Bristol+Bath Creative R+D

A new collaboration that aims to raise the bar for the region’s creative industries.

Bristol+Bath Creative R+D is a £6.8m research and development collaboration between Bath Spa University, University of Bath, University of Bristol and UWE plus creative technologies centre, Watershed. Funded by Arts & Humanities Research Council through the national Creative Industries Clusters Programme and part of Government’s Industrial Strategy, the partnership works to bring together networks in Bristol and Bath in order to forge connections, share knowledge and create new opportunities and supercharging the region's creative technologies sector

14:00 - 15:00

13th November FRIDAY

Reimagining Digital Placemaking: Technology and the Public Realm towards 2030

Panel:

Paul Clarke, Director, Uninvited Guests, Senior Lecturer in Performance Studies, University of Bristol
Stephen Hilton, Director and Founder, City Global Futures Ltd
Ruby Jennings, Multimedia Artist and Co-founder, Little Lost Robot CIC
Adam Powell, Business Development Manager, Bristol+Bath Creative R+D (chair)
Will Taylor, Creative Producer, Podcaster Project Co-ordinator ELEVATE Programme, Director Two Tone Zone

How is technology influencing the design of our towns, cities and places of the future and how can we creatively engage communities in place-based design? Why do we need to reboot 'The Digital City' and what are the implications for minoritised communities?
Join an engaging panel comprising Fellows from the Bristol+Bath Creative R+D programme and beyond in exploring the future of digital placemaking. Hear some of the innovative and varied conceptual approaches and real-life applications of plce-based technologies - from social dreaming to digital twins - in the development of the future public realm.

Bristol+Bath Creative R+D is a £6.8m research and development collaboration between Bath Spa University, University of Bath, University of Bristol and UWE plus creative technologies centre, Watershed. Funded by Arts & Humanities Research Council through the national Creative Industries Clusters Programme and part of Government’s Industrial Strategy, the partnership works to bring together networks in Bristol and Bath in order to forge connections, share knowledge and create new opportunities and supercharging the region's creative technologies sector