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Radio production workshop for college-aged radio and sound arts enthusiasts. Working to a brief set by Phonic FM, the students will be encouraged to attend the festival throughout Exeter with the purpose of gathering content.
See some of the digital activities from RAMM and the University of Exeter, including Minecraft in the museum, digital collections archives and the University’s Digital Humanities Lab Team.
Find out about Beaford Archive’s project to digitise 10,000 photographs of rural North Devon.
A digital arts workshop for creative beginners and digital experts alike. Bring your own laptop and charger!
Raspberry Jam is the pun-tastic name given to a meetup of people interested in making things with a Raspberry Pi computer.
See digital art work created by local young people as part of Museum Machina project, using museum objects as a source of inspiration for digital art, with arts-inspired learning organisation Daisi.
Explore making music from Exeter’s soundscape. A workshop for women aged 15+ Let’s make music from the sounds of a city. Come and jam with us.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could play your favourite retro games with not just a couple of your friends, but up to 200 other people? That’s what Massively (Local) Multiplayer Gaming is about! The audience is in control – use your mobile phone to play Mario & Pacman on the big screen – but there’s a catch: You’ll need to work together to beat the games!
Come and play a PlayStation game with a difference with FamilyGamerTV. Running around outside holding a light-up controller you must protect your King and discover the traitor while you carefully…
Open to all abilities, this day of making is driven by you. The aim is to produce a piece of art that once started is constantly changing.
CIRCADIAL is about the rhythms and polyphony of a place. They make local field recordings from which they create a live, improvised, constantly shifting music.