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Festival Roundup

Brighton Digital Festival 2012 Celebrating digital culture 01-30 September 2012       

Connecting nations through innovations
Sallis Benney Theatre, 15.30 - 18.30. 19th Sept.

Come along to the launch event for the Brighton/Cherokee Nation Project and see how the school students of Brighton are using digital art and technology to work with Cherokee school students of the USA.

If you’re interested in how digital technology can transform education & want to hear more about this innovative project then be sure to sign up now .   
Convergence goes mainstream!
The Basement, 14:00 - 18:00. 21st Sept
Television has changed forever. The arrival of social TV, internet enablement’s, gamification & apps have led us to the precipice of an exciting new frontier.
Join us at the Connected TV Brighton mini-conference to discuss what challenges and opportunities this will present for the future.

You can also follow the conversation by tweeting #CTVBrighton

Ctrl-Alt-Del; the assimilation of video games & fine art. 
The Community Art Centre, 12.00 - 17.00. 15th-19th Sept. 

Press Start is an exhibition of video games and art. Showcasing the work of three recent graduates. You can expect installations of modified games, interactive sound & motion.
There’s also a talk with the artist's on the 15th, looking into the ideas behind the work on show.

Into Video Art? Bring Your Own Beamer....
Brighton Dome, Concert Hall, :18:00 -  21:00. 16th Sept

Bring Your Own Beamer is a free, one night exhibition for artists and their projectors; a riot of light, colour, sound and movement. There are no limits to the projections: DIY videos, generative art, animation - anything goes. 

The event will be held in one of the most important sites in the city: inside Brighton Dome's Concert Hall and the warren of underground tunnels and chorus rooms below. 
Come along and show your own work, or just to spectate - it's up to you. Register here

Super Morriso!
Online & In Peru. 16th – 20th Sept

AKA Caroline Morris from Wired Sussex is about to begin her epic cycle across the Andean mountain range charity. You can offer her your support & encouragement plus follow all the progress on twitter with #cycle4cancer

Remember you can join all the discussion around Brighton Digital Festival on twitter with:
#WiredSussex & #BDF12

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