We’re delighted to welcome Ewan McIntosh of Channel4’s 4ip to give us his input on where we think digital media is heading and what we’re putting our money on…

  • 26 June 2009
  • Location: Peacock Visual Arts
  • Starts 6.30pm
  • Admission free, all welcome

Ewan McIntosh works at Channel 4’s Innovation for the Public Fund, as Digital Commissioner for Scotland, Northern Ireland and The North East. He’s currently seeking ideas for web, mobile and games-based media that will help change the lives of people in Britain.

The event will retain the same format as usual and will of course include other talks, beers and a little loud music along side the usual networking chit chat. See you there!

Full Programme

Ewan McIntosh, 4iP

Ewan McIntosh works at Channel 4’s Innovation for the Public Fund, as Digital Commissioner for Scotland, Northern Ireland and The North East. He’s currently seeking ideas for web, mobile and games-based media that will help change the lives of people in Britain. Previously, Ewan worked in the world of education, latterly as National Adviser on Learning and Technology Futures for Learning and Teaching Scotland, the education agency responsible for curriculum development, and as a member of several advisory boards, including the Channel 4 New Media Education Advisory Board.www.4ip.org.uk

James Littlejohn

James Littlejohn – The Open Stack – www.mepath.com

Bill Thompson

Bill Thompson – Introduction to circuit bending- www.billthompson.org

Jono Sandilands

Jono Sandilands, is just about to graduate in Graphic Design from Grays School of Art, will speak about recent projects including ‘the art of ping pong’, a concept which uses interactive surfaces to make original artwork. www.jonosandilands.com