CFP: Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts, September 3-6, 2006, Dartington

03 An international invitation and call for participation in a major conference for practitioners and scholars working with digital resources in the Humanities and Arts.

This year the renamed DRHA Conference - Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts - is choosing to bring a new dimension into its standard range of digital projects and interests across the major disciplines of the humanities (archaeology, history, literature, languages, linguistics...) by offering an exceptional invitation to practitioners and scholars working with digital media across the creative, visual, performing and media arts (music, performance, dance, visual arts, gaming, media...).

This development is intended to draw upon and give greater opportunity to consider changes that have occurred through the various applications of digital resources across multi-media platforms and practice-based and practice-led arts research.  This development offers an opportunity to all participants involved in either the arts or the humanities to present, witness, experience and exchange knowledge and applications of accessible digital resources, and to appreciate how the collaborative practices of everyone involved with digital resources has a considerable potential to inform and influence other disciplines.

If you are working with digital processes and resources in any discipline in the arts or the humanities or allied subjects, you are warmly invited to consider making a presentation about your work or to articulate your perspective on the key themes of Conference 2006 which will be considering digital strategies, engagements and developments both as of now and in the future.

This significant and unique opportunity for an exchange of views, experience, approaches and knowledge across all the disciplines of both the humanities and the arts involved with digital resources, will be held at Dartington College of Arts (Totnes, Devon, UK) from Sunday September 3rd to Wednesday September 6th, 2006.