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The conference has an excellent programme this year with 100 + papers, 
performances and installations, UK and international - the theme is
‘Sensual Technologies: Collaborative Practices of Interdisciplinarity’.
-  and its being held at Brunel in London (Uxbridge)
- please do pass this on to others you feel may be interested
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NETWORK  WITH A TOP LEVEL SET OF UK AND INTERNATIONAL INNOVATORS 
PIONEERING THE USE OF DIGITAL RESOURCES


Register now for the 2010 Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts 
Conference (DRHA 2010: http://drha2010.org.uk/ )
at Brunel University in London
Sunday 5th to Wednesday 8th September 2010


This year's applications have created an excellent line-up of panels, 
papers, performances and installations - final delegates to be announced 
online in early August 2010. The DRHA committee recommends not missing 
this event at such a time of important shifts in the digital debate.

Outstanding Keynote Speakers:
* Richard Coyne - Professor of Architectural Computing at the University 
of Edinburgh.
* Christopher Pressler: Director of Research and Learning Resources and 
Director of the Centre for Research Communications, University of 
Nottingham.
* Thecla Schiphorst: Media Artist/Designer / Faculty Member in the 
School of Interactive Arts and Technology. Simon Fraser University, 
Vancouver, Canada.
* STELARC, Chair in Performance Art at Brunel University and Senior 
Research, Fellow in the MARCS Labs at the University of Western Sydney.

Performers to include Stelarc and the Avatar Orchestra Metaverse led by 
Pauline Oliveros.

Specific focus on discussions in and around Second Life.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/DRHA2010