Eldi Dundee, String Asylum, 2012
In our Llandudno Roadshow on 10 September 2014, we'll be getting to grips with all aspects of the online sphere
11.30am - 6pm Wednesday 10 September 2014
Mostyn, 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno, LL30 1AB
Artist (and Axisweb member) Emily Speed and James Smith, founder of the influential web platform this is tomorrow, will be discussing using the web to create, curate and disseminate new work. Plus you can book a 20 minute 1-2-1 advice session about your own websites and social media presence.
James Smith, founder and director of this is tomorrow, will explore how artists and curators are using the web to create, curate and disseminate new work, from or-bits.com and otdac.org to The Space.
Emily Speed will examine how artists are using the web to share and network with one another, beyond the confines of the public and commercial gallery world. Her presentation will feature several artists who are doing this particularly well.
Tickets cost £10 for Axisweb members & £15 for non-members.
Refreshments are provided and lunch can be purchased from the cafe on site.
11.30 -12.00 Tea, coffee and registration
12.00 Talk by James Smith, followed by Q&A
1.00 - 1.45 BREAK
1.45 Talk by Emily Speed, followed by Q&A
2.45 - 3.30 Talk/tour of Broomberg & Chanarin's new work Divine Violence
4.00 - 6.00 1-2-1 advice sessions about your online presence, website and using social media
This is tomorrow
This is tomorrow is an online contemporary art magazine that specialises in documenting, reviewing and broadcasting a wide range of exhibitions, events, performance and other artistic activities. It was established in 2009 and works with numerous international writers and art institutions to explore the ecology of the arts, as well as providing access for those unable to visit the shows in person.
Behind an impressive 1901 terracotta façade in the strikingly beautiful seaside town of Llandudno is Wales’ leading gallery of contemporary art – Mostyn. Topped with a landmark gold spire, in 2010 it completed an expansion in which old and new buildings are integrated in a stunning design by architect Dominic Williams.
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LLandudno roadshow is supported by the Arts Council of Wales