If you haven't heard of Audacity then where have you been living as this Open Source audio manipulatipon software is the mainstay of many an audiophiles software arsenal. The Audacity Unconference 2014 is an event for all Audacity users including teachers, musicians, and researchers
The 2014 theme will be "Home & Away" celebrating people living and working in Liverpool today as well as our 'expatriates' doing great things further afield.
Behind the big movies are the effects wizards and LJMU Screen School Christmas Symposium will be examining 'Visual Effects in Games, TV and Film' in this free one day event on 11th December.
As we are alays on the look out for news from cools organisations around Liverpool we thought we would bring you some from Transition Liverpool so find out more about their events and projects.
@SMCliv has been running since June 2010 on a not so monthly basis but has had some fantastic events and talks from across the Social Media spectrum. Their latest event on the 2nd August at Static Gallery and will consist of a series of talks on Open Data and Open Data projects.
Open Data has enormous economic potential, from developing new markets to creating services for local government.
They are now collecting suggestions for their 6th September event but it could be you!
You like Jam right! Well, do you like Raspberry Pie sorry Raspberry Pi - if you know what Raspberry Pi is then this event coming up in August is just for you. It's all part of OggCamp - the free culture Unconference which will see 300 developers, technologists & artists gather for this unique event that celebrates all things Free and Open Source.
Arts Council are giving an introduction for their National Portfolio Organisations on Wednesday this week. Digital innovation is one of the key priorities in the Arts Council’s five year plan.
The seminar is aimed at cultural organisationsand and will explain how they should plan their approach to digital working and achieving a presence in the digital media space?
The live webinar will take place at Inspace as part of their EIFF Atmosphere programme. Matt Adams of Blast Theory will introduce the core concepts behind interactive storytelling and artists Thompson & Craighead will discuss their work in the context of digital storytelling.
What is labour in the contemporary media economy and how might it be paid for? What are some of the issues that arts institutions and media workers face with regards to intellectual property?
Who Owns It? is a talk fest on open source culture and intellectual property law in partnership that takes place next Tuesday 12th June at FACT Liveprool.
Watch the Video below from Dan Lynch to find out more.