Creative Workforce for the Future will develop industry employment practices embracing inclusion and diversity as an asset, and nurture young talent from under-represented groups to gain the experience required to sustain a creative career. A key aspect of the programme is supporting creative SMEs to develop a more inclusive workforce and practices in the region by undertaking an intensive programme of inclusive professional development.
I’m interested in the overlapping and intersecting areas between physical movement and emerging digital technologies like VR and AR. The scope of liveness and illusion that create a sense of being transported from our physical location to somewhere different through the digital world, or of separate environments and bodies being brought into our physical space through the digital.
Roseanna Dias is a Fellow for Digital Placemaking. Her interest is in the role of digital in collective, cultural networking. In her blog, she reflects on what it means to be thinking about inclusion as part of this programme.