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  • Tuesday, 03-10-2023, AG12 room, City, University of London, 15:00-17:00 GMT.
    How to Fund AI Art

    CitAI organised an AI workshop the 3rd of October 2023, where scholars and the AI art-wolrd explored novel ideas to fund AI art in the UK. The event resulted in the formation of two groups (each with a curator, and artist and an academic, an in collaboration with galleries) dedicated to the preparing two UKRI proposals.

    Chair: Eduardo Alonso (CitAI).

    Participants: Hannah Andrews (British Council), Mila Askarova (Gazelli Art House), Luba Elliott (AI art curator), Beverley Hood (Edinburgh College of Art, UKRI BRAID), Eva Jäger (The Serpentine), Laura McFarlane (Arts Council England), Marie McPartlin (Somerset House), Caroline Sinders (artist), Lucy Sollitt (curator), Nye Thompson (artist), Paula Westenberger (Brunel University London), and Eduardo Alonso (Turing University Liaison, City, University of London)


  • Wednesday, 07-06-2023, Ada Lovelace room, City, University of London, 09:00-17:00 GMT, by invitation only. Webinar hosted by CitAI and The Alan Turing Institute.
    AI Art Turing Workshop
    Chair: Eduardo Alonso (CitAI).

    CitAI and The Alan Turing Institute brought together artists, curators, critics, scholars, and companies to promote AI art in the UK, to openly discuss the formation of a network that will facilitate the exchange of ideas as well as to explore opportunities for collaboration.

    AIPerformance


  • Tuesday, 14-03-2023, (Zoom; 14:00-15:00 GMT): Webinar hosted by TCCE and CitAI.
    AI and Performance
    Chair: Eduardo Alonso (CitAI). Speakers: Karl Woolley, Mattias Frey, Aoi Nakamura & Esteban Lecoq, and Sahil Dhingra.

    In this discursive and informal event, we considered how AI is impacting questions of performance, in particular whether performance itself can be changed through engaging with and assimilating AI on the dance and film industries. We examined cultural touring companies and their use of digital media, and whether technology can address the increasing challenges of touring live work, and help audiences access performance. We also considered the use of AI during film production including in pre- and post-production, audience engagement and AI, as well as showcasing some pioneering work being undertaken across the creative and cultural industries.

    To watch a video of the event, click the thumbnail below

    AIPerformance


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