On 17th October, drop in at B&D Studios and play a game of 100 Things (there is a delicious prize for anyone who can’t take part), have a cup of tea and a chat with Andrew Wilson about using all sorts of personal mobile technology in the arts and social sector, and in all sorts of contexts from mental health to Augmented Reality games for family groups.
Andrew has been using mobile technology creatively since 2000, and he’s learned from a lot of mistakes along the way.
The previous record for 100 Things is 35, set in London. Can Newcastle beat that? Come along and take part!
Time: 14.00 – 18.00, 17th October
Location: B&D Studios, 3rd Floor, Commercial Union House, Pilgrim Street, NE1 6QE Newcastle upon Tyne
Free of charge
Workshop outcome will be presented at the end of the day at 5.30pm
Find out more about Andrew’s work at www.foldup.org