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Lost Cinemas Launch: Sunday 24 March – Registration Now Open!

From the makers of the Curzon Memories App, comes The Lost Cinemas of Castle Park, a new app celebrating over 100-years of cinema-going in Bristol city centre, now available from iTunes.  The app covers 16 cinemas in and around the park, … Continue reading

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Curzon Memories App nominated for BUFVC Award

The Curzon Memories App has been nominated for a British Universities Film and Video Council Learning On Screen Award 2013 in the category of General Education Non-Broadcast / Multimedia. The awards ceremony is taking place at BFI London from 5.30pm on Thursday … Continue reading

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Curzon Memories app @ #idocs2012

I gave a presentation on the Curzon Memories App at the i-docs 2012 conference on Friday which was hosted by the DCRC and held at the Watershed Media Centre, as part of the Layered Reality panel. The talk focused on … Continue reading

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Janet Murray #meccsa

Just heard Janet Murray talking about her new book Inventing the Medium in which she theorises about “shared attention” as a fifth affordance of digital media alongside the four models of media theory (which she categorises as Transmission, Semiotics, Humanistic and Political), … Continue reading

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Projection Hero installation demo

Throughout December, Projection Hero was on display in the bar at the Watershed Media Centre, Bristol, screening Electric December, an online advent calendar of short films by young people from across Europe.   Jo Reid from Calivum made a short promo … Continue reading

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Tweeting now #EVAlondonConf @EVAlondonConf

Off to Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference tomorrow – which “focuses on the development and application of electronic visualisation technologies, including art, music, dance, theatre and the sciences.  Artists, researchers, practitioners or academics working with or interested in electronic visualisation … Continue reading

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