OPEN SOURCE CREATIVITY IN BRISTOL, UK - 20TH AUGUST Fwd:


Subject: OPEN SOURCE CREATIVITY IN BRISTOL, UK - 20TH AUGUST Fwd:
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Thu Jul 28 2005 - 09:53:21 EDT


>Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2005 10:06:34 +0100 (BST)
>From: jakeharries@aol.com
>Subject: Fwd: OPEN SOURCE CREATIVITY IN BRISTOL, UK - 20TH AUGUST
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>FAVE 2005
>
>27/7/2005, Bristol, England) FAVE is a new event for people who are
>interested in free and open source creative software on Linux and
>other computer platforms. It's taking place on Saturday August 20th
>2005 at the Trinity Community & Arts Centre in Bristol, UK. Everyone
>is welcome, even if they have never used this kind of software
>before. Doors open at 10am and the event gets underway at 11am. Music
>will continue into the evening, and the whole event costs just 5 to
>get in.
>
>This is no dry, dull conference! It will be an accessible festival of
>fun with performances, presentations and workshops. Topics will
>include music production, recording and do-it-yourself film making.
>There will be sessions covering community media, streaming content
>servers, tangible interfaces, digital TV regulation and Creative
>Commons licensing. Networking, internet access and media streaming
>will be provided by Bristol Wireless.
>
>Speakers at FAVE 2005 include:
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>James Wallbank - Art for all at Access Space
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>Tom Chance - Remix Reading and the Creative Commons
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>John Ffitch - An introduction to Csound
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>Michael Sparks (BBC Research & Development) - Streaming with Kamaelia
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>Richard Bown (Fervent Software) - The Rosegarden sequencer and Studio
>To Go!
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>Chris O'Shea - Sonicforms - a tangible interfaces project
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>Plugincinema.com - The internet, technology & Open Source film-making
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>RachelAPP - Recording music with Ardour, Hydrogen and Jamin
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>Cory Doctorow (Electronic Frontier Foundation) - Europe's coming
>Broadcast Flag
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>Performers using Linux and other free software will include:
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>Matt Gray
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>Dave Griffiths (Pattern Cascade)
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>RachelAPP
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>Martin Howse and Jonathan Kemp (ap)
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>Jonny Stutters (Jeremah)
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>Andy Preston (Edge Effect)
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>For full details of the line-up, see the FAVE website at:
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>http://www.fave.org.uk/
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>HELPING OUT
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>If you would like to take part in this event, the first of its kind in
>the UK, please see the website for details of the FAVE mailing list
>and IRC channel. This is a community event, and it relies on
>volunteers to make it a success.
>
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>GETTING TO FAVE
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>The Trinity Centre is in the centre of Bristol, not far from the
>mainline railway station at Temple Meads or Lawrence Hill station. It
>is a large former church near the corner of the A420 Clarence Road
>and Trinity Road.
>
>
>NOTES TO EDITORS
>
>For follow-up information, please contact Daniel James (daniel at
>linuxaudio.org) phone: +44 (0)1983 755976 or Tim Hall (tech at
>glastonburymusic.org.uk). Press interviews and images for publication
>are also available - just ask.



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