Advent, Advent the last little light is burning! December 2021 with the highlights of Ars Electronica.
We took off, crisscrossed the universe, into the future and to Dubai to still make the best of 2021!
While the days are getting shorter and the leaves are getting more colorful in Austria, Ars Electronica will be hosting the Austria Pavilion at EXPO 2020 in the desert of Dubai.
September – for Ars Electronica, that means not only the end of summer and the return to the nation’s schools, but also, first and foremost, it marks the biggest event of the year in the program.
August is also all about the upcoming Ars Electronica Festival, with numerous announcements to heighten anticipation for the upcoming event.
In July, not only will ancient cultures be rediscovered, but preparations for the Ars Electronica Festival “A New Digital Deal” are already in full swing.
June visibly brings normality to life… at least it is possible to use museums, theaters and night gastronomy again. And so we think big right away and fly into space!
Although the month of May is still in the grip of the lockdown, sunshine, vaccines and the prospect of opening soon are visibly awakening the spirits of life. Ars Electronica delivers a wide-ranging program to the door.
It’s not just the weather that’s moody in April, but also the epidemic of infections. For Ars Electronica, that means a closed museum and home office, with a colorful virtual program at the same time.
With “Ars Electronica Home Delivery Services,” we’ve taken another step forward in expanding our range of online workshops. Here’s what else happened.
It is not only the ongoing pandemic that is forcing us to think about how we want to shape our lives – it is also the legacy of Hannes Leopoldseder that he left with us.
Of course, we didn’t imagine it like this, but who could? Trying out new things and learning from them – that was once again the motto of Ars Electronica at the beginning of 2021.