The Digital Art in Ireland Symposium (#DigiArt22) is a joint initiative of Sample-Studios and the Department of Digital Humanities at University College Cork, with support from the Future Humanities Institute, UCC.
Funded by The Arts Council of Ireland, #DigiArt22 offers an opportunity to share research and creative contributions within an engaging, collegial atmosphere comprising digital art scholars and practitioners from Ireland and beyond. The symposium will be held in Cork on June 2nd, hosted in The Shtepps in The Hub, University College Cork.
Click to view the Digital Art in Ireland symposium programme: Digital Art in Ireland Programme Booklet
Places are free but limited. Please note that this event is now fully booked. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waiting list.
Exhibition: As part of the Digital Art in Ireland Symposium, invited Guest Curator, Conor McGarrigle will curate a Digital Art in Ireland exhibition in The Lord Mayor’s Pavilion, Fitzgerald’s Park, Cork City opening Thursday June 2nd at 5.30-8pm and continuing until June 25th. Open Daily: Wed-Sat, 11am-4pm.
Conor McGarrigle is an artist and researcher working primarily with digital media. His practice is characterised by urban interventions mediated through digital technologies and data-driven explorations of networked social practices. He is a lecturer in Fine Art New Media at the TU Dublin School of Creative Arts and a Research Fellow of the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media. He has exhibited extensively internationally including the Venice Biennale, Fundació Miro Mallorca, the Saint-Étienne Biennale, SITE Santa Fe and the Science Gallery.
Programme & Book of Abstracts: After #DigiArt22, the Programme and Book of Abstracts will be deposited to the Cork Open Research Archive (CORA), UCC’s institutional repository, where details of the event will be preserved and
Dr James O’Sullivan (University College Cork): email@example.com
Aoibhie McCarthy (Sample-Studios): firstname.lastname@example.org