Manifesto chat with Bea


Following on from our chat with Ailie Rutherford last week, we decided we like asking questions and having a snoop on your behalf, so this week we’ve got another lil interview for you. We spoke to Beatrix Livesey-Stephens about the work she’s doing for NEoN: Beatrix is working on a Manifesto for Digital Arts Work

Interview with Ailie Rutherford


We’re switching things up a bit this week! Normally we’d publish a lil response or a think-piece-style blog post. This week’s entry is a bit longer, but it’s an interview with Ailie Rutherford, Freelance artist-curator for NEoN Digital Arts. We attended an event Ailie had been part of the organising team for and wanted to

Rethinking Symposia


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 recently appointed Nathan Jones to develop a ‘Digital Arts Symposia Provocation’ that can push the boundaries of what academic and arts-based conferences can be. We caught

What’s the point in a roundtable?


When I was in art school, there was a constant push forward towards a new now we were all being asked to co-create. That meant we had to quickly get a grasp on what had come before in order to not repeat ourselves, but we couldn’t linger in that history. We could only dip into

Career Ready @ NEoN


NEoN Digital Arts are very proud to have joined the Career Ready network. This network of employers and educators believe that every young person, regardless of background, deserves the opportunity to kick-start a rewarding future. Through this programme, we have the pleasure of working with Katie Mcpherson from Baldragon Academy, Dundee, for the next 4 weeks.

Making safer spaces online


This text is a response to ‘Round the Virtual Table,’ an event that took place on May 6th aas part of this year’s Wired Women* programme for NEoN. Making safer spaces online For the past 10 years of my adulthood, I’ve been trapped in the mainstream tides of the Internet. I have been stuck with

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