Action Aid and the National Union of Students have launched a digital video competition asking budding artists, student animators and digital artists to produce artwork using the slogan ‘Bollocks To Poverty’. The winning entries will be shown at the Reading Festival 2005 and the best entry will also receive an iPod. The closing date for entries is 16 May. To find out how to take part, visit the website – www.actionaidspace.org.
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The Design Museum’s annual Beazley DOTY awards and exhibition has announced its overall winner – an investigative digital project shedding light on injustice and war crimes – plus its six
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