Digital Horizon programme

Digital Horizon Masterclasses

Digital Horizon Masterclasses April 2024 to June 2024

University of Atypical for Arts and Disability has five Digital Horizon Masterclasses for our Spring-Summer 2024 programme.

Digital Horizon is a professional development programme supporting the disability arts sector to pursue new ambitions using digital technology.

The Masterclasses are peer-led by artists who are d/Deaf, disabled or neurodivergent. Masterclass Leaders are selected because of their exceptional skills in their particular artform area and for their personal experience as a disabled, d/Deaf or neurodivergent person.

To Book Your Place on a Masterclass

Email administration@universityofatypical.org or phone 028 9023 8450

Are you interested in being one of our next Digital Horizon Master- class leaders? Application forms are available by email request to

 administration@universityofatypical.org


Upcoming masterclass dates

Thursday 18th April 2024 – Ledger Studio BELFAST

AI and Disability Representation: A Creative Masterclass on Getting it Wrong with Catherine Bourne

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Thursday 9th May 2024 – Ledger Studio BELFAST

Digital Horizon Masterclass -Working Digitally as a Creative or Artistic Producer with Ruth Fabby

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Thursday, 30th May 2024 – Nerve Centre DERRY-LONDONDERRY

Digital Horizon Masterclass -Sound Design and Composing for Moving Image with Peter Fleming

Thursday 6th June 2024 – Ledger Studio BELFAST

Digital Horizon Masterclass: Integrating Captioning into Creative Work with Porcelain Delaney with Porcelain Delaney

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 Thursday 13th June 2024 – Ledger Studio BELFAST

Digital Horizon Masterclass: Build your own Online Platform with Simon Jay

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Digital Horizon Masterclass programme 

You can download a copy of the Digital Horizon programme for April to June2024 by using the button below. 

Or alternatively click the image to the right to view online 

The Digital Innovation Award offers a £3000
award to a promising or exceptional artist
who is d/Deaf, disabled or neurodiverse to
pursue their creative ideas inspired by digital
technology. The award is funded by the
Santander Foundation as part of the Digital
Horizon programme. Our Digital Innovation
Award 2023 winner was Stuart Robinson, a
musician, audio engineer, composer, sound designer and technician from Bangor. The Digital Innovation Award 2025 will open for applications in October/November 2024 and close in December 2024. It is an application-based process. 
To enquire, email administration@universityofatypical.org putting ‘Digital Innovation Award’ in the subject line. 
Digital Horizon Film

This is a short video showing some of the highlights of last years Digital Horizon Masterclasses. It features interviews with some of masterclass leaders as well as feedback from the participants. 

Captions are available. Please click the CC button to view. 



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