Tuesday 21 July 7pm: Digital arts practice in the time of the pandemic Alex May discusses arts practice during the pandemic and how this will impact creative practice into the future. More information can be found here or if you are already decided then you are welcome to BOOK HERE
Wednesday 22 July 7pm: Discussion: How does the internet and digital world impact day-to-day living? The event will begin with a 15 minute talk from our exhibiting artist Jess Pemberton and will then be opened up to discussion. She will base the talk and discussion points around Hito Steyerl’s essay, Is the internet dead? (2014). BOOK HERE
Thursday 23 July 7pm: Curating the Digital Festival. Curator Laurence Hill and Research Practitioner Jesse Black will give insight into their creative practices and follow with discussion about rising themes and issues within contemporary digital art practice. BOOK HERE.
Friday 24 July 7pm: Progression of Digital Arts and Sphere since 90s? A 30 minute panel discussion with Sue Gollifer, Sam Proud, Benedict Sheehan and Paul Levy to consider the changes in technology since 90s and how the emergence of the internet has altered creative practice. The discussion will then open to attendees. BOOK HERE.
Saturday 25 July 4pm: Virtual Collage Club, Collage Making Meet Up. An informal collage making session, connected virtually on Zoom. Visit www.virtualcollageclub.com if you would like free, downloadable resources or use what you can find at home and lets get collaging. A family friendly event suitable for all levels of creatives. BOOK HERE.
Sunday 26 July 7pm Finale: Online Tour of Artists’ Work. The closing of the Hexagonally event series will be a tour of the showing artworks. This will include an introduction about each piece and demonstration of its working with insight into the processes to create it. Our exhibiting artists will be present and when visiting each piece, there will be a chance for questions and discussion. BOOK HERE.