DIGITAL ART AND VIDEO GAMES – NEW HORIZONS
 
A NEW SYMPOSIUM
 
Saturday 6 April, 11am-3pm, Guildhall Art Gallery
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Get an insight into what is new, exciting and coming next as digital art, video games and science collide at this two-hour symposium at Guildhall Art Gallery during the Games Character Parade and Family Day.
Featuring leaders from across arts, science and programming exploring how virtual reality, gamification, citizen science, AI and adaptive human/machine engagement plus emerging game play genres are reshaping culture. 
Chaired by digital art pioneer Professor William Latham (Goldsmiths)
Panellists:

Tameen Antoniades, Chief Creative Director at Ninja Theory. (Games: Hellbade, Devil May Cry, Heavenly Sword ).

Sumit Paul-Choudhury, Science Writer and x Editor in Chief of New Scientist Magazine.

Dr. Parashkev Nachev, Senior Clinical Research Associate at the Institute of Neurology, University College, London.  

Pedro Quijada Leyton, Games Programmer for Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Gemma May Potter, Digital Textiles Artist.

Sam Hayhurst, Games Programmer for 22Cans (Games: Godus, Curiosity).

Professor William Latham

Professor William Latham

Goldsmiths

Tameen Antoniades

Tameen Antoniades

Ninja Theory

Sam Hayhurst

Sam Hayhurst

22Cans

Gemma Potter

Gemma Potter

Digital textile artist

Sumit Paul-Choudhury

Sumit Paul-Choudhury

Science writer

Pedro Quijada Leyton

Pedro Quijada Leyton

Sony

Supported by Arts Council England
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