Each event will have a maximum of 5 speakers, talking for 10 minutes followed by Q&A discussion. Times will be enforced to keep presentations tight and focused.

You should talk about one project, whether it be in progress, a series of experiments within one piece or a completed work.

We want to know how a project has evolved – the process. You should tell us the story, not just the result. You must start with how the project began, perhaps with the first documented output. End with where you are now with the project, the middle is up to you. A good presentation is one that provokes a reaction from the audience – resulting in a full Q&A session.

We also like failed projects, a polished end result is not as important as the process. What did you learn from the project that you didn’t know before?