Yes, certainly. We will also be holding the conference online via our IMPACT 12 Remo platform.
We are very excited about our carefully crafted online IMPACT conference site, which is beautifully illustrated by Bristol artist Simon Tozer. We aim to provide you with a brilliant IMPACT online experience, access to exhibitions and networking opportunities. We hope you enjoy exploring all the details and surprises on the Remo site. Look out for the conference cat!
Whilst we will take every effort to enable live feed access to the conference, which will include the opening event on Wednesday evening, Thursday morning position papers at the Council House, recorded workshops and online exhibitions, we cannot guarantee access to all activities.
Yes, we aim to make the conference as accessible as possible. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.
I am interested in...
I am interested in promoting my workshop/studio/co-operative how do I do this?
We invite all co-operatives and printmaking workshops to promote your studios on this Impact 12 website and during the conference.
We now have a dedicated webpage for studios, where you can explore other studios and find the link to submit your own information, to include: Name of studio
Website link and email address
2-3 images, for example, the outside or the inside of your workshop and an interesting feature 5-10 Keywords, for example, presses and equipment, interests, activities
The call is open now until 31st August 2022, and we aim to include everyone. Posting is free of charge and you do not need to attend the conference.
I am interested in taking part in the product fair, who shall I contact?
The product fair will be an important part of the conference and will be hosted at the new CFPR labs at Frenchay Campus. Please also look at the FAQ on costs and what you can expect for your fee. To discuss your requirements, please contact email@example.com with some options for a day(s) and time and we can arrange an online meeting.
I am interested in sponsoring the event, who can I talk to?
We welcome any sponsorship - large or small. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with some options for a day(s) and time that is good for you and we can arrange an online meeting.
I have an idea for an alternative event, activity or exhibition, what can I do?
We welcome any new ideas, unconventional and inspiring activities! Please contact us at email@example.com and we will get back to you.
How much is the delegate fee and what's included?
Registration rates Early bird rate: £210 until 30 April 2022 Standard rate: £250 1st May - 31 August 2022 Super late rate: £300 1st September - 16 September 2022 Standard rate for Associate member of the IMPACT conference: £230 - 31 August 2022 Standard student rate: £150 Student rate with volunteer role: £100 Online only rate (Remo virtual conferencing): £95.00
What's included? Printed delegate pack and maps (please note this is not included for online only registrations) Pass to the whole conference including lectures and exhibitions Teas, coffees and refreshments throughout the conference Friday lunch at Frenchay Campus Saturday lunchtime barbeque at Frenchay Campus Bus from Bristol city centre to Frenchay Campus on Friday and Saturday Access to recorded Remo talks after the conference
What's not included? Lunch on Thursday and evening meals End of Conference dinner (Chinese banquet) on Saturday evening First Bus Day Rider tickets Wednesday and Sunday trips
How much is the rate to show at the product fair and what will I get?
Standard rate £250
The product fair is scheduled to coincide with workshops and demos hosted at CFPR studios, Frenchay Campus
What's included? Approx 3m x 2m area at CFPR Frenchay campus. Advert in delegate pack and on the IMPACT 12 website Printed delegate pack and maps Parking permit at Frenchay campus Teas, coffees and refreshments throughout the conference 1 x ticket to the Saturday lunchtime barbeque at Frenchay Campus Access to recorded Remo talks after the conference
Set up dates: Set up during Thursday 22nd September, product fair will open Friday. A full-day Saturday 24th with barbeque lunch Takedown Saturday evening /Sunday Morning
If you have specific requirements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with some options for a day(s) and time that is good for you and we can arrange an online meeting.
I am a UWE student/alumnus and the fees are out of my reach, but I would like to take part, what can I do?
We are offering a discounted rate of £100 to students and alumni who are able to assist with the conference preparations and/or offer support during the conference. Please contact email@example.com stating Volunteering in the email subject and we will get back to you.
What are the key dates for the submission of open calls for panels and exhibitions?
The open call for panels and exhibitions will follow a two-round process
Round 1 - for submissions to curate open call panels and exhibitions: Friday 7 January 2022. Selected panels and exhibitions chairs will be informed by Friday 4 February 2022, and will have until 14 March to make their full selection.
Round 2 - Artists who are interested in applying to panels and exhibitions open call will be asked to reply to panels and exhibitions chairs by Friday 4 March 2022.
What are the key dates for the submission of reflective practice panels and technical demonstrations?
The deadline date for submission of your application is Monday 7 February 2022. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and clearly state Reflective Practice Panels or Technical Demonstrations in the email subject when applying.
What are the key dates for the submission of academic position papers and reflective practice papers?
The deadline is Monday 7 February 2022. Please note the online system for the academic position papers and reflective practice papers is not yet open.
I need a letter of invitation to obtain permission to travel from my university or for a travel visa, how do I obtain one?
We do not send generic letters, but are happy to provide a letter of support specific to your needs. Please contact email@example.com.
Is anything happening on the morning of the 21st September and the day of the 25th September?
On the morning of Wednesday 21st September, we are planning two separate industrial trips to St Cuthberts Paper Mill in Wells Somerset and Cranfield Colours in Cwmbran. You will be back in time for registration on the Wednesday afternoon.
All platforms (except Lecture Theatre 2) are open from Wednesday 21 September 9 AM BST to Saturday 24 September 6M BST. Platforms are accessible day and night from opening to closing to allow participants from abroad to access the content. Lecture Theatre 2 is only open to broadcast Parallel session on Friday 23 from 9 AM BST to Saturday 24 September 6 PM BST. Once parallel sessions have been broadcast you can access recorded presentations of these sessions also.
Where do I access recorded presentations?
Lecture Theatre 1 has a ‘door’ to click through to a playlist of recorded sessions on YouTube. Please note not all participants have submitted their recorded presentations. If you would like to see a presentation by a specific speaker, and it is not accessible, feel free to contact the speaker directly for a copy of their presentation.
When will live broadcasting start?
Please access the agenda in the Remo Map landing platform. Each platform will also have more information on what can be accessed there.
How can I ask questions to speakers?
During live broadcasting you can ask questions in the Q&A section of Remo. Outside of live broadcasting we advise you to email questions to speakers directly.
What recorded content is available to me?
In the lecture theatre you will be able to access pre-recorded presentations by speakers attending the conference, content will be uploaded at the end of each day, presentations are not available before they have been presented. Please note not all participants have submitted their recorded presentations. If you would like to see a presentation by a specific speaker, and it is not accessible, feel free to contact the speaker directly for a copy of their presentation. In the Exhibition Gallery you will be able to access a large selection of content created as part of the Summer of Print and Books. In addition you will also be able to see all the virtual exhibitions that were submitted to the conference in 2 gallery rooms.
Will Close Captions or Subtitles be available?
Yes, there is a functionality within Remo that will allow you to turn on Closed Captions (see https://help.remo.co/en/support/solutions/articles/63000270528) However, at the moment the software only accommodates English –no other languages are currently available. Full papers will be published after the conference, so participants can re-visit subjects or contact authors should they have any questions.
Will content remain available after the conference?
The Remo platforms will be open for the full duration of the conference (day and night), opening on Wednesday at 9:00 AM GMT and closing on Saturday 6:00 pm GMT. Some content, like the video’s created for the ‘Summer of Print and Books’ will be available after the conference, but conference specific content (like recorded presentations of speakers) will not be available after the conference ends. The online publication will be available after the conference, and the IMPACT12 website will remain live for the foreseeable future.
Do online participants also have access to demonstrations and workshops?
Workshops and demonstrations are limited to a selection of in person participants only. In addition to the live presentations that are broadcast in up to 2 parallel virtual rooms, the product fair page and the virtual exhibitions, there are ‘picnic talks’ and ‘exhibition walks’ scheduled.
Do I have to share my video and audio when accessing the platform?
No, you are welcome to leave your camera and video off whilst roaming the platforms. However, if you would like to speak to other participants you can simply turn them on and those at your ‘table’ will be able to see and hear you. We have designated the ‘Printmaker’s Garden’ as the social space for the duration of the conference. Please use this space during breaks and before and after presentations to socialise with other online participants.
Will there be translations of subtitles in other languages (Catalan, Spanish, ...)?
No, there is a functionality within Remo that will allow you to turn on Closed Captions (see https://help.remo.co/en/support/solutions/articles/63000270528) but at the moment the software only accommodates English – no other languages are currently available. Full papers will be published after the conference, so participants can re-visit subjects or contact authors should they have any questions.
When will you have access to the conferences and Remo activities: it's Only at the time of realization? Or for a few days? Or will it be for a long term? Or unlimited time access?
The Remo platforms will be open for the full duration of the conference (day and night), opening on Wednesday at 8:30 AM GMT and closing on Saturday 6:00 pm GMT. Some content, like the video’s created for the ‘Summer of Print and Books’ will be available after the conference, but conference specific content (like recorded presentations of speakers) will not be available after the conference ends. There will be a publication with all full papers available after the conference, and the IMPACT12 website will remain live for the foreseeable future.
Does it also include access to some demonstrations and workshops? Which of them?
Workshops and demonstrations are limited to a selection of in person participants only. In addition to the live presentations that are broadcast in up to 2 parallel virtual rooms, the product fair page and the virtual exhibitions, there are ‘picnic talks’ and ‘exhibition walks’ scheduled, more information about these sessions will be available to participants through the IMPACT12 Online Guidance document.