San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Creative Data Club brings together all types and ability levels of data fans and creators to share, discuss and explore interesting ideas about how data can be used in creative ways or to produce creative work.
The premise is simple, four speakers from a range of backgrounds share how they use data, you get to start some conversations and the drinks are on us.
For this edition we'll be focussing on music archives! Speakers include:
- Jez Collins from Birmingham City University will be talking about his experience running the Birmingham Music Archive
- Harry Cooper, Creative Project Leader, Sound and Music, will be talking about the challenges and opportunities on working with the British Music Collection
- Andrea Zarza, Curator of World and Traditional Music, British Library Sound Archive, giving a brief history of the sound archive, playing back clips from the World and Traditional Music collections and explaining the importance of metadata in sound collections
- James Bulley will present about the Daphne Oram archive as well as examples of archival pieces he has been working on as an artist and composer.
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Sound and Music
Sound and Music is the national agency for new music. Our vision is to create a world where new music and sound prospers, transforming lives, challenging expectations and celebrating the work of its creators.
Our work includes composer and artist support and development, partnerships with a range of organisations, live events and audience development, touring, information and advice, network building, and education.
We champion new music and the work of British composers and artists, and seek to ensure that they are at the heart of cultural life and enjoyed by many.