CREATe partners at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of East Anglia (UEA) are hosting a panel event showcasing UEA’s commitment to research and innovation in the creative sector. Leading academic researchers from UEA will be joined by industry creatives for panel discussions exploring the key challenges facing the future of the creative sector in East Anglia.
This event will take place at Norwich Castle’s Town Close Auditorium as part of the University’s partnership with the Norfolk Museums Service. It is free and open to the public.
Tuesday 14 May 2019 | 6.30pm-8pm (Doors 6.15pm) | Norwich Castle Town Close Auditorium
How can creatives in a digital age address new challenges around authorship and content creation that disrupt long-standing trends within creative industries?
- Professor John Street (Chair) | Politics, UEA
- Richard Dinnick | Novelist (Dr Who), Screenwriter
- Crispin Hunt | Longpigs, The Ivors Academy
- Dr Sabine Jacques | Law, UEA
- Fiona Ryder | TCD Media, Norfolk Chamber of Commerce
More Details: uea.ac.uk/arts-humanities/creativenow
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Listen back to the Creative Voices panel on 30 April 2019
For more research by Professor John Street see:
Research Blog Series: Copyright at the Digital Margins and
Research Blog Series: Collective Management Organisations and the EU Digital Single Market
For more research by Dr Sabine Jacques see:
Doing it for Yourself: An event for the creative community in Norwich and
Research Blog Series: Do automated tools foster or deter the promotion of cultural works in the digital economy?