21 – 25 March 2017
Technology is always a relevant factor for conceiving and communicating art and music, the event organisers explain. It is the fundamental framework for artists’ and musicians’ ideas in today’s world.
Live evening concerts featuring regional bands, DJs and solo artists are at the heart of the event. In addition, the festival also serves as an event platform for the “sessions” that facilitate an active exchange between industry managers and trailblazers in the art and music sectors. The two-day programme comprises discussions and workshops ranging from the discussion panel, the “British Council Presents... Meeting of Minds 2017” to the future of creative technologies whose participants include Martin Honzik, the director of the Ars Electronica Festival. The events are located in various places around London and are listed on the website.
Tickets can be booked on line from now.