Top five events in the first week of Brighton Digital Festival

Top five events in the first week of Brighton Digital Festival

Top five events in the first week of Brighton Digital Festival

First published in The Guide

  • 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.

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