Digital Keys: How can Technology Unlock the Arts for All ?

United Kingdom
Thu, 10/03/2016 to Sat, 12/03/2016

What are the possibilities offered by new technologies and digital media with regards to equality of access? How can traditional outreach activities be adapted to a digital format? Which new skills are required in order to seize the opportunities offered by digital media? Which European initiatives provide the most inspiration?

For its Spring Conference 2016, "Digital Keys: How can Technology Unlock the Arts for All?", RESEO is collaborating with Bristol Plays Music to explore these questions and carry on the reflection started in July 2015 with its European overview of the use of digital media for opera, music and dance education. This publication took an extensive look at the ways in which new technologies and digital media are changing audience interaction with art, and how these impact upon the work of arts education departments.

Join RESEO and Bristol Plays Music at Colston Hall from 10 – 12 March for three days of debates, discussions, presentations and practical workshops, drawing on digital initiatives in order to provide real-life inspiration, new ideas and opportunities for exchange. 








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