DAS promotes the convergence of art and technology and provides invaluable access to the resources essential to the production of and engagement with digital arts. It provides access to digital imaging and audio equipment and software and delivers training in their use. It runs a full programme of national and international artists residencies, public talks, exhibitions and screenings as well as facilitating outreach activities
DAS is located in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter, in close proximity to the University of Ulster’s Belfast Campus, The MAC and the Oh Yeah Centre. DAS was established in 2003 and relocated to Hill Street in 2012 where we continue to facilitate artists in the production of innovative new digital art work. DAS is principally funded by The National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. We work in partnership with Visual Artists Ireland to provide artists across the Island of Ireland with access to equipment and facilities. The Digital Arts Studios (DAS) is a company limited by guarantee, registered number N1068690. DAS is accepted as having Charitable Status by the Inland Revenue under reference XT11395.
DAS is run by artist practitioners who have over 40 years experience of working in the arts between them. They have collective experience in curating exhibitions, critical writing, filmmaking and teaching
Angela is a graduate of the MFA at Belfast and completed a practice-based PhD in 2011, entitled Video Narratives and the Construction of the Female Subject. Angela is an associate academician of the Royal Ulster Academy. http://www.angelahalliday.com
Catherine studied photography at Edinburgh College of Art and completed a PhD in the medium in 2011 from Ulster University. Catherine works in photography and installation. Catherine is a former director of Platform Arts in Belfast and sits on the committee of Source magazine.
Iain Davidson, Colin Graham (Chair), Deborah Huey, Moira McIver, Adam Wallace, Laura Kirk.
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