LEADING MINDS GATHER TO DISCUSS CREATIVITY, TECHNOLOGY AND THE FUTURE AT YORK MEDIALE

What is the creative potential of solitude? What next for storytelling in videogames? How do politics & power shape our ongoing relationship with technology? Interaction designer and leading IoT entrepreneur, Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino; British video-game designer Sam Barlow; creative technologist and … Continue reading

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Large scale sonic installation, 105+db, brings the energy and roar of football to Great Exhibition of the North

Experience the North’s passion for the beautiful game like never before…. Large scale sonic installation, 105+db, brings the energy and roar of five Northern football stadiums to Great Exhibition of the North From this Friday 22 June 2018 interactive arts … Continue reading

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Music unveiled at York Mediale: Suzanne Ciani, Kamaal Williams, Moses Boyd and more…

The leading ladies of electro and contemporary British jazz join forces as new media arts festival York Mediale announce their first music line up  Suzaane Ciani / Kamaal Williams / Moses Boyd / Skinny Pelembe / Beatrice Dillon / Laura Cannell … Continue reading

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The British TV stars who brought TIME’S UP to the BAFTAs

British TV stars brought the TIME’S UP movement to the British Academy Television Awards (BAFTAs) on Sunday to call time on sexual harassment, abuse and gender inequality Leading women from the TV industry – including Hayley Atwell, Millie Brady, Alexa … Continue reading

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Join us today in celebrating The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

“Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights” Hillary Clinton On November 25, 1960, three sisters, Patria Mercedes Mirabal, María Argentina Minerva Mirabal and Antonia María Teresa Mirabal, were assassinated in the Dominican Republic on the orders … Continue reading

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Climate change is real, the earth is hotting up and that’s a fact. The COP22 Climate Change Conference is over and so now what? How can we, the millennials, achieve the change required to enforce these environmental findings before the likes of Trump Et al. brand them as “just hot air”?

What do Jose Ramos-Horta, Oscar Isaac and Victoria Barrett all agree on? That millennials have the biggest stake in our future and their voices need to be heard when carbon emission caps are decided.  At the COP22 Global Climate Change Conference, a … Continue reading

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Arts & Humanities Research Council Awards ‘Research In Film Awards’ 2016: Winners Announced at BAFTA

The winners of the AHRC ‘Research In Film’ Awards have been announced at a special ceremony at the home of British film, BAFTA and the Ladbury team were there to join in the celebrations. Hundreds of films were submitted for … Continue reading

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For millennials, purpose and precarity co-exist, reveals new report from the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism

A new report from the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism reveals that although millennials will soon be in control of $30 trillion through wealth transfer, they are fraught with comparative anxiety as they are made persistently aware, through social media, of … Continue reading

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Puss In Pixels… the Ladbury team meets virtual pet cat Cinder

Last week, the Ladbury team sped up to Cambridge to meet a rather remarkable feline character, who’s fast becoming the talk of Cambridgeshire county. Cinder the cat is the latest digital delight from design studio Umbrellium Spawned from the searingly … Continue reading

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Being There: What Happens When Robots and Humans Collide In Public Space?

  As society’s need and desire for technology continues to evolve and expand, robots will inevitably play an ever-increasing role in our lives. Being There is a four-year project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), which … Continue reading

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