Yearly festival of digital culture including visualists, musicians, designers, programmers, researchers, enthusiasts, held in Helsinki.
A festival incorporating exhibitions and performances by artists who use computer technology as an integral part of their work: contains articles and interviews about artists; gallery; kids can submit digital self-portraits.
New media arts festival in Vienna and Tokyo.
Features writings about design and culture.
The first of the international conference series, held in Bergen 26-28 November 1998. Conference information and full text of papers.
Held in Bergen in August 2000. Presentation abstracts and brief descriptions of performances.
Digital Arts and Culture Conference Overview. Rhode Island, Providence (USA). April 27-29, 2001.
Features Australian and International single channel, short experimental digital cinema and video art works, web and sound art.
Art in The Realm of Machines. Conference and exhibition about computerbased art held in Malmö (Sweden) in October 2000.
Brazilian electronic art festival.
International program exploring digital art and culture including film, design, music and interactive media.
Archives of the Media Forum, an event held in the framework of XXIII Moscow International Film Festival. Descriptions of artwork shown and links to participants' websites.
Festival in Hong Kong that promotes cultural exchange and appreciation of new media art.
Features abstract and non-narrative electronic motion imaging in relationship to music and sound.
A digital creativity initiative, exploring new forms and hybrids of moving image. Includes an annual festival, commissioning and production of cutting edge digital video and new media.
Electronic music, video, robot art, software art, web art, electronic installations and performances.
Conference in computer graphics and interactive techniques.
A multidisciplinary event where artists and scientists come together to discuss, demonstrate and exhibit their work.
Annual festival concerning the role of digital technologies in contemporary society.
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