We are inviting you to the Symposium on Digital Arts – a deep discussion of craft, technology and vision, as artists emerging and established, local and international join in sharing their work. The symposium takes place as part of Lunchmeat Festival 2017.

THURSDAY 19 OCT SYMPOSIUM (in English)
17.30 opening word by Peter Kirn (CDM)
17.40 keynote: Peter Kirn – Digital Object Theater
18.30 keynote: Ignazio Mortellaro (Stroboscopic Artefacts/Oblivious Artefacts)
19.00 discussion panel: Gregory Eden (The Full Spectrum), Kateřina Blahutová (DVDJ NNS), Ignazio Mortellaro, Peter Kirn (host)

FRIDAY 20 OCT AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP (in Czech)
15.30 úvodní slovo
15.40 talk: Julie Kárová + Milena Poeta (Jeden svět / One World) – Práce se znevýhodněným publikem
16.20 talk: Václav Kovář (Lunchmeat Festival) – práce s publikem v rámci AVnode audiovisual network
16.40 workshop: “why to put the audience in the center of cultural organizations”

FRIDAY 20 OCT SYMPOSIUM (in English)
17.30 opening word by Peter Kirn
17.35 keynote: Novi_sad (Sirens)
18.00 keynote: Marcel Weber (MFO)
18.25 keynote: Eugene Kogan
19.00 discussion panel: Theresa Baumgartner, Gabriela Prochazka, Marcel Weber (MFO), Gene Kogan, Peter Kirn (host)

At the intersection of sight and sound, Lunchmeat Festival and CDM feature conversations with the artists producing the festival’s transmedia creations. Musicians have long been in the spotlight, with visual artists relegated to marginal attention. But with visual expression increasingly as performative as music, and visual design intertwined with musical conception, now is the time to present these creators on equal footing.

This year’s Symposium is hosted by online music and motion hub CDM (cdm.link), who will share it with the world’s intermedia community in live streams. Framing these conversations is an audiovisual artist and CDM editor Peter Kirn.

The program will be streamed online. Free entry.

CAFE JEDNA
Dukelských hrdinů 47
170 00 Praha 7

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