Interested in the impact and opportunities of broadband for regional artists? Check out today’s webcast of the National Regional Arts Broadband Forum from Regional Arts Australia in partnership with Feral Arts.
Broadband promises new opportunities for arts and cultural sector.
Sixty leading regional arts practitioners, policy maker and stakeholders from across the country are gathering at Parliament House, Canberra on Monday 28th March. Guests will discuss broadband and the many opportunities that it brings to regional artists and communities.
The purpose of the forum is to come up with practical ways to maximise the benefits of high speed broadband in the arts and cultural sector, with a particular focus on regional and remote communities.
The National Regional Arts Broadband Forum is being webcast live from Parliament House. The Webcast will feature an audio stream, live comments, twitter feed and regional arts digital showcase with contributions from across the country.
If you register (http://ps3beta.com/join?actions=join-project=7715) you can add your comments and questions directly into the webcast page. Twitter users can also participate in the lead up and during the Forum via http://twitter.com/#!/search/#artsbroadband
The webcast will begin at 9.45am (EDT) – Monday 28th March and conclude at 3.30pm.
Twitter users can also participate in the lead up and during the Forum via #artsbroadband.
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