Brighton Digital Festival 2012

@Simon Willison @Bernie J Mitchell

Brighton Digital Festival is a month-long celebration of all things digital bringing together the city’s vibrant arts and digital communities. From small-scale meet ups to big name conferences, from digital artists’ experimental ideas to fully mounted exhibitions, the Festival promises something for everybody and because most events are free, plenty of opportunities to discover something new. Hands on, participatory, exciting, challenging, wondrous, fascinating, the Brighton Digital Festival has it all and it uniquely reflects the spirit of the city.

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  1. Reasons to be Creative

    Bringing together the best minds from the worlds of art, code, and design.

    England England, Brighton

    3rd5th September 2012

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  2. Bring Your Own Beamer - Lab Day 1

    Video editing and creating generative computer art, in preparation for a riot of DIY projection in the underground tunnels of Brighton Dome.

    England England, Brighton

    4th September 2012

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  4. Brighton SF

    An hour and a half of chat and readings from leading SF authors

    England England, Brighton

    6th September 2012

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  5. Improving Reality 2012

    A half-day conference which playfully and critically looks at how designers, artists, and makers are using various technologies to shift our perceptions of reality.

    England England, Brighton

    6th September 2012

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  7. dConstruct 2012

    Playing With The Future

    England England, Brighton

    7th September 2012

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  8. Brighton Mini Maker Faire 2012 #bmmf @makerfairebtn

    The free interactive festival of creativity and invention. Activities for all ages include arts & crafts, robots and engineering, wood and metalwork, electronics, science, tech, music and more amazing do-it-yourself creation.

    England England, Brighton

    8th September 2012

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  10. IndieWebCampUK

    IndieWebCamp is an annual gathering of web creators building and sharing open web technologies for owning your own identity & content on the web. Help us advance the state of the art. Please RSVP on the wiki: http://indiewebcamp.com/2012/UK/Guest_List

    England England, Brighton

    9th September 2012

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  11. Bring Your Own Beamer - Lab Day 2

    Video editing and creating generative computer art, in preparation for a riot of DIY projection in the underground tunnels of Brighton Dome.

    England England, Brighton

    11th September 2012

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  14. [Async]: One Canvas - part one

    A collaborative hack night for artists, designers and programmers, working together to make an interactive, intricate digital artwork on an infinitely scrollable, zoomable web page.

    England England, Brighton

    13th September 2012

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  18. Cool Content Coming Soon

    A half day event for content professionals at the top of their game

    England England, Brighton

    21st September 2012

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  19. [Async]: One Canvas - part two

    A collaborative hack night for artists, designers and programmers, working together to make an interactive, intricate digital artwork on an infinitely scrollable, zoomable web page.

    England England, Brighton

    27th September 2012

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  20. BarCampBrighton 7

    The best BarCamp in Brighton. Fact.

    England England, Brighton

    29th30th September 2012

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