• Little Bo Beep Has Lost Her (Digital) Sheep

Across Brighton, Monday, September 1, to Sunday, September 28
A QR code treasure hunt across Brighton created by digital studio RamJam and Brighton Animators Network Group. 
Scan six sheep stickers hidden throughout the city and crack the code to enter a prize draw.

  • Geo-Writing 

Across Brighton, Monday, September 1, to Tuesday, September 30
PART of Brighton Digital Festival’s education programme, Richard Hearn, developer of flash fiction website Paragraph Planet, has scattered location-based story ideas across the city in a communal writing event.

  • The New Digital Archaeologists

Brighton Media Centre, Middle Street, Brighton, Tuesday, September 2, to Tuesday, September 9, Mon to Fri 10am to 5.30pm, Sat/Sun 11am to 6pm, free
DESIGNERS Marcel Helmer and Henrik Nieratschker's exhibition is based around what remains an increasingly digital world might leave behind for future historians.

  • BAM! Comics ‘n’ Computers

New Writing South, Jew Street, Brighton, Wednesday, September 3, and Thursday, September 25, 6pm, free
COMIC book veteran and creator of online comic Aces Weekly Bambos leads a workshop exploring the complexities around putting the much-loved printed comic book online.

  • Improving Reality – Visibility Is A Trap

Brighton Dome Studio Theatre, New Road, Thursday, September 4, noon, £20/£10
PART of Brighton Digital Festival’s extensive programme of conferences, Improving Reality looks at contemporary culture and this year follows the theme of Visibility Is A Trap.
Guests including composer and sound artist Holly Herndon, media arts professor John Armitage, writer, editor and film curator Basia Cummings and New York-based social media theorist Nathan Jurgenson discuss where public sharing and the right to privacy should meet.