GloNet is a new model for group-to-group globally networked events, developed by FutureEverything in partnership with British Council, Distance Lab and Lancaster University. Co-produced by FutureEverything with Sendai Creative Cluster Consortium, FesLab and TRUNK in Sendai, Japan; amber in Istanbul, Turkey; Vivo arte.mov, Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) and Escola São Paulo in Sao Paulo, Brazil and W2 in Vancouver, Canada for the inaugural FutureEverything Festival 2010 in Manchester, UK. GloNet Front Room is supported by the University of Salford. The GloNet residency project is supported by Northwest Vision and Media. GloNet 2010 is sponsored by NorthernNet and funded by British Council.
Concept and Artistic Direction: Drew Hemment
Technical Development: Stefan Agamanolis
Producer: Michelle Hirschhorn
Content Programmer and Liaison: Michelle Kasprzak