Creative Territories project publishes major outcome: The Good Hubbing Guide

The DCRC’s Creative Territories project has published its major outcome, The Good Hubbing Guide. It is available on the project site here. The GHG represents the Creative Territories network’s major findings and recommendations about independent game maker colocation. 3 games hubs participated in the network along with researchers and members of the wider community: the Bristol […]

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Storytelling in VR: a round-table with Oscar Raby, Pete Bennett & Anagram

Towards the end of last year, I convened a conversation between multimedia artist Oscar Raby and Pervasive Media Studio residents Pete Bennett, Amy Rose and May Abdalla. To give some context, Oscar was at the Studio showing his VR documentary Assent and we thought it would be interesting to change up the interview format and allow for […]

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The IP Ecosystem: Develop Fringe Sessions

I’ve been helping out with organizing an event on the 15th July, running around Develop in Brighton organised by people at Brighton University who are studying how creative industries use IP. We’ve got two panel discussions and one set of consultation slots that you can get – all for FREE! It’s a fringe event, so […]

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