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19th September, 2018

TCCE Blockchain for the Arts and Creative Industries Forum Launch

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Event Details

19th September, 2018
17:30 - 19:30
London South Bank University
K2 building, CEREB (Centre for Efficient and Renewable Energy in Buildings)
Keyworth Street, SE1 6NG

We are delighted to announced the launch of the TCCE Blockchain for the Arts and Creative Industries Forum, convened and hosted by London South Bank University.

The forum, will over time become a member managed initiative with a range of possible outputs connected to blockchain’s potential to reimagine and reinvent how our industry works, across music, fine arts, film, television and games. Activities might including networking interdisciplinary researchers with complimentary interests to discuss and showcase work, networking researcher and arts and creative practitioners working in relevant fields, and horizon scanning for funding bids and other opportunities.

The discussion will be opened by presentations from Professor Lizzie Jackson, Director of Research of the School of Arts and Creative Industries, LSBU, Marcus O’Dair, Associate Professor in Music and Innovation at Middlesex University and convernor of the Blockchain for Creative Industries cluster and Ruth Catlow, Director of Furtherfield and one of the editors of Artists ReThinking The Blockchain.

All participants will have the opportunity to share their research / practice interests, and discuss the future direction and remit of the group, and consider how they might like to be involved in the future development of the Forum.

This is a free event, and numbers are strictly limited, so book now to secure your place.

Please note that this event is only open to TCCE member academics.

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