The Twenty Metre Rule: Freedom in the Digital Age

Image Credit: Howard Hardiman

University of Portsmouth, Eldon Building, Portsmouth


Wednesday 18 January 2017
1:30 - 5:00pm
Admission Fee: £3
Booking essential

The symposium also marks the launch of Art Space Portsmouth's new website, designed by artists for artists and to give audiences more opportunity to engage with contemporary visual art. 

Speakers include Howard Hardiman, Omid Shams (discussing Digital Censorship), Dr Mark Eyles (discussing Gaming for Wellbeing) and Regine Freeman (discussing Growth Hacking and the architecture of virality). 

The Twenty Metre Rule: Freedom in the Digital Age forms part of Art Space Unfold and has been funded by Arts Council England Grants for the Arts, Fratton Big Local and PATCH Community Chest Fund.

Booking required. Tickets are free to University of Portsmouth students and Art Space Members, normal ticket prices have been subsidised with support from Art Space Portsmouth, University of Portsmouth, Shake Culture Works CIC and through funding from Arts Council England Grants for the Arts.

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