Rendering the Past with AND Festival


Abandon Normal Devices is a roving biennial of new cinema, digital culture and art, which will be based in the heart of the Peak District between the 21-24 September 2017. Across four days, the festival will see a host of site-specific installations, world premieres and performances take-over the village of Castleton. From satellites to neutrino

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Ei Wada and Usaginingen win World of OMOSIROI Award


We are delighted to hear that two of NEoN 2015’s artists, Ei Wada and Usaginingen, have scooped up the third World OMOSIROI Award. Bestowed to artists each year, the international award spreads the concept of ‘OMOSIROI’, a core value of Japan’s Knowledge Capital. The accolade showcases people from around the world whose pioneering activities epitomise

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7 Years of NEoN


As we’re letting our creative juices flourish behind the scenes to plan NEoN 2017 and beyond, we’re reflecting back on NEoN’s evolution. Having successfully executed 7 thought-provoking festivals and delivered an exciting series of pop up events, we felt it’d be brilliant to round up 7 installations, exhibitions and celebrations we’re proud to have under

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NEoN commission wins New Media Writing Prize


NEoN Digital Arts Festival took over the streets of Dundee throughout November last year and transformed the city’s industrial West Ward Works into an exhibition hub full of digital art from across the globe. As part of the festival, NEoN commissioned J.R. Carpenter, the Canadian-born UK based lecturer and writer to produce a project which

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Thanks to our volunteers!


The success of NEoN festivals come down to 2 things. Firstly – the thought-provoking installations which highlight digital art from across the globe, secondly – the amazing assistance and dedication that volunteers put into the festival. We could not have the success that we do without their help. Each year, NEoN take on a number

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Eyes down and tap back in time to 1936 with Atmosphere


Members of the public are invited to step inside the city’s former “Cathedral of Motion Pictures” Green’s Playhouse to watch Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s ‘Broadway Melody of 1936’ as the silver screen returns to the site for one night only at 8:30pm on Tuesday 3rd January 2017 for a special free event. The screening is a collaboration between

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