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Saturday, May 23, 2020

B. Create. Symposium 2020 - Creating for a Digital World

B. Create. Symposium 2020's Creating for a Digital World is taking place on May 23rd at 11:30am EST.

How can we create art for a digital world? Sharing work on social media and digital platforms is becoming the new norm, and not just because of the pandemic. Technology is developing rapidly and it’s becoming a large part of everyday life. So what does that mean for art which has been historically experienced live and in person? As a team, we have been inspired to build B. Create. To allow our community to come together and discuss the constantly transforming world we live in. 

Join us at the second event in our B. Create. Symposium: Creating for a Digital World - an open discussion how we can incorporate technology into art and create for a digital world. 

 

SATURDAY MAY 23 

11.30AM (EST) / 4.30PM (GMT) / 5:30 PM (GMT+1) 

TICKETS: https://b-create.as.me/b-create-symposium

 

B. Create is a creative hub and resource for the performing and healing arts. A place to build community. A place to exchange opportunities. A place for you. B. with us, CREATE with us.

We will guide this discussion through what we know best - our creativity! Feel free to bring whatever inspires you to create and we will allow ourselves to be together, chat together, create in community and share what we’ve been working on. 

 

Send us an email at hello.b.create@gmail.com with any questions or concerns. We look forward to celebrating this special event with you! 

 

Materials:

- Craft supplies/any creative supplies you work with or anything you use to create (ie instrument, your body, paint, pencils, etc)

- Something to write with and something to write on

 

Students & Artists will receive 50% off usin code 'ARTIST'

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