25 students and 21 fellows are currently testing jointly developed visions for the university of the future in Linz. The focus is on interdisciplinary and project-based work.
Interactive installations, film experiments, visual & sonic arts, applications for Deep Space 8K and performances: TIME OUT .12 opens on WED 11/22/2023 with young media art from Linz.
At the Kinderuni’s ANIMATE THE FACADE workshop, young people animated their message to the city for the Ars Electronica Center’s media façade.
Apply by Nov. 6, 2023, for ESA’s CanSat can satellite competition and get started on a fascinating space project this school year
The conferences held during the Ars Electronica Festival bring international personalities on stage to examine contemporary issues from a range of perspectives.
Introducing the IDSA x Ars Electronica FOUNDING LAB, a collaborative project that redefines the dynamics of a pioneering university in the age of digital transformation.
create your world shows, as every year, thoughts and ideas of children and young adults and offers the opportunity to experience, experiment and research.
In the anniversary year of the University of Arts Linz, the Campus Exhibition once again invites visitors to reflect and admire many international contributions and original, contemporary as well as inspiring works.
The Music Middle School Eggenburg wants to prepare its students for a technological future by using the latest technology.
The project “Verblassende Stimmen” encourages reflection on how to remember the voices of deceased people who were once close.
In an interview with artist Dorotea Dolinšek, we discover the secrets of the microbiome and how our symbiotic relationship with microorganisms affects our well-being.
In an era when the concept of friendship may need to be reinterpreted, the NEXTCOMIC Festival with “Meet me Meta” brings relationships to digital life.
Cyber tools against environmental crimes: For those who love the truth, we make digital investigation methods available at Citizen Science Days.
The WeSTEAM project demonstrates how artistic thinking and creative skills in the fields of mathematics, computer science, science and technology lead to new ways of thinking and promote a sustainable future.
Finding new ideas for sustainable mobility, with AI and Boston Dynamics’ robot: A unique event in Japan included experts and families alike.
50 years after “The Limits to Growth” Club of Rome with “Earth4All” warns about the consequences of social inequality for our planet: A Survival Guide for Humanity
As part of the Festival University 2022, the International Environmental and Climate Court was created – a place for information, storytelling and discussion.
BMW, Supersense and Ars Electronica Futurelab focused on the automobile in the midst of the climate and energy crisis.
Ars Electronica has set itself the goal of taking its social responsibility seriously. One expression of this is the create your world program.
With literally red-hot topics, young visions and a public simulative trial, Festival University wants to take a step towards the future again this year.
… or pink doves? The Ars Electronica Festival’s Kunstunicampus attempts to think the seemingly impossible, to vision the unthinkable. Above all, the aim is to enable images and metaphors that carry a creative power within them and inspire us to create our own picture of our world.
This year, for the first time, the Cyber Arts exhibition brings together the year’s best Prix Ars Electronica award-winning art projects in the KEPLER’S GARDENS on the campus of Johannes Kepler University Linz.
The create your world festival 2022 brings a colorful mix of projects and invites to research, experiment and discuss together.
With the project “The Black Blanket”, Linz based artist Mary Mayrhofer artistically processes her depression and received the Golden Nica in the category “u19 – create your world” for it.
The Austria-wide education award “Klasse! Lernen” honors pupils and teachers who integrate digital tools creatively and sustainably into the classroom. We took a closer look at the main prize and the two Awards of Distinction.
The bachelor’s program “Time-based and Interactive Media Arts” at the Linz University of the Arts lets young artists develop their own interactive program for Deep Space 8K.
The SoundLab at the Ars Electronica Center offered professional equipment for capturing and producing noise, sound and music.
To kick off the new year, the Ars Electronica Futurelab is giving very special futurologists a chance to have their say.