Topic: audio video & music

deviantART [dee•vee•un’nt•ART]

deviantART is a platform that allows emerging and established artists to exhibit, promote, and share their works within a peer community dedicated to the arts. The site’s vibrant social network environment receives about 140,000 daily uploads of original art works of any genre, from all over the world. Continue reading


European Collected Library of Artistic Performance

ECLAP fills the gap between digital libraries of performing arts and the high demand for access to this content by creating a considerable, and yet missing, online archive for all the performing arts in Europe, and providing solutions and tools to help performing arts institutions to enter Europeana. Continue reading


“How I learned to stop listening and love the noise”

“How I learned to stop listening and love the noise”: Christopher Baker’s artwork ‘Hello World’ is a compilation of 5000 home-made videos from all over the world, to celebrate digital communities and the possibility for anyone to share opinions and thoughts. From our UK correspondent Lucia Ruggiero. Continue reading


Digital horizons for archaeology and research

Indiana Jones is required to learn informatics or he can retire. Technological innovations are so advanced and so many that archaeologists and historians enjoy a brand new range of tools for the research of territories and relieves, and also for sharing their results with new and appealing formats. Continue reading


Online speaking dictionaries for preservation

Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages and National Geographic Society cooperate into this project “Enduring Voices” which strives to preserve endangered languages by documenting the languages and cultures with the most unique, poorly understood, or threatened indigenous languages. Continue reading


More than interactivity, it’s Public Art

Everyone can make digital art, and can have it displayed on bus shelters around London: it is a wonderful opportunity that project Bus-Tops, in cooperation with TFL company (Transport for London), offers to the public. Beside the submitters’ pieces, the project includes artworks from renowned artists. Continue reading


Sign after the X

Sign after the X is a net.art project from 3 Canadian artists: Marina Roy (content), David Clark (animation) and Graham Meisner (music). It is an interactive website revolving around the letter X and its meanings, and it is the digital extension of Marina Roy’s book: “Sign after the X______”.
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Watermans International Festival of Digital Art

To celebrate the London 2012 Olympics, as part of the Watermans International Festival of Digital Art in London there will be a series of six installations from artists located all over the world. The festival will focus on how digital art can … Continue reading


Ispiring creativity is our mission

T.M. In few words how could you define Banff Center? M.E.H. Located in Banff National Park, a world heritage site in the heart of Canada’s spectacular Rocky Mountains, The Banff Centre is Canada’s only post secondary learning institution dedicated to … Continue reading