Opportunity – ReImagining the Digital Arts Symposium 


NOW CLOSED ReGrowing Digital Arts – Creative Growth NEoN is commissioning to develop a ‘Digital Arts Symposia Provocation’ that can push the boundaries of what academic and arts-based conferences can be. This ‘provocation’ is a researched digital arts symposium proposal that aims to experiment with the format by incorporating performance, multi-media, and wider disciplines while

Coded Bias – Screening and Q&A


Virtual Screening of Coded Bias, followed by Q&A with the film’s director Shalini Kantayya NEoN is excited to present its first event to launch the start of this years programme and theme for 2021  – Under the theme, ‘Wired Women’ NEoN will invite female and nonbinary artists from across the world to investigate how we

NEoN the Digital Donator


DYW Digital Donator _____________________ NEoN is partnering with Developing the Young Workforce (DYW), St Paul’s Academy and their very proactive Computing Department.  St. Paul’s Secondary School serves some of the most deprived areas of the east and west of Dundee city. During the lockdown, it became apparent to teachers and support staff that a number

Talking About Walking The #UndesiredLine


As part of Ars Electronica 2020: Festival for Art, Technology, & Society, NEoN is hosting a live screening of two new films by artist B.D. Owens and Q&A with NEoN Director, Donna Holford-Lovell, exploring the complexities of living near the Faslane nuclear submarine base.   Over the course of 50 days in 2018, B.D. Owens

Festival Producer Opportunity


NEoN Digital Arts Festival are excited to announce we are recruiting for a Festival Producer to facilitate our annual programme. This includes the management of pop-up events throughout the year and our annual festival in November.  The Producer will work closely with the core team on the development and delivery of the 2020 NEoN Digital

Diversity Is Not The Enemy Of Quality


Diversity and equality, in a city as diverse as Dundee, are still surprisingly undeveloped in the creative industries sector . It is important that the institutions providing platforms for creative workers and artists in the city are able to acknowledge how our processes are still informed by historical injustices which consistently alienate key creative voices,

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