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Creative Data Club #11 returns on Wednesday 11th of November (coincidence?)
We will be announcing speakers in the next few weeks (so keep an eye on on Twitter for updates) but reserve your tickets now to save your place. I am sure you will be pleasantly surprised!
If you want to show a little appreciation for the work we are doing, please donate in the tickets buying options. Every little does really help!
The speakers are:
- Rebecca Louise Collins and a 'virtuallly enhanced' Johanna Linsley will be sharing from their Stolen Voices project. @CollinsRebeccaL // jhlinsley.com/
- Alex Haw will be presenting his arboreal lightning project. A massive sound-responsive tree, designed for Imogen Heap's Reverb Festival of Contemporary Classical Music, last August at the Camden Roundhouse. @alexhaw
- Tammy Owens and Sam Ellis are marketers from LIDA will be talking about how brands can engage audiences without spamming them
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 produce creative work.
The premise is simple, three speakers from a range of backgrounds share how they use data, you get to start some conversations with other data fans
Find out more about this and other Creative Data Clubs at creativedataclub.co.uk
If you need any more info or just want to get it touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
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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.