Dear All,

This week is the Event Two Prequel evening on Tuesday 9th July at 6pm, at the British Computer Society in Southampton Street, near the Strand. This is part of the EVA London conference. If you haven't already booked, the link is here:

Next week we have Event Two proper, taking place at the Royal College of Art in Kensington. This is a collaboration with Interact Digital Arts, FLUX Events, Lumen Art Projects and of course the RCA:

The key moments of Event Two are as follows:

Friday 12th July 2019
6pm - 9pm Preview Night.
Organised by the EVA Conference.
Invitation-only for conference attendees.

Saturday 13th July 2019
10am - 5pm Open to the Public.

Monday 15th July 2019
10am - 5pm Open to the Public.
10am – 1pm Guided Tour and Workshop: The V&A's collections relating to the Computer Arts Society and the History of Digital Art. Booking open to RCA staff and students only.
6:30pm - 9pm FLUX Events Evening. Invasive Media Talk. Book on Eventbrite

Tuesday 16th July 2019
10am - 5pm Open to the Public.
6:30pm - 9pm CAS Evening (Official Launch).
Sponsored by Interact Digital Arts. Book on Eventbrite:

Wednesday 17th July 2019
10am - 5pm Open to the Public.
10am - 1pm Generative Painting Workshop with Stuart Daromarz Batchelor. Book on Eventbrite.

6pm - 9pm Lumen Art Projects Evening. Artists in the Machine with Alex Mordvintsev. Plus, the announcement of the 2019 Lumen Prize Longlist. Book on Eventbrite:
NB This event is currently sold out but it's worth waiting for a standby ticket if one becomes available

All evening events take place at the Royal College of Art and require pre-booking via Eventbrite.

It promises to be a very exciting programme and I look forward to seeing you there.

Best wishes,

Nick Lambert,
Chair, Computer Arts Society, BCS SG

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