EVA London 2010

Monday 5th - Wednesday 7th July 2010 

Venue: British Computer Society, 5 Southampton Street, Covent Garden,
London WC2E 7HA


REGISTRATION CLOSES ON 30th JUNE: This year's conference promises to
be both a showcase for some really exciting research and a stimulating
forum for discussion. Only a limited number of places remain for EVA
London 2010. Don't hesitate, if you haven't already done so, register

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Keynote speakers and conference programme


EVA London 2010 will debate the issues, discuss the trends and
demonstrate the digital possibilities in culture, heritage and the
arts. This year's conference includes sessions on:


*         Electronic arts

*         Data, art and time

*         The digital museum 

*         Art through evolutionary computation

*         Photography and reality

*         Digital art issues

*         Electronic resources for the public

*         Music and art

*         Digital performance

*         Digital arts practice

*         Digital perceptions

*         Art in the digital age

*         Experiencing history


If you are interested in the new technologies in the cultural sector -

If you are an artist, policy maker, manager, researcher, practitioner,
or educator - 

this conference is for you.


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EVA London 2010 will be co-sponsored by the Computer Arts Society, a
Special Interest Group of the British Computer Society, and by the



Sarah McDaid

Visiting Research Fellow

Institute for Computing Research

Department of Informatics

Faculty of Business

London South Bank University

London UK

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