Watch as Ashley Whamond writes the CreateWorld Exhibition Essay, live streamed during the conference!
We’re thrilled to announce that Massimo Banzi – co-founder of the Arduino Project – will be a keynote speaker at CreateWorld in late November!
CreateWorld is back for its 12th year, from November 28-30, 2018, at Griffith University, South Bank, Brisbane.
CreateWorld is our 3 day performance, presentation, and professional development event, specifically for academics, teachers and technical staff who work and teach at the intersection of creativity and technology. The conference features a range of presenters from education and industry, and includes several keynotes, panels, hands-on technical workshops, and regular presentation sessions.
Ticket sales close 9pm AEST, Tuesday November 20, 2018.
We’ve just announced a short additional round in the CFP for CreateWorld. If you missed round 1, there’s still time to submit a presentation, performance, or paper, but you’ll need to act fast. Round 2 closes September 28.
CreateWorld is our 3 day performance, presentation, and professional development event, specifically for academics, teachers and technical and staff who use Apple platforms in the digital arts disciplines.
CreateWorld 2018 will take place at the Queensland College of Art at Griffith University, South Bank, Brisbane from November 28th to 30th.
The conference features a wide range of academic and technical presenters from education and industry, and includes several keynotes, panel sessions, hypotheticals, hands-on technical workshops, and regular presentation sessions.
The organising committee has issued a call for participation and are seeking posters, papers, performances, exhibitions, workshops and presentation sessions. This year’s theme is Creativity in Progress, and asks the question “Is Creativity evidenced more in process than outcome?”
CreateWorld, our 3 day performance, presentation, and professional development event, specifically for academic, teachers, and technical staff who use Apple technology in the education and digital arts disciplines will return to Griffith University’s Brisbane South Bank campus from 28-30 November, 2018. Check back soon for more announcements, including the opening of the call for participation.
We’re excited to confirm that /dev/world is back for its eleventh year, at RMIT Melbourne from August 26-28, 2018! /dev/world is our community event for anyone developing for Apple platforms. Check out the archives of earlier events or learn about this year’s event and consider submitting a presentation as part of the CFP on the main /dev/world site!
At this year’s X World, speaker Tania Dastres will be running a ‘Women of X World’ breakfast, as a chance for women attendees to get to know each other outside of the bustle of the conference crowd. If you would like to attend, and identify as a woman, please fill out this form by June 15th, and Tania will get back to you with further details.
We’re thrilled to announce that our second international guest at this year’s X world will be Arek Dreyer. Arek has been delivering courses and training in the Apple environment since 2001. He’s a consultant, author, course developer, trainer, and integrator. Arek provides coaching and mentoring for people that use iOS devices and Mac computers in complicated environments, and is the coauthor of many books and courses, including macOS Support Essentials 10.13, and Managing Apple Devices.
Arek is a long-time supporter of the X World community, and while we’ve lost count of the exact number of times he’s travelled to be with is, we’re sure that this is at least his fourth appearance, and we couldn’t be happier to have him back!
If you’re a currently enrolled student at an Australian or New Zealand University, and you’ve won an Apple Student Scholarship to attend WWDC 2018 (results announced Friday, April 20, 2018), we might be able to help out with your expenses. We’ve allocated 3 student support scholarships of $1500 each ($2000 for existing student members) to assist with airfares. Conditions apply, and applications close May 4 at 5pm (Sydney time).