TCCE presents Inside Out Festival:

Friday 24th March – Saturday 25th March 2017

Connecting Higher Education with the Arts, Cultural and Creative Industries

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Inside Out Festival 2017
Connecting Higher Education with the Arts, Cultural and Creative Industries

Taking place on Friday 24 March 2017 at Somerset House, Strand, London
and on Saturday 25 March at London South Bank University,
London Road campus, London.

Inside Out Festival creates a unique platform for creative knowledge exchange around the increasing intersections of technology on and in the arts and culture as well as other timely, and occasionally unexpected, themes.

Click on the events listed to register and find out more…

Artists in Tech Cities

Fri 24 March 2017, 12noon - 2pm

Confronting the salient issues faced by local and creative communities as the technology sector takes over post-industrial areas in East London

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Of Slime and the City: The Boston Molasses Disaster of 1919

Fri 24 March 2017, 12noon - 1pm

A re-enactment of a surreal catastrophe and the peculiar moment when an urban environment turns ‘gloopy’

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Following Invisible Lines: A speculative design workshop for GPS futures

Fri 24 March 2017, 12 noon - 4.45pm

We use GPS every day, but how much do we know about the satellites and systems which make it work?

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Natural Media Workshop

Fri 24 March 2017, 12noon - 2pm

Examining the impact that Natural Media and associated technologies have on Cognition, Memory, Attention Deficit Disorder, Empathy, Wellbeing and Body Dysmorphia

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Practice-Based Research Degrees in the Arts: Problems and Prospects

Fri 24 March 2017, 12noon - 1.50pm

We ask…Are practice-based research degrees fit for purpose?

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Welcome to…Aldwych

Fri 24 March 2017, 2pm - 3.30pm

An alternative guided walk around the environs of Aldwych

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Going to things together: Audiences, Sociability and Enriching Cultural Experience

Fri 24 March 2017, 2.15pm - 4.15pm

What makes people tick when they go to cultural activities and how might cultural organisations use this knowledge to better effect?

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Reciprocal structures: conversations in light and sound

Fri 24 March 2017, 2.30pm - 3.15pm

Performance of a new composition created through a recent TCCE-funded collaboration with discussion to explore insights from the project for interdisciplinary practice and knowledge exchange

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Impossible Partnerships: Distributed Data and the Science of Art

Fri 24 March 2017, 3pm - 5.30pm

Discussing distributed data in relation to the science of art and challenges of gathering robust and enough evidence to make the case for art impact.

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The Rise & Fall

Fri 24 March 2017, 3.15pm - 4.45pm

A live work exploring themes of endurance and how we deal with pressure… performed by 1 actor…. who hasn’t rehearsed the show.

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Data Recovery – Mobiles and their role in story-telling, memory and emotion

Fri 24 March 2017, 3.30pm - 4.30pm

Victoria Mapplebeck will explore the ways in which we can collect, curate and share stories from our digital past.

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Data Walking

Fri 24 March 2017, 4pm - 5pm (followed by group presentation until 6pm).

Use sensors, micro-controllers, smartphones, cameras and pen & paper to gather data and then create maps, charts and share your data experiences

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Resilience Workshop

Fri 24 March 2017, 4.30pm - 6pm

Tools and techniques for  surviving and thriving in times of uncertainty

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“All the world’s a stage”: making Shakespeare relevant in the digital age

Fri 24 March 2017, 5pm - 6pm

Discussing the huge potential of educational technology collaborations with the cultural sector

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Artistic purpose in a fractured society

Fri 24 March 2017, 5pm - 7pm

In a time of increasing complexity, unpredictability and social fracture, how are we dealing with our relationship to the arts?

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Impossible Partnerships: The Gig Economy, Zero Hours Working in the Arts and Academia

Fri 24 March 2017, 5.30pm - 7pm

This session expands on recent research exploring relationships between theatre, labour and employment from a variety of perspectives

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1247 days on Whymark Avenue

Sat 25 March 2017, 12noon - 5pm

This time-lapse film shows the ephemeral and dynamic life of street art and graffiti on a London city wall.

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Collidoscope ++

Sat 25 March 2017, 12noon - 3pm

Come and play with Collidoscope – a Multi-user Interactive Music Interface – everyone welcome!

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Folk music composed by a computer!?

Sat 25 March 2017, 12noon - 2pm

Understanding machine learning and how it can be used to compose music

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Latin American Cool: Bodies, Words, Sites

Sat 25 March 2017, 12noon - 12.45

What makes cultural practices in Latin America ‘cool’?

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The Enduring Enigma of Mata Hari

Sat 25 March 2017, 1pm - 3pm

Mata Hari – spy, woman, legend

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Shoreditch Bridge Portraits

Sat 25 March 2017, 1.15pm - 2.45pm

A discussion on the role of photography and the photographer in twenty-first century cities.

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Tallis Aforethought: Using historical techniques to access new audiences for contemporary classical choral music

Sat 25 March 2017, 2.30pm - 4pm

How can familiar, well established composition techniques be used in contemporary composition to provide a ‘way in’ for non-specialist audiences

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Immersive Music Experience – a discussion

Sat 25 March 2017, 3.15pm - 4.15pm

Could this form of presentation of musical performance have far reaching application as an educational tool?

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Jack the Ripper – Shadow Over Whitechapel – a playable documentary in virtual reality

Sat 25 March 2017, 3.30pm - 4.30pm

What if we could give audiences a documentary story they could remember with their entire body and not just with their minds?

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Why Is Popular Music Different?

Sat 25 March 2017, 4.30pm - 5.30pm

Does popular music need a new form of music theory if it is to rise above its academic status as the poor relation of classical music?

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Jasmin Vardimon’s Dance Theatre

Sat 25 March 2017, 4.30pm - 5.30pm

Book launch and lively, multi-layered reflection on the devising and training processes of a choreographer in the midst of her practice

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