Digital Literacy and New Digital Possibilities
This is a past event.
The last year has seen all of us move more of our lives online with an increased sense of urgency surrounding what the digital can provide. As arts workers and artists we all have different levels of digital maturity, this panel focuses on digital wayfinding within this often seemingly complex space.
What possibilities does the digital environment present for creating more accessible and inclusive spaces?
How does digital literacy and access to technology bridge geographical distance or physical barriers to accessibility?
What new possibilities for storytelling, preserving language and culture can it provide?
Join our Digital Literacy panel with Daniel Savage, April Phillips, Caddie Brain and moderated by Kevin du Preez to find out more!
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