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Hello Culture: Remix

@ BBC Academy Digital Cities Birmingham

Date: 25 September 2018, 09:00 - , 17:00

Video may have killed the radio star, but digital is creating new ones. 

Content creation is being transformed, disrupting and changing the cultural experience of audiences and artists. 

Hello Culture Remix @ BBC Digital Cities will give arts organisations and artists a chance to hear from those who have experienced the highs and lows of digital content creation. It is an opportunity to cut out the white noise of change and reflect on how you can best integrate digital content into your programming and learn how platforms and aggregators can help you reach new audiences.

The conference will take you from concept and content creation through to engagement and distributon, giving arts organisations the opportunity to optimise their digital relationships and platforms for the next generation of digital technology and digital audiences. Arts organisations and those working in the surrounding industries will explore what digital means to them, providing them with both the thinking and practicalities as how to transform their cultural production and audience engagement. 

The programme  includes two keynotes from Siddarth Khajuria, Senior Producer at the Barbicanand  Ian Forrester, Senior R&D firestarter, BBC R&D North lab, Mediacity UK  as well as four panel discussions.

Panelists include Chris Unitt, One Further, Linda Spurdle, Digital Development Manager at Birmingham Museums Trust, Simon Poulter, artist, curator and consultant; director of Collusion, Catherine Allen, Founder Limina Immersive

Larry Brangwyn, Commercial Director, Holosphere VR, Rob Sharl, Director of Innovation in Art & Design Birmingham City University, 
Tim Milward, Backface,  Lyle Bignon , Annie Mahtani, Composer and lecturer in music at University of Birmingham, Sam Underwood, Musical instrument designer, Craig Hamilton, Research fellow, Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research, Birmingham City University and Sarah Farmer, Freelance musician, artist, teacher. The Lombard Method and Ideas of Noise co-director

The event is free to attend, but spaces are limited. 
Over the coming weeks Hello Culture will be releasing more details about the programme, so make sure you follow them on Twitter and join in the conversation.
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