During our first year we offered a programme of ’52 Things’ made with and for the city’s creative community to showcase the fantastic people and places in our city. You can find the full 52 here.

A workshop which explores how digital can help you develop your practice and increase your reach.

This event, facilitated by Professor Ian Hargreaves, will bring together people working in any creative job, business or organisation to explore how we can use digital to maximise our creative impact.

We’ll share some of the most inspirational digital projects in Wales and explore how these have developed in a fast-moving, digital world. We’ll explore new ways of doing things and look at how you can equip yourself to create exciting and engaging digital content that can reach new audiences and build new collaborations.

You'll hear about these exciting digital projects: 

CONDUCTOR 360 - a VR interactive experience that puts the user in control of a live music performance. This REACT funded project is a collaboration between On ParAtticus Digital, 4π Productions and Tom Raybould.

Mr Quin - Retelling Agatha Christie. Agatha Christie told like never before...a new app, made in Wales by TELL Player Limited. The app updates the action to the present day. Viewers click through the characters’ social media walls, feeds and albums to uncover the mystery of their friend´s suicide with the help of the mysterious Mr. Quin.

I am Tudor - Alison John from yello brick will talk about this digital experience created for Welsh National Opera.

Digital Innovation Fund for the Arts in Wales - Rob Ashelford, Nesta, will explain the ways this fund has supported arts organisations to develop digital solutions to some of the challenges and opportunities the sector faces.

Ffilm Cymru will be discussing their Magnifier programme which works to support film makers in Wales and information will be available about the Knowledge Transfer Network

There will also be opportunities for networking.

This event is organised by BAFTA Cymru and Creative Cardiff in partnership with Pinewood Studios Wales.

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