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Thu 31st Jan at 6:30pm

Forum: Web Site Specific

@ Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

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Forum: Web Site Specific

Forum is an informal, monthly event for early career artists, students and graduates, organised by Ffotogallery and WARP. It is a platform for practitioners from various disciplines to exchange ideas, experience and opinions on visual culture in an informal setting.

For the first Forum of 2013 they'll be talking and thinking about artists' websites. They'll be delving into why artists build websites, what their purpose is and how they can work. What's the relationship between online presence and general practice, and what are the implications of artists building virtual spaces?

Nic Finch of Cardiff design studio Burning Red will be talking about some of the tools that are available for making your own website and artist Sara Sylvester will be talking about developing an online identity as a key part of her work with fictional artists. Photographer James Hudson will be talking about the function of a website, how to approach presenting your work to a varied audience and the differences in what commercial clients and curators want to see.

Meet in Chapter foyer at 6:30pm, look for the Forum sign!

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Venue Facts

Venue: Chapter Arts Centre

Market Road

South Glamorgan
CF5 1QE 51.483326, -3.204665

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Website: chapter.org

Phone: 029 2030 4400

Disabled Bookings: 029 2030 4400


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