Manifesto for digital arts work placements


As part of the ReGrowing Digital Arts research project with Dr Michael Pierre Johnson, a creative economy researcher based at the Innovation School, The Glasgow School of Art, NEoN recenlty appointed Beatrix Elizabeth Livesey-Stephens to develop a ‘Manifesto for Digital Arts Work Placements’ that can inform best practice across the digital arts creative and cultural

Round the Virtual Table


Roundtable debate When: Day 1, 3rd May – invited guests, Day 2, 6th May 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm – open debate  Where: Online. Book your ticket here Under the theme ‘Wired Women’, NEoN will address the digital gender divide and highlight the contribution of female and nonbinary artists in shaping the digital and technology-driven

Re:Sisters – Pioneering Women of Electronic Music


During 2021 under the theme ‘Wired Women’, NEoN is highlighting the contribution of female and nonbinary artists in shaping the digital and technology-driven arts sector. So NEoN was delighted to be invited to work with Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) and MASH Cinema and be part of their amazing Re:Sisters programme, which tells the untold stories of

Welcome to our new trustees


NEoN is delighted to announce the appointment of 8 new trustees. The new trustees will support NEoNs Director Donna Holford-Lovell to implement its newly developed plans that aim to provide the most effective support for the sector at a time when it couldn’t be more needed. The Director and NEoNs trustees are keen to find

Trojan Horse/Robin Hood or traitor?


In November 2019, NEoN worked with Dundee based artist and curator Saoirse Amira Anis to develop the first workshop in our Change:Debate series addressing the work that must be done to champion, support and nourish the work of artists of colour. The workshop was led and delivered by Black artists, makers and activists who work

VIRTUAL STUDIO VISIT with Libby Odai


NEW FORMS OF TOGETHERNESS – Virtual studio visit With visual artist Libby Odai moderated by curator Sabrina Henry (CCA Glasgow). Tuesday 23 March 2021, 6:00pm – 7:00pm Libby Odai is one of the three artists selected for our digital residency programme ‘New Forms of Togetherness’, in partnership with the Alliance Française Glasgow and the Institut

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