Arts, Culture, and Digital Transformation Summit at Banff Centre
Join us for the Arts, Culture, and Digital Transformation Summit at Banff Centre, a three-day summit focused on Canadian art-making practices in a rapidly digitizing world.
The speakers list for this ground-breaking summit (November 22-24, 2019) has been finalized.
Be part of a national conversation with artists, arts and culture leaders, technologists, researchers, and more.
Exhibitions and Performances
As part of the summit, participants will be invited to an art and virtual reality showcase. Featured artists include Lisa Jackson’s work Biidaaban, French artist Bastien Didier and David Guez’s presentation of Projet Lévitation, Katherine Behar’s work High Hopes, and Suzanne Kite’s Better Off Alone, which will be presented by the artist remotely.
Two performances will also be offered: Gary James Joynes will perform Soundbursting and Milton Lim / Patrick Blenkarn will showcase Asses Masses.
Experience every educational session and keynote presentation with the purchase of an all-access pass. Summit Pass and Summit+ Pass, which include accommodation and daily lunches, are available for both artists and delegates at banffcentre.ca/acds.
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