Exhibitions & Degree shows
Monday, 23 April 2012
Meeting - Helsinki, Finland 23/24 May 2012
Monday, 28 November 2011
Report DC meeting in Denver, USA Sept 2011
The first Digital Culture session in North America took place on the opening day of the Cumulus conference organised by the Rocky Mountain College of Art+Design in Denver
Thursday, 08 September 2011
Cumulus Working Groups Denver, USA – September 2011
Cumulus Working Groups meet again in Denver. Welcome!
Wednesday, 22 June 2011
Meeting in Denver, USA Sept 2011
Digital Culture in the United State recognizes that we are in the midst of a revolution. At the start of this revolution there was a great deal of hype around media “convergence” — where the web would intersect with traditional broadcast medium and the “new media” would be born. But now it is clear that the future won’t be so easily defined. Instead we see a multitude of different possibilities as designers and developers create new products and services from online “mash-ups” to multi-device cloud computing services, social network based games, and products that connect to everything and get multiple generations involved in advanced technology in new and exciting ways. We recognize and embrace this complexity as it becomes imbedded in endless inherent possibilities. Join our Cumulus Working Group – Digital Culture and engage in discussion and interactions from around the world.
Friday, 17 June 2011
Digital Culture Working Group
Cumulus Digital Culture is a working group bringing together members of the Cumulus Association dedicated to new media and interaction design.
For a while now, digital technologies and services have appeared all around us on a worldwide scale. Art, design and media higher education institutions have taken into account this emerging and challenging trend pervading our societies. Many courses, curricula, degrees and research projects have come to life over the past ten or fifteen years: "new media, "interaction design", "multimedia/hypermedia" etc...
Depending on each institution's own history, on the personal interests of the pioneering founders as well as on national and local contexts, many different options have been explored. It may now be time, in 2007, to identify and to gather the various players in our institutions interested in what can be called a "digital culture" in a broader sense.
This working group is meant to be both a platform for discussion and exchanges about existing experiences and a framework for future collaboration, including the quite contemporary issue of research.
Read more about the group: www.cumulusdigitalculture.net
Tuesday, 01 February 2011
Meeting in Paris, France - 19 May 2011
REPORT from the session available at
Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Feedback from the Shanghai Session Sept 2010
The Cumulus Digital Culture session in Shanghaï, September 7th 2010, has been a fruitful and friendly event. The working groups were organised at the Shanghaï Concert Hall, a XIXth century neo-classical building bringing an ideal contrast to the XXIst century concerns we were discussing. Despite a fuzzy organisation from Tongji that brought a little mess and improvisation (no room available for the first two hours but free coffee), the program of the session has proved to be worth the effort, thanks to our smart speakers and participants.
Friday, 11 June 2010
Meeting in Shanghai, China - 7 September 2010
Tuesday 7 September 2010 Shanghai Music Hall
10.00 - 12.00
- DIGITAL CULTURE - 10.00 - 12.00
Chairs: Grégoire Cliquet Head of Interaction Design Studies and Frederic Degouzon, Head of Strategy, Research & International Development, L'Ecole de design Nantes Atlantique, France
Tuesday, 11 November 2008
Meeting in Saint-Etienne, France - 20 November 2008
DIGITAL CULTURE WORKING GROUP
14.30 - 16.30
Venue : Ground floor - Conference hall
Contents: * Definition of activities * Calendar of events * Participation to the Ars Electronica festival 2010