Digital Pragmata: The Future in Four Dimensions
814 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23284
How does our choice of creative tools impact the representation of time? What are some of the current trends in art and scholarship focusing on time? What does it mean for us even to say that we are talking about time, and how does our culture inform that understanding? Join us as dynamic practitioners in the arts and humanities come together in a conversation on the subject of time.
Doors open at 1:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public, but please register. Parking is available for a fee in the West Broad Street, West Main Street and West Cary Street parking decks. If special accommodations are needed or to register by phone, please call Gregory Kimbrell, events and programs coordinator, at (804) 828-0593 prior to April 17.
Registration is now closed.
Head of the research and development team at the University of Virginia Scholars' Lab
Transdisciplinary artist with an emphasis on archives, oral story collecting, social projects and art facilitations
Editor of fantasy and science fiction, including the anthology The Time Traveler's Almanac (Tor Books, 2014)
The Digital Pragmata series is sponsored by VCU Libraries and the VCU Office of Research and Innovation.
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Image: Digital Pragmata, by Jeff Bland