18th January 2001
If you feel as if you’re drowning in the Internet then a conference being staged next week at the University of Lincolnshire & Humberside could be the lifeline you need.
‘Creative Internet Works’ will be held at the George Street campus of ULH in Hull on Wednesday 24th January 2001 and will feature presentations by leading industry experts from firms including Adobe and Macromedia.
The conference is being jointly organised by ULH and the Alliance of Digital Artists (www.the-ada.com).
“The purpose of the conference is to inspire, instruct and inform,” said a university spokesman. “If you’re new to the Internet then you will find useful information. If you already work in the industry, you will find inspiration – and when you leave you will have access to the supportive resources of the ADA and the university.
“This conference will be of particular relevance to those who work in the design, web, advertising and publishing industries, and as it deals partly with developments in training and education, managers and directors should also find it useful.”
The delegate’s fee of £35 includes full conference documentation, lunch, refreshment, complimentary wine and viewing of the Cheltenham Open Drawing Competition.
The event begins at 9.15am and will end at 5pm. For more details contact the university’s Faculty of Arts and Technology on 01482 462017.
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University of Lincolnshire & Humberside
Tel: 01522 886042
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