Melanie Lenz

Title: Patric Prince Curator of Digital Art
Department: Word and Image

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More from the modern-day Museum Photographers

By guest blogger Kate Elliott During the current Creative Photography Course at the V&A, designed and led by Kate Elliott, a group of students are working as Museum Photographers, to create a modern-day ‘portrait’ of the V&A. Through class discussions, practical tasks and exhibition visits, the group are exploring a combination of architectural, portrait, documentary […]

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The modern-day Museum Photographers

By guest blogger Kate Elliott During the current Creative Photography Course at the V&A, designed and led by artist Kate Elliott, a group of six students are working as Museum Photographers, to create a modern-day ‘portrait’ of the V&A. The Museum Photographers © Kate Elliott With references to the work of Charles Thurston Thompson and […]

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Digital Kids at the Shakespeare Festival

“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players.”  (As You Like It, Act II Scene VII) Over the Easter holidays this apt quote became a reality but it was the kids in the museum who became the performers, playwrights, set designers and directors! As part of the Digital Kids activities […]

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Computer Power to the People! and other nifty quotes from the computer art archives

‘You can and must understand computers NOW’ is the subtitle to Theodore Nelson’s 1974 book Computer Lib. His passionate manifesto was designed to captivate, inform and inspire people to engage directly with personal computers. He implores ‘If you can get a chance to learn programming it’s an awfully good experience for anybody above fourth grade’ […]

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