Prix Ars Electronica 2022
The Prix Ars Electronica is the world’s most time-honored media arts competition. Winners are awarded the coveted Golden Nica statuette, prize money ranging up to € 10,000 per category and an opportunity to showcase their talents at the famed Ars Electronica Festival in Linz.
Second Summit on New Media Art Archiving at ISEA2022
The need to preserve the history of the rapidly evolving field of new media arts has spurred the development of a wide variety of new media art archives throughout the world. Museums, cultural and educational institutions, as well as individuals with collections have developed, or are planning to create, physical and/or online archives in an effort to preserve important artifacts and document events and works.
The SIGGRAPH community has a unique story and skillset that diversifies, enhances, and transforms our industry. SIGGRAPH 2022 is committed to celebrating these perspectives by supporting diversity and inclusion and elevating all voices through our content and experiences.
ICCC’22 – International Conference on Computational Creativity
ICCC is an annual conference that welcomes papers on different aspects of CC, on systems that exhibit varying degrees of creative autonomy, on frameworks that offer greater clarity or computational felicity for thinking about machine (and human) creativity, on methodologies for building or evaluating CC systems, on approaches to teaching CC in schools and universities or to promoting societal uptake of CC as a field and as a technology, and so on.
Resonances IV SciArt Summer School – open call for expression of interest
Artists across creative disciplines, countries and at any stage of their career are invited to submit an application to participate in the Resonances IV Summer School. As a melting pot of perspectives and disciplines, the Summer School will be a fertile ground for fermenting ideas on the theme of "NaturArchy: Towards a Natural Contract".
DOORS – Digital Incubator for Museums
DOORS – Digital Incubator for Museums comes to support museums at a moment in which attitudes towards the digitalisation of the sector are changing. The accelerated pace of technological and digital developments and the pressure coming from the competition with on-demand content creates not only haunting insecurity but also a strong desire for change in the sector.
Creative robotics and robotics in art
The event will be oriented to creative robotics and robotics in art. The aim of the project is to produce comics, that were created through collaboration of a human and a robot. To arrive to this aim, the installation uses robots, AI and audience participation.
MediaFutures is a three year European innovation project (supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme) which aims at contributing to high-quality media activities. MediaFutures establishes a data-driven innovation hub to offer grant funding and support for startups and artists through three Open Calls.
Call for interest to participate in the Artificial Biology, Robotics, and Art (ABRA) Workshop Series
ABRA (Artificial Biology, Robotics, and Art) is an Erasmus+ consortium project for developing transdisciplinary education in arts, robotics, artificial biology, and sustainability. Through hands-on workshops and training, teachers and students tackle the skill-gaps within these disciplines while also addressing sustainability and climate goals. In this entanglement, new questions and new solutions are expected to be generated.
Collide residency award launches new call for entries
Today, Arts at CERN launches a new call for Collide, its flagship residency programme, in partnership with the City of Barcelona. Artists from all around the world are invited to submit their proposals for a research-led residency. The laureate, an individual artist or artistic collective, will be invited to spend three months dedicated to artistic research and exploration between CERN and Barcelona.
Beyond Surveillance Capitalism: Reclaiming Digital Sovereignty
DECODE is a multidisciplinary EU project that aims to emphasize the centrality of data sovereignty to a fully democratic digital society while bootstrapping a privacy-enhancing, decentralised and rights-preserving data ecosystem.
Rencontres Internationales Sciences & Cinémas (RISC)
Le festival propose une programmation de courts, moyens et longs métrages (documentaire, fiction, expérimental, art vidéo, animation…) issus d’une sélection internationale, et dont le thème et/ou la démarche témoignent d’une forte proximité (ou affinité) avec des champs de la recherche scientifique (incluant les sciences humaines et sociales).
Game Over-Future C(o)ulture
[ITA] L’Associazione VILLAM con Arshake. Reinventing Technology lancia una open call per giovani makers (under 35) nell’ambito di robotica, ricerca dati, droni, nano-scienza, riciclo. [ENG] VILLAM with Arshake. Reinventing Technology is launching an open call for young makers (under 35) in the fields of robotics, data research, AI, drones, nano-science recycling.
Transcultures – Pepinieres of Creation @ Festival Ibrida
Transcultures et les European Pepinieres of Creation presents for this 2021 edition of the Ibrida festival a selection of videos produced as part of their No Lockdown Art project that they initiated during the first global containment linked to Covid-19 (Spring 2020) aimed at support contemporary artistic projects likely to be disseminated online.
Within the Frame: Continuum of the Still Image
We are interested in a range of approaches including those from the past and those from the bleeding edge, using out of the box or homespun tools. Still images of any kind are welcome as our ultimate goal is to not only establish how digital methods are essential to image making, but also to highlight and perhaps remind us that the single image is still powerful and still important now, more than ever.
ADAF 2021 – tāctus
Through its multidisciplinary program Athens Digital Arts Festival offers a wide range of Exhibitions, Screenings, Live Performances, Workshops and International Tributes showcasing artworks that display distinctive characteristics of the digital medium and reflect on its language and aesthetics.
ISEA 2022 – Possibles
How to draw new Possibles to come, and not just confirming those that are there waiting to be confirmed, experienced and thought, as Possibles that can be brought to existence in our worldview? How to move from the impossible, the fable or the utopia to directly bite into our reality? The Possible is inscribed within the arts, design, sciences and technologies that surround us now and those yet to come.
Art and Critical Ecologies: Multiscalar Engagements
We believe this will be East Asia’s first conference on art and ecology. Our hope is that this conference will bring together researchers and practitioners working in the intersections of art, ecology, indigeneity, geopolitics, and STS (science and technology studies) to build a cross-regional network of sustainable collaboration.
EvoStar is organised by SPECIES, the Society for the Promotion of Evolutionary Computation in Europe and its Surroundings. This non-profit academic society is committed to promoting evolutionary algorithmic thinking, with inspiration of parallel algorithms derived from natural processes.
Folle di Scienza / Strambinaria 2021
Strambino 2 > 4 luglio 2021 Strambino riapre ai folli. Tutte le informazioni qui: https://www.follediscienza.it Tre giorni, due eventi, un appuntamento unico per riflettere sulla scienza e svelare i retroscena della comunicazione Folle di Scienza, tre giorni intensivi di formazione, discussione e lavoro per provare a immaginarsi il futuro prossimo della comunicazione della scienza. Strambinaria, conferenze, laboratori per bambini, spettacoli e molto altro! ...
Design Culture(s) is investigating not simply on the concept of culture as a monolithic expression of a specific knowledge that reflects on itself, but as the product of an investigation that is open to many different “Cultures” which are emerging and revolving around it in society, in the places and in history.
Climate Change Communication Award “Rebecca Ballestra”
Through the CMCC Climate Change Communication Award “Rebecca Ballestra”, the CMCC Foundation is awarding the best communication initiatives that spread awareness on climate change through education, advocacy, media production and social engagement activities.
Since 2014, Arts at CERN and the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia have been working together to foster experimentation through the arts in connection with fundamental research. For the next four years, this partnership will be taken to the next level as part of Pro Helvetia’s “Arts, Science and Technology” focus to support artistic exploration across different fields. Together, Arts at CERN and Pro Helvetia are launching “Connect”, a new collaboration framework that will serve as a plat...
Symmetry Festival – Sofia 2021 – Symmetry in Nature and Society
International Conference, , Exhibitions, Concerts, Public workshops Symmetry Festival 2021 July 9-12, 2021 Sofia, Bulgaria Symmetry in Nature and Society The World’s Largest Multidisciplinary Conference & Art Festival in Symmetry Studies Conference venue National Museum “Earth and Man” Blvd. Cherni Vrah 4; Sofia 1421, Bulgaria E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Phone: +359 28656639 Web This is final update on the scientific event. A hybrid type fe...
Digital Matters: Designing/Performing Agency for the Anthropocene
In scholarship the Anthropocene has been tied up with the experience of the unthinkable by thinkers including Timothy Morton, Donna Haraway, and Amitav Ghosh. Yet, the current COVID-19 pandemic—which as a crisis also exemplifies the human impact on and a reshaping of environments—challenges the pervasiveness of the key concepts of abstraction and unthinkability. Instead, the pandemic has turned the Anthropocene into a concrete, intensely lived, globally shared experience.
Online Education: Teaching in a Time of Change
Recent events across the world of academia have brought into full light the various agendas around online education and research. As universities, schools and colleges closed across the world in 2020, researchers, teachers and students scrambled to adapt to a whole host of new pedagogical tools, communicative techniques, learning methods and teaching styles almost overnight. Some survived, others thrived, while some struggled and ultimately went ‘out of business’.