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Commemoration of the 20 years of the Masters in Multimedia

This year the Masters in Multimedia celebrates 20 years of existence, and to celebrate this multidisciplinary course at the University of Porto, Multimedia community in its various specializations – Technologies, Culture and Arts, Interactive Music and Sound Design and Education, will bring together at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto on days 2 to 5 November. It will be a time of celebration, reflection and opportunity for new ways!

For the community of the University of Porto, alumni of the Master, individuals invited and the general public with an interest in issues addressed, this event aims to bring together current and former students, teachers and researchers, companies and entities linked to the area in a series of activities, especially invited lectures, workshops, a Jobshop, Game Jam, and others who wish to celebrate this long journey in an increasingly important area.

Participation is free, but limited places, so it is necessary registration in the following links:

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