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DISH 2015: the kick off!

DISH program committee has been very busy reading all proposals for papers, workshops, talks etc..  The first day of the conference was kicked off for a rich programme of plenary and parallel sessions on DISH website: be inspired, visit www.dish2015.nl/programme for more … Continue reading


Lifestyle and Time Use for a Forward-Looking Europe – GLAMURS workshop

An interesting workshop organized by the European GLAMURS project (Green Lifestyles, Alternative Models and Upscaling Regional Sustainability) will demonstrate the latest findings from GLAMURS, and seek feedback on policy recommendations for the last phase of the project. GLAMURS aims to … Continue reading


Presenting the Theatrical Past. Interplays of Artefacts, Discourses and Practices

The conference “Presenting the Theatrical Past. Interplays of Artefacts, Discourses and Practices” addresses questions concerning our relationship to theatre history. The theatre of the past is accessible to us via historical objects, theoretical discourses and archive materials. But we can also experience it through performance practices that keep traditions alive or engage in re-enactments of theatre events and representations. Continue reading


DISH conference upcoming! with 2015 theme: Money and Power

On December 7th and 8th 2015 the next edition of DISH, the conference about digital strategies for heritage, will take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The theme for DISH2015 is Money and Power. Continue reading


Europeana Network Association AGM 2015

“We are Europeana” The Europeana Network Association Annual General Meeting (AGM) is an annual key event for Europeana and its network. It provides the opportunity for Europeana and its partners for all to share, discuss and develop specific areas of … Continue reading


Hacking the [Dancing] Body

The Europeana Space project is organising an exciting event about the use and re-use of cultural digital content, in particular dance. An international jury will reward the three best teams with a trip to London for an intensive a Business Model Workshop, where the team with the strongest concept and business model after the Workshop will win a 3-month intensive incubation package to deliver their ideas on the real market. Continue reading


EGI Community Forum 2015. Registration open!

The event will be held in Bari, Italy, from 09 November 2015 08:00 to 13 November 2015 18:00 (Timezone: Europe/Rome). Theme for this year’s EGI Forum is “Building Next Generation e-Infrastructures through Communities”. Continue reading


African digital collages of past and present

Jepchumba of Africandigitalart.com presents us the digital collage, in Africa a growing form of art that utilises technology to produce a range of artworks, incorporating digital video, animation, photography, animated gif’s and digital photo manipulation. Through digital new stories of Africa emerge, setting an alternative – and often critical – narration against the image of Africa we think to know. Continue reading


About teamLab, Tokyo-based digital artist collaborative

teamLab, founded in 2001, is a collaborative creative group that brings together professionals from various fields of practice in the digital society: artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians, architects, web and print graphic designers and editors. Referring to themselves as “ultra-technologists” their aim is to achieve a balance between art, science, technology and creativity. teamLab ultratechnologists believe that digital technology can expand art and that digital art can create new relationships between people; they work for an interactive relationship between people and art and for children experiencing shared and co-creative spaces. Continue reading


Badilisha Poetry: African poetry goes mobile digital

Badilisha Poetry X-Change is both an online audio archive and Pan-African poetry show delivered in radio format. Now the largest online collective of African poets on the planet, Badilisha has showcased and archived over 350 Pan-African poets from 24 different countries. It reflects the myriad of rhythms and rhymes, voices, perspectives and aspirations from all corners of the globe. Continue reading