Irini Papadimitriou

Title: Programme Manager, Digital Programmes
Department: Learning and Interpretation

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Digital Design Weekend Jakarta

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Following a exchange and residency earlier this year, and inspired by the annual Digital Design Weekend at the V&A, a special Jakarta remix event is taking place on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 November, bringing together UK and Indonesian creativity to share digital design ideas across five spaces in Kota Tua, Jakarta’s beautiful Old City. Digital Design […]

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Digital Futures: e-stitches

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Digital Futures is coming back in November, this time with a showcase and talks by members of the e-stitches group, a meetup for textiles and technology taking place regularly at the V&A. e-stitches is now close to 100 members from a wide variety of fields and experience, each bringing their own unique view on e-textiles. […]

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MozEx Tate and V&A collaboration at Mozilla Festival

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MozEx is a digital art exhibition curated by the digital learning teams at both the Tate and the V&A, taking place at MozFest, Mozilla’s annual celebration of the diverse, creative internet community and the greater open Internet movement. The MozEx exhibit explores links between art, society, and the digital world. Created by both individual practitioners and cross-disciplinary collaborations, […]

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Maker Assembly is heading to Manchester!

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Maker Assembly – produced in association with V&A Digital Programmes and Lighthouse – is a critical gathering about maker cultures, which launched a year ago at the V&A. Sessions have taken place in Belfast, Sheffield and coming up next is Maker Assembly Manchester, which will take place Saturday, 12th November at MadLab, in conjunction with […]

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Digital Design Weekend 2016

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September is fast approaching and so is London Design Festival and the Digital Design Weekend! Now in its sixth year, the Digital Design Weekend will bring together again over a hundred artists, designers, engineers, technologists and of course the public to celebrate and share contemporary digital art and design, take part in interactive installations and labs, […]

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V&A and Tate Digital Learning teams come together for MozEx

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The Digital Programmes team at the V&A has joined Tate Digital Learning to curate MozEx, an art exhibition with a 21st-century twist at Mozilla Festival (MozFest). MozFest is an annual celebration of the diverse, creative internet community and the greater open Internet movement. People from across the globe gather together and discuss, debate, create and […]

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GUEST BLOG: Digital Design Drop-in: The Invisible Labs

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On Saturday 30 April, Bhavani Esapathi, founder of The Invisible Labs – a social tech initiative helping those with incurable, invisible diagnosis live better lives – was invited to take part in our monthly Digital Design Drop-In programme and share her work with the public. In this post, Bhavani discusses the projects presented at the […]

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Is Innovation just for the Tech sector and NOT for the Arts?

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This is a guest post by Bhavani Esapathi, a Writer & Speaker on Digital Innovation within the Cultural Sector. Bhavani was invited to host a discussion about innovation as part of the Digital Design Weekend 2015. So we ventured out for a whole weekend to talk about innovation during the Digital Design Weekend via the project Designing […]

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Digital Design Weekend 2015

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The Digital Programmes’ big annual event as part of LDF is back and after months of planning and a few frantic weeks of preparations, we are looking forward to some exciting events this coming Saturday and Sunday. This year’s theme and projects are focussing on citizen design, engagement and participation and it all started in Mexico! […]

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A report from Digital Futures and Rebooting the Digital Commons

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It has been nearly three years since our first Digital Futures meetup at the V&A; the programme was initiated in 2012 as an open platform for displaying and discussing work by researchers, artists, designers, companies and other professionals working with art, technology, design, science and beyond.  The Digital Futures sessions have been bringing together people from different backgrounds and disciplines with a view to generating future […]

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