‘The Relevance of Memory to Creativity and Cultural Development in the Digital Age’: Part of a series of talks entitled 'Capturing the Intangible' at ICA, London

Amber Lamonby-Pennie

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    5th June 2014 ICA, London ‘The Relevance of Memory to Creativity and Cultural Development in the Digital Age’ – Organiser, Chair and Speaker. Full link: https://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/studio-sessions-relevance-memory-creativity-and-cultural-development-digital-age Transdisciplinary discussion featuring: Louise Shannon(Digital V&A Museum Curator), Emeritus Professor Steven Rose(Neuroscience, Memory Specialist and Co-founder of the Open University) and Professor Alan Schechner (Artist and Academic). Chair, Speaker and Event organiser. Amber is a PhD Researcher and speaker at The ICA, London (2014 - date) Affiliated to the ICA Education/Events Programme and Kingston University’s Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, and the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy.

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