About Digital Cities Bristol: 26 to 30 November 2018

Digital Cities Bristol returns this November with exciting and innovative free training, networking and events aimed at developing the skills of current and future content makers throughout the creative industries.

If you work in the creative industries or are looking to join us, this is your opportunity to get clued-up on the latest digital skills and hands-on with new technology.

Get creative and meet the city’s most exciting digital pioneers and employers via an ambitious range of masterclasses and workshops. These are delivered by the BBC Academy, Bristol Media, Knowle West Media Centre, University of Bristol, University of the West of England, RTS West of England, ScreenSkills, Business West, Bristol City Council, Google Digital Garage and many more.

Throughout the week you can:

  • brush-up on digital production and short-form storytelling skills

  • interact with the latest in virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and 360 film

  • attend exclusive workshops on live coding, gaming and artificial intelligence (AI)

  • get the inside track from the region’s leading production teams

  • get to know some of the city’s thriving creative businesses

  • learn top tips on how to market your business or professional skills in the digital space.

In addition, BBC Young Reporter (the new name for BBC School Reportwill offer school students and teachers the chance to boost their digital knowledge through tailored workshops and mentoring.

The week is a fantastic opportunity to bring together everyone working in digitally creative industries throughout Bristol and south-west England. It will promote cross-sector collaboration and allow people to forge new partnerships and skills.

The full programme will be announced shortly. Follow us on Twitter for the latest news: @BBCAcademy and #digicities.

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