A series of mobile workshops have been planned, with groups of 20 participants visiting a range of Vancouver’s cultural organisations, to experience how these themes manifest in the configurations of arts organisations today.
New Approaches to Applied Masters Degrees | Masters in Digital Media, Great Northern Way
The Masters of Digital Media Program is an innovative, full-time professional Master’s degree in entertainment technology and digital media. With input from academia and industry, the MDM Program's challenging curriculum is uniquely designed to transition students from diverse backgrounds into new and expanding digital media markets and opportunities.
First Nations Culture and the Digital Turn| Museum of Anthropology
The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia is world-renowned for its collections, research, teaching, public programs and community connections. Acclaimed for its architecture, the Museum houses 36,000 ethnographic objects and 535,000 archaeological objects.
A Creative Commons for the City| W2 Community Media Centre
W2 brings spaces to life with media arts and creative technology in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. Their programming specializes in social inclusion, digital divide, and cross-cultural dialogue, and emphasizes practices such as mobile, open web, telepresence and public access.
Alternative Models of Creation| Progress Lab 1422
Progress Lab 1422, a shared creation and production facility, is home to a consortium of four independent arts and cultural organizations – Boca Del Lupo, Electric Company Theatre, NeWorld Theatre and Rumble Productions. It provides a resource sharing and community building network that promotes the development of new theatre and encourages artistic risk, excellence, and alternative models of creation.