CAST in call for Brockley guests

Goldsmiths has decided it's a fine time to launch their new centre for Creative and Social Technologies and they'd like interested Brockley Central readers to come along to their party. Co-Director Chris Brauer writes:

I'd like to invite interested readers to the launch of CAST at Goldsmiths - in the evening on 26 April.

CAST is an interdisicplinary centre based in our Computing department but working with various departments around the college in teaching and research around innovation.

Our launch event is in Pecha Kucha format and features a number of academics who live locally include sociologist Les Back, computing scientist Mark d'Inverno and a rare talk from author Blake Morrison [also due to speak is friend of BC, Andrew Shoben of Greyworld, an arts company that grew up in Deptford].

We have a limited number of free tickets available but really wanted to engage some people in the local community. If you'd like to come, please register here.