Expanded Animation Symposium at UCA

The symposium Synaesthetic Syntax examines the interactions between animation and audio from a scientific perspective. Researchers and artists were asked to submit contributions on the subject of Synaesthetic Syntax: Sounding Animation/Visualising Audio. This scientific/artistic survey is kicked off by the media artist Rose Bond, who offers insights into her artistic work in public spaces, followed by panel discussions on the topics of "Hearing Color Seeing Sound", "In Front of Your Eyes and Ears", and "The Kinaesthetics of Music and Vision".

S+T+ARTS at UCA: Understanding complex data in COVID times + Fashion: Materialising Numbers

As a specialist arts institution, UCA is 100% creative. UCA students develop their skills and thinking in environments that replicate the studios found within the creative industries, alongside peers on courses spanning arts, business and technology.Oscar-winning film makers and animators, world-renowned fashion designers, television presenters and Turner-Prize nominees are just some of UCA's high-profile graduates who have enriched the world with their creative talents. Taught and guided by experienced, industry-connected academic staff, students reap the benefits of studying at the highest-ranked creative specialist in the UK.

Leonardo S+T+ARTS: A conversation on "What's next? Art-Science ideas emerging from lockdown."
Camille Baker (CA/UK), Danielle Siembieda (US), Aurelie Delater (FR) and Marie Albert (FR)

During lockdown, Leonardo and STARTS collaborated to exchange and reflect, together with their wider communities, on how COVID-19 is impacting Art-Science/Art-Technology innovation and co-creation.