Blast Theory is looking for a talented and energetic developer to take part in a technical internship for two weeks in March 2014.
As part of her recent project Rambles With Nature, our associate artist Sheila Ghelani will be presenting an installation of Ramble 2 ‘Rings, Loops and Double Backs’ this Friday 3-7pm at the Blast Theory studios. Click here to find out more and book your place.
My Neck Of The Woods is a live documentary from the streets of Manchester made in collaboration with a group of young people. Click here to watch the film shot by May Abdalla and edited by Amy Rose.
Blast Theory presented a new work, Dial Ulrike and Eamon Compliant at the Frequency Festival in Lincoln last October. As part of the project, participants were invited to make a recording describing what they would fight for. Click here to listen to them.
Nick will be presenting I’d Hide You and the Digital Art2 research project at the REMIX Summit hosted by Google in London on 3rd December.
Blast Theory artist Matt Adams is on a panel discussing high-risk practice at the Collaborative Artist Networking Day in Dublin this Thursday.
With support from the Arts Connect West Midlands Bridge programme, the Engagement and Collections teams of Birmingham Museums Trust explored how they can work together to develop new creative ideas and approaches to engaging children and young people; in particular, through collaborations with artists working in different disciplines.