As every year, we have a lot of upcoming events that we organize where we present the latest innovations and prototypes! The creation of digital art has never been more advanced and we can expect to see outstanding performance, fueled by the cutting-edge technologies, in any sense! We will also use this opportunity to show a few of them that are upcoming that will blow your mind! Be prepared and do not miss these!

28th June, Culture Hack, Glasgow

This year in Glasgow, we will cooperate with Scottish cultural sector to deliver innovative mobile applications, fun games and creative visualizations. The focus will be on presenting prototype tools, as well as new technologies that are aimed to promote digital art and art creation. Brigita Zics, who is the director of Culture Lab at Newcastle University will open the event by one of her inspiring speeches. After her speech, around 50 hackers will produce the fantastic dancing robots and stunning data visualizations. Of course, several universities across the UK will assist in the realization of this event.

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16th June, Culture Hack, Cambridge

The event will start with the representatives of Raspberry Pi. The representatives will explain the concept of Raspberry Pi and how it works, as well as how you can implement it in your art. There will be a challenge with a prize that you can win in case you develop the best product that uses Raspberry Pi.You will have 36 hours to produce culture related product of high quality! We have to say that we are expecting a huge help from Centre For Computing History.

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12th December, Google Campus, London

The capital will host Google representatives and museum experts to share the new ways of exploring the culture using the latest technology developments. The discussion will also include debating on the crossover of technology and cultural sources (museums, libraries and so on) with the goal of producing new ideas. Once the new ideas and concepts are made, the paper-prototyping will start. The best ideas will be supported by Heritage Lottery Fund and the British Council.