The 10th edition features over 50 digital arts and technology events with something for everyone.
For the first time ever, programme activity takes place across the Greater Brighton region and features a wide selection of both online and in-person events comprising showcases, installations, exhibitions, talks, seminars, workshops, music shows, and more set to take place.
Directed by Lighthouse, Brighton Digital Festival is a platform that supports and encourages people across the city to experience and explore digital technology in all its forms. The festival celebrates our city’s creativity, its innovative digital economy, and top-level arts scene, and provides space for meaningful critique of the role of digital technology in reshaping life and culture.About the Festival
BDF supports the community to produce an open programme of events on the nexus of digital arts, technology, and society alongside education programming. The BDF Manifesto was originally developed by Laurence Hill & Jenni Lloyd. We are fully invested in this vision and intend to carry its legacy through the next iterations of the festival. Find out more here:Read BDF Manifesto