Thanks to our volunteers!

The success of NEoN festivals come down to 2 things. Firstly – the thought-provoking installations which highlight digital art from across the globe, secondly – the amazing assistance and dedication that volunteers put into the festival. We could not have the success that we do without their help. Each year, NEoN take on a number

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NEoN 2016 commission shortlisted for New Media Writing Prize

J.R. Carpenter, the Canadian-born UK-based artist, writer, performer, postdoctoral researcher, associate lecturer, and maker of maps, zines, books, poetry, short fiction and computer-generated narratives could soon be adding another award to her growing list. Commissioned for NEoN 2016, J.R. produced ‘The Gathering Cloud’ – a project which aimed to draw attention to the materiality of

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Eyes down and tap back in time to 1936 with Atmosphere

Members of the public are invited to step inside the city’s former “Cathedral of Motion Pictures” Green’s Playhouse to watch Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s ‘Broadway Melody of 1936’ as the silver screen returns to the site for one night only at 8:30pm on Tuesday 3rd January 2017 for a special free event. The screening is a collaboration between

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Interview: I.D Password (IDPW)

As our NEoN 2015 festival is in full swing this week, we decided to give you all a sneak peek at one of our events, by interviewing the group IDPW who are working with us to produce our Internet Yami-ichi on Saturday 14th at Bonar Hall between 2 and 6pm. A Yami-ichi is an internet black

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A history of Karaoke

You’re on a night out, had a couple too many alcoholic beverages and your more outgoing friend suggests karaoke (gulp) … Together you pick your favourite song that you (hopefully) know most of the words to and sing your heart out.  Surprisingly you actually enjoy screeching in front of total strangers.  Ever wondered where this

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inToAsia: Time-based Art Festival 2015 in New York

inCube Arts have just launched their second edition of inToAsia: Time-based Art Festival 2015 in New York this week. Organized by Chen Wei-ching, Joanne and curated by Wang Chun-Chi, Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani and Carol Yinghua Lu, the festival aims to continue its mission of exhibiting time-based art with perspectives from Asia. Three exhibition venues bring the Asia-based artists’ works together in New York. Retina of the

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