'Fault Lines: colliding art, science and technology'
FutureEverything presents an afternoon of artist presentations, pitches and a panel discussion, exploring new work and approaches that test the fault lines between culture, society, technology and innovation.
Hear how artists and the creative sector are working with tech companies and innovation programmes.
Fault Lines is FutureEverything’s landmark 2-year artist development and commissioning programme. As this phase of Fault Lines concludes, FutureEverything invite you to celebrate the achievements of the programme and meet the artists.
This is a fantastic opportunity to see the artist’s work, hear their experiences of the programme and come together to share ideas for the future.
A panel discussion will take place with invited guests including Mike Stubbs (ex-CEO FACT, Liverpool), Louise Shannon (Tate Liverpool), Lucy Dusgate (The Lowry) and Marieke Navin (Cheltenham Science Festival), chaired by FutureEverything’s new Creative Director, Irini Papadimitriou.
The afternoon will commence with a presentation on the programme, followed by presentations by the Fault Lines artists. The event concludes with the panel discussion and time to network.
Refreshments will be available. Booking is essential as places are limited.Click to Register