Created on 2011/9/17
The Tokyo Game Show established a midterm vision to become “The No. 1 Information Network in the Asian Region.” The vision was able to be realized by maintaining roughly the same numbers as last year for the number of exhibitors, number of exhibiting titles, number of exhibiting countries/regions Countries and regions exhibiting at the Tokyo Game Show 2011.
Created on 2011/9/17
ISEA International is an international nonprofit organization (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts)fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and technology.
Created on 2011/12/14
Future Places is a meeting of people with one question in mind: if digital media can do so much for global communication, knowledge and creativity, how can it contribute to local cultural development? It consist in four days of exhibitions and events addressing the potential and the impact of digital media on local cultures.
Created on 2011/11/29
Based in Mexico since 2008 in a independent way, the festival Circuito Electrovisiones, aims to boost multimedia experimentation and Media Art, creativity and propose a reflection about the use of technologies and digital media with a social good.
Created on 2011/11/28
ï»¿ï»¿Cheeky, thought-provoking and sometimes raunchy sprees of eccentricity, Hazard is Manchester’s micro-festival of incidental intervention and sited performance, packed full of chance encounters, random occurrences and risky ventures around and about the city centre.
Created on 2011/10/12
Nova Contemporary Culture Introduce a new kind of creative event, open to public, which takes over Museums and cultural institutions, and presents live collaborated work in progress processes by selected artists from around the world, featuring live art, music & audiovisuals; performances, video screenings, round tables, workshops and many unpredictable social consequences. Only for the happy, the gifted, the curious and the open minded.
Created on 2011/9/9
The festival engages in reflective, aesthetic and speculative positions in between art, technology and culture. Every year, numerous cooperation projects articulate the relationship between technology and culture in non-linear, dynamic ways.