This is a free workshop held by the Electronics Visual Arts Conference & the Computer Arts Society on How to Write a Successful Conference Paper Proposal. The Workshop is open to all FLUX members, MA & PG Students and all other unaffiliated artists who might like to present and publish their work at a conference, but do not feel confident in their skills to articulate their ideas into a focused short proposal, that is likely to appeal to our International Peer Reviewers.
Workshop Leaders, Nick Lambert (Chairman CAS) & Graham Diprose (Co-chair EVA)
- What a Proposal is trying to achieve
- Choosing Full Conference, Demos, Research Workshop
- Structuring your message
- Headings, writing styles, references
- What is the right length
- How to impress a Peer Reviewer
Graham & Nick will then follow up online with all workshop participants to help them to make the very best of their individual proposal.
Free ticket registration here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-write-a-successful-conference-proposal-workshop-tickets-53949688972
A huge thank you to Ugly Duck for their support for this event. You can find out more information about their program here: http://uglyduck.org.uk/uglyduck.org.uk/