Professor of Visual Arts and Associate Pro Warden Culture and Creative Industries”.
See the keynotes website: http://www.drha2014.co.uk/?cat=4
DRHA 2014 is now inviting abstracts for the following sessions:
- Performances & Installations
Subject areas for proposals include:
- Digital Museums and Libraries;
- Histories and Archives;
- Virtual and Physical Spaces
- A World of Gaming;
- Digital Agora: Democratising or monopolising
- Gender and Contemporary Society;
- Technology and Body
- Technologies impact on the Socio/cultural;
- Social Media;
- Big Data and Digital Death;
- Eternity Ethernet: is it eternal or will disappear tomorrow
- Creative practices: Design; Fine Arts; Architecture; Performance; Sonic Arts
Proposals Due (300 word abstract) Monday, 28th April 2014
For over 11 years DRHA: Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts (Previously named: Digital Resources in Humanities and the Arts) continues to be a key gathering for all those are influenced by the digitization of cultural activity, recourses and heritage in the UK and the world.
More information is available on the DRHA 2014 website: