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Is it Worth Putting Technology Down to Appreciate Live Art? - A Podcast

We all live busy lives and much of those lives can be lived through our mobile devices, with artistic stimulation just a click away. In this digital world, is there any reason to leave the comfort of our armchairs to experience live art? Find out what our very own Dr Chris Bilton thinks of the work of art in the age of digital technology at the University of Warwick's credible-incredible Podcast Series, Episode 2

Fri 24 May 2019, 14:46 | Tags: News Impact Faculty of Arts Education

ESRC Seminar - Technical Innovation for Civil Society’s Resilience to Risk: Creativity, Adoption, Dissemination

Civil Agency, Society and Climate Adaptation to Weather Extremes - NETWORK

SEMINAR 7: Technical innovation for Civil Society’s resilience to risk: creativity, adoption, dissemination (University of Warwick, Wolfson Research Centre)

We are pleased to announce a one day workshop exploring technical innovation and Civil Society’s resilience to risk. The event is co-hosted by the Centre for Cultural & Media Policy Studies (CMPS), the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM), and Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities (WISC).

For further information about the aims of CASCADE-NET see:

Thu 20 Dec 2018, 14:12 | Tags: Research Seminars, Events, News, Impact

Innovation Insight - Warwick in London, Tuesday 11th July 2017

On 11th July 2017 Chris Bilton will co-present a workshop on innovation and leadership at Warwick in London’s venue in the old Google building near King’s Cross Station. Chris will be running the workshop alongside Linda Green, of Leading Creative Talent, formerly head of the BBC Leadership programme. Aimed at emerging leaders in medium-sized organisations, this one-day workshop will show you how to recognise and direct innovative ideas, how to lead innovation in others, and how to build a capacity to innovate at both individual and organisational level. Each participant will leave with an action plan to put these ideas into action in their workplace. Details of the event are available here.


Wed 05 Apr 2017, 15:40 | Tags: Alumni, Events, Impact, Research news

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