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Brief Published: 2 Mar 2011

Digital Festival


London’s Victoria and Albert Museum will hold a Digital Festival for 16 to 24-year-olds this weekend.

The one-day festival will feature a varied programme of talks, practical workshops and film screenings from digital industry experts.

Subjects range from coding and hacking to a drop-in session with designers Neil Mendoza and Anthony Goh, who create birds constructed from discarded mobile phones that can receive text messages to make them sing.

Hands-on workshops include toy hacking, where young people can experiment with modifying toys to subvert their functions.

Read more about hacking culture in Gaming Adaptations.

The festival will take place on March 5 2011.

London’s Victoria and Albert Museum