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Cross Curriculum iPad Filmmaking

Plug In Creatives artist Maddie Exton recently completed her workshops as part of the scheme, where she delivered five workshops on film making to year 6 students in Harwich. We had a chat with Maddie about facilitating these workshops, how they went, and in what ways they informed her own artistic practice. Read More

Neurodiversity and Digital Art

Plug In Creatives artist Brad Rumble, has just completed his workshops as part of the scheme. Titled Introduction to 3D Modelling, the two workshops were designed for autistic young people age 9-18 and saw them designing their own alien and respective spaceship in 3D modelling software, Blender. We had a chat to him about how he’s found the process and what he’s learnt along the way. Read More

Plug In Creatives

Signals is excited to announce the launch of Plug In Creatives, an exciting opportunity for four creatives who work with technology to learn practical skills in planning and delivering community engagement workshops. Read More

Plug In: Digital Arts Festival – 2018 Summary

Throughout March 2018 we held Plug In: Digital Arts Festival, a series of events celebrating digital creativity from across the East Anglian region. Showcasing ways in which we can collaborate with digital art for social, learning and cultural outcomes. Read More


A FREE day of workshops, video games and live electronic music. Expect musical robots, live animation and even Roman Colchester in VR! Read More

Artist Development Announcement

Signals identified clear opportunity for artists to use these skills to work with cultural and education partners to embed technology within their programme and/or curriculum to create fun and engaging ways of raising attainment in a variety of topics. Read More

Plug In: SYMPOSIUM – Friday 9th March

As part of Plug In: Digitals Arts Festival, this one day symposium will include talks from leading digital artists and educators, plus hands on demonstrations of exciting new technologies. Suitable for artists, educators, curators or those involved in cultural sector learning. Read More