The Department of Ultimology has launched its 2017 Programme of Activities.
Led by CONNECT’s Curator in Residence, Kate Strain, and CONNECT researcher, Kate Hallinan, the Department studies that which is dead or dying in a series or process.
At the heart of this year’s programme will be a series of monthly clinics which will focus on a topic related to CONNECT research.
Clinic dates and themes:
Monday, 24 April, 10am-1pm, Open interfaces
Monday, 15 May, 10am-1pm, Testbed
Monday, 12 June, 10am-1pm, Extreme Sharing
Monday, 10 July, 10am-1pm, Open protocols
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