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Thursday, 26 April 2012 from 18:00 to 20:30 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
The centre for Creative and Social Technologies (CAST) at Goldsmiths is launching officially on the 26th April (6pm -8.30pm).
The event is now SOLD OUT but please sign up for our waiting list as more tickets may become available in advance of the event.
We would be delighted if you would join us for wine, sushi, and a series of short talks featuring some of Goldsmiths' most engaging academics and our friends from industry. Our speakers bring together a diverse range of disciplines under the CAST theme for 2012-13: Innovation.
Compere for the evening is poet and Goldsmiths graduate Mark Grist and Pat Loughrey, Warden of Goldsmiths, will offer some opening remarks.
Pecha Kucha speakers include:
Andrew Shoben (Greyworld)
Blake Morrison (Creative and Life Writing, Goldsmiths)
Chris Brauer (Co-Director of CAST, Goldsmiths)
Chris French (Psychology, Goldsmiths)
Les Back (Dean of the Graduate School, Goldsmiths)
Lisa Moretti (CAST MA Student, Goldsmiths)
Mark d'Inverno (Computing, Goldsmiths)
Sian Prime (ICCE, Goldsmiths)
Our speakers have been challenged to brevity and impact: 6 minutes and 40 seconds to explore innovation in their field.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We very much hope you will join us,
Chris Brauer, Janis Jefferies and Robert Zimmer
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CAST: Creative and Social Technologies
CAST is a globally-recognised centre for teaching and research excellence in digital innovation with creative and social technologies. We are a truly interdisciplinary centre integrating computing and technology in emergent digital practices in core Goldsmiths academic strengths of media, social science, art, humanities and creative practice.
In practice we are a set of connected physical, digital, and mobile people, spaces, and partners for enabling MA/MSc courses, research, knowledge exchange and public engagement.