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NEoN Digital Arts Festival is over for another year. Thank you to all involved, we have big plans for next year, Cick here to keep abreast of all the news!

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*HMC is part of a flexible learning environment and from time to time it is required to conduct other University business. Please check our web site for up to date information before traveling.

Please note the gallery will be closed on the following dates:

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Coded After Lovelace

3 November 2014 - 6 March 2015

Bureau of Inverse Technology (B.I.T) / Carla Gannis / Claudia Hart / Cornelia Sollfrank / Erica Scourti / Lillian F. Scwartz / Lorna Mills / Ola Lialina / Rosa Menkman

Coded After Lovelace offers a survey of art that critically reflects on the creative use of technology, its development and limitations. From the room - sized computers of the Bell Labs era to the tablet - based work of today, this exhibition explores the divergent interests and approaches that have driven artistic experimentation with technology.

Further details here

 

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Movie Club

Every second Monday, 6pm coffee, 6.30pm screening more...

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On Site Projects

Having supported Jonathan Baxter in his development of D-AiR (Dundee Artists in Residence), and following a very successful three year programme, HMC are delighted to renew their support for On Site Projects (OSP). more...

Yuck 'n Yum

University of Abertay HMC is supporting and collaborating over a two-year period with Dundee-based Yuck 'n Yum. This distribution conduit for emerging artists promote local, national and international artists through a quarterly art ‘zine, as well as organising events in and around Dundee, more…