Press Releases: Ars Electronica Festival
Festival for Art, Technology and Society. The Ars Electronica Festival takes place in Linz every September and brings together artists, creatives, representatives of science, research, technology and business from all over the world to present their work and their visions of the future. Since 1979, it has provided a stage for eclectic, fascinating and surprising creative works and a unique environment for intensive discussions and inspiring encounters.Ars Electronica Festival
“Festival University – Ideas for a University of the Future”
(Linz, 17.9.2021) What should learning and teaching look like at a “university of the future”? This question is being intensively discussed in connection with the founding of a new technical university in Upper Austria.
750 artists from 34 countries take part in dual Ars Electronica
(Linz, 13.9.2021) The Ars Electronica Festival met with a great deal of interest from visitors on site in Linz. The festival was not only held in Linz, but also in 86 festival gardens around the world and online.
Ars Electronica Futurelab – The first 25 years and beyond
(Linz, 9.9.2021) To mark the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Ars Electronica Futurelab, the Ars Electronica Festival will feature a very particular multimedia program and a whole series of innovative highlights of the Futurelab
Digital && Life - the major theme exhibition of Ars Electronica 2021
(Linz, 8.9.2021) At the center of Ars Electronica 2021, the Theme Exhibition "Digital && Life" will feature projects that emerged from a call by the Linz Institute of Technology or from the multi-year EU programs "STARTS," "EMAP" and "European ARTificial Intelligence Lab."
CyberArts Exhibition 2021
(Linz, 7.9.2021) Since 1998, the OK in the OÖ Kulturquartier, now a location of the OÖ Landes-Kultur GmbH, has presented the CyberArts exhibition as a showcase of award-winning works from the Prix Ars Electronica.
„LOOPS OF WISDOM”: University of Art and Design Linz at the Ars Electronica 2021
(Linz, 7.9.2021) For five days, from 8 to 12 September 2021, the University of Art and Design Linz will once again present inspiring ideas from young media artists at this year's Ars Electronica.
There Is No Planet B: Global Warming and Human Responsibility
(Linz, 6.9.2021) In the exhibition “There Is No Planet B,” the Climate and Energy Fund and the Ars Electronica Center show what the coming energy transition looks like and that there are also viable concepts available.
Ars Electronica 2021 is a dual festival
(Linz, 3.9.2021) The Ars Electronica 2021 is a festival that will take place not only in Linz (Austria) and 86 other Ars Electronica Gardens around the globe, but also online.
Ars Electronica Festival 2021
(Linz, 30.8.2021) From 8 to 12 September, the Ars Electronica Festival 2021 will take place in Linz and in 86 Ars Electronica Gardens around the world and on the Internet.
Inside Festival Episodes 10 & 11
(Linz, 24.8.2021) This week, two editions of "Inside Festival" highlight the topics "Data / Storage of our data" and "Community".
A digital kaleidoscope of the future
(Linz, 19.8.2021) This year, on the occasion of its 25th anniversary, the Ars Electronica Futurelab has prepared a broad multimedia offering with a series of videos, a new new website and a hybrid streaming and production toolset.
Inside Festival and The Art of Swarms
(Linz, 17.8.2021) Two editions of Inside Festival this week are dedicated to Ars Electronica Gardens in Utrecht, Amsterdam, Lugano, Esch-sur-Alzette, Araucanía and Quebec. Inside Futurelab presents luminous swarms of drones and ground robots.
Digital Humanism, Sound Experiments, and Inspirations from the Prix Ars Electronica
(Linz, 9.8.2021) From digital humanism to the Inside Festival sessions "Sound Experiments" and "Robotinity" to "History and Stories - Episode 6 / Toothache and Wine Mortar" around St. Stephen's Cathedral and finally to Prix Inspirations.
An Inside View of the Festival, the Futurelab and a Special Story about St. Stephen’s Cathedral
(Linz, 27.7.2021) "Inside Festival" focuses on the topic of "Critical Journalism," Inside Futurelab presents Part 5 of the anniversary series, and there are virtual stories from St. Stephen's Cathedral.
“Inside Festival” and a 3D Journey Through St. Stephen’s Cathedral
(Linz, 27.7.2021) This time, "Inside Festival" focuses on the topic of water ecology. In addition, Ars Electronica Home Delivery invites you on a 3D exploration tour of Vienna's St. Stephen's Cathedral.
A Festival Preview and a Handbook for Digital Humanists
(Linz, 20.7.2021) In this edition, Ars Electronica Home Delivery presents the first Festival Gardens and provides insight into the ArtScience Residency of Kyriaki Goni, who explores AI systems and voice interfaces.
(Linz, 12.7.2021) At Ars Electronica Home Delivery on Wednesday, 14.7.2021, Gerfried Stocker, Artistic Director Ars Electronica and Christl Baur, Head of Ars Electronica Festival, will give an insight into this year's festival theme and present various projects.
STARTS Prize 2021 for Remix el Barrio and Oceans in Transformation
(Linz / Brussels, 16.6.2021) At the STARTS Prize 21, the two GRAND PRIZES were awarded to the projects "Oceans in Transformation" and "Remix el Barrio, Food Waste Biomaterial Makers". In addition, the jury awarded 10 Honorary Mentions.
Prix Ars Electronica 2021 counts 3,158 entries from 86 countries
(Linz, 14.6.2021) 3,158 projects from 86 countries were submitted to the Prix Ars Electronica 2021, despite a pandemic and a temporary shutdown of the art world.
Ars Electronica Festival 2021: A New Digital Deal
(Linz, 19.4.2021) A New Digital Deal is the theme of the Ars Electronica Festival 2021, which will take place from September 8-12 in Linz as well as at 100 other locations around the world and on the Internet.
Get your Ars Electronica Home Delivery SERVICE!
(Linz, 18.3.2021) Ars Electronica Home Delivery SERVICES are virtual and interactive programs and services that offer online access to Ars Electronica's know-how and are aimed at various target groups in the field of Education, Events, Innovation and Art.