How to join/get involved & join mailing list

How to join/get involved with the DMC:

  1. We focus on specific Research & Development projects through weekly meet-ups 
  2. We work in different small groups of shared interest 
  3. There is no formal teaching or workshops delivered to the DMC R&D or is it aligned to any UAL course
  4. We learn from each other through mutually beneficial exchange & support
  5. All DMC interest R&D groups come together a couple times a month to share progress.
  6. DMC hold social evenings, gatherings, drinks & informal get-togethers
  7. DMC sometimes hold open events for the public, showcase events etc 
  8. Ongoing contribution to the DMC is essential for success of R&D project development and associated events  
  9. Those members who are most actively involved are offered DMC opportunities, events, exhibitions, workshops etc.
  10. The main way to join/be part of the DMC is either:
    1. Be a current UAL student, staff or alumni member
    2. Alumni who have been involved in DMC related activities and projects in the past (as staff, students etc.) 
    3. DMC do work with non-UAL individuals and organisations as collaborators and partners, please email c.follows@arts.ac.uk to find out more 

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About the DMC

The Digital Maker Collective (DMC) are a voluntary, informal Research & Development (R&D) group made up of University of the Arts London staff, students, alumni who share common goals in exploring digital & emerging technologies in the context of arts practice, education, society and the creative industries.

  • For more details about the Collective please contact c.follows@arts.ac.uk
  • See latest Digital Maker Collective activities and 'This Weeks Meet Ups' here 

What does Knowledge Exchange mean to you?

In March 2018, the Digital Maker Collective transformed the Tate Exchange, 5th floor of Tate Modern into a large public tech innovation hub, a six day residency entitled ‘Arts Work of the Future’. See all DMC Tate Exchange case study videos here.

Websites:

The Collective hold regular meet-ups:

  • In the UAL Student led Collaborative MakerSpaces #CCWMakerSpaces
  • Other pop-up locations & UAL colleges

Digital Maker Collective Email Group:

Social & messaging channels:

The collective aim to share progress & planning openly on & offline as much as possible to encourage open development:

  • Social & messaging channels: Facebook Twitter @CCWDigital Instagram: digitalmakercollective
  • SLACK Channel - Join click here
  • Hashtags: #artsDMC #artsworkofthefuture #CCWMakerSpace #CCWDigital #digitalmakercollective #tateexchange
  • Other related networks: @tateexchange @ual @WimbledonUAL @CamberwellUAL @ChelseaUAL
  • Your Channel - The Collective are encouraged to create their own channels for project development, facebook etc or use the DMC channels for group messaging & communications etc.

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