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- News / Hungry EcoCities: Artist Residencies to Explore AI-enabled Technologies in Agri-food (Netherlands, Germany, Italy)Hungry EcoCities is looking for artists who can combine technology and art to explore digital questions and investigate them within 3 selected directions for the future of food: Mega Scale, Local Conditions, and City+Farming Synergies. Residencies last 9 months and take place with partner organisations in Netherlands, Germany or Italy.
- News / S+T+ARTS: Open Call for ‘Repairing the Present’This call invites international artists to help come up with solutions to 21 local challenges defined by 12 Regional S+T+ARTS Centres. 21 artists will be awarded fellowships that encourage them to critique the present and reimagine sustainable futures. Fellowships run February 2022 - August 2022 with exhibiting dissemination activities following from September 2022 - December 2022.Closed
- News / Open Call for the S+T+ARTS AI & Music Festival (Spain)The S+T+ARTS AI and Music Festival 2021 has launched an international call for projects dedicated to AI and music led by Sónar and UPC (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya). Aimed at musicians, researchers and AI specialists, the festival is searching for performances, tools and software, and research and co-creation projects that explore the intersections between music of all genres and Artificial Intelligence. The selected projects will be showcased at the S+T+ARTS AI & Music Festival which will take place in Barcelona 27 & 28 October 2021.Closed
- News / Nesta Italia / STARTS > ‘City of the Future’ Open Call for Artists (Italy)STARTS (Science + Technology + Arts) is a European Commission initiative launched in 2015 to foster collaborations between artists, scientists, engineers and researchers to develop more creative, inclusive and sustainable technologies.Closed
- News / European Commission STARTS Prize for Technology and Artistic PracticeThe STARTS Prize awards the most pioneering collaborations and projects in the field of creativity and innovation at the crossing points of science/technology and the arts. There are two prizes, one for Artistic Exploration and one for Innovative Collaboration, open to work in all genres and disciplines, and open to applications from throughout the world. Winning projects will be presented at the Ars Electronica Festival in September 2020 in Linz, Austria. Deadline: 2 March 2020.Closed