SHARE conference

Posted by Katrien on Thursday March 21st 2013 at 12:04

shareOn the 24th and 25th of May, the third and closing conference of SHARE will take place at LUCA – campus Sint-Lukas Brussel. SHARE is a European project that focuses on Phd and research in the arts.  SHARE is an international networking project, comprising 39 partners working together on enhancing the ‘3rd cycle’ of arts research and education, creating a Europe-wide exchange framework for the widely different experiences, practices and ideas that make up the lively domain of artistic and cultural research.

More information and the full program can be found here

Conexiones Improbables

Posted by Sabina on Tuesday December 14th 2010 at 11:37

Improbable connections is a new  project in Spain, which seeks to gather arts, philosophy, science, business and governance in order to search new questions and answers that respond to the needs of  all kinds of  organisations.

Improbable is a community of  collaborative and co-creative research initiatives aimed at innovation and social responsibility. It is based on the paradigms of  open innovation and the principles of  interrelated fields, disciplines and individuals.

We connect and mediate: we propose environments in which artists, creators, philosophers, anthropologists, business or social organisations, scientists and thinkers can interact in search of  committed social and productive innovation. As a driving force for change and innovation, Improbable creates a high-value context for the creators, thinkers, companies and public or social organisations involved. The opportunity is mutual.”

Improbables is part of a European project: Creative Clash, held by a Swedish organisation,Tillt, in collaboration with WZB in Berlin and KEA in Brussels.  This group has committed itself to producing a package of studies to measure the impact of artistic intervention in the business field and in research projects, to formulate recommendations on European policies that support this type of artistic interventions, and to do pilot testing in the next years. A report by TILLT Europe about the impact of artistic interventions is available here.

source: ECP blog

A reflection on artistic research

Posted by Liesbeth on Friday June 11th 2010 at 18:21

Via my collegue Sarah Késenne, I found an article on artistic research, which offers an interesting and provocative reflection. This sentence seams like an interesting starting point for further discussion: “An adequate research methodology has to be developed in order to allow the researchers positions on multiple social-material time-spaces of actual making and doing—positions that permit and actually encourage active involvement in the artistic processes in the stages of production before publication, exhibition, and critical reception.”
The rest you can read yourself at

CFP Electronic visualisation & the arts

Posted by Marjan on Saturday January 9th 2010 at 19:36

EVA London 2010
Monday 5th – Wednesday 7th July 2010

Deadline: 15th January 2010

Visualising ideas and concepts in culture, heritage and the arts: digital arts, sound,
music, film and animation, 2D and 3D imaging
, European projects,
archaeology, architecture, social media for museums, heritage and fine art, photography, computer arts


We invite proposals of papers, demonstrations or short performances,
workshops or panel discussions
. Only a summary of the proposal on not more
than one page is required for the selection process. this must be submitted
electronically according to the instructions on the EVA London website,

Proposals may be on any aspect of EVA London’s focus on visualisation for
the arts and culture, broadly interpreted, including technology, use and
users, creative, visual and performing arts and music and visualisation for
museums, historic sites and architecture
. Papers are peer reviewed and may
be edited. They will be published as hard copy and online. Other
presentations may be published as summaries or as papers.

If your proposal is a case study, we will be looking for discussions of
wider principles or applications using the case study as an example.

Bursaries to attend EVA London will again be available if you don’t have
access to grants.

EVA London’s conference themes will include, but are not limited to:

   * Digital and computational fine art and photography
   * Reconstructive archaeology and architecture
   * Visualising ideas and concepts
   * Moving and still images in museums and galleries
   * Digital art
   * Digital performance
   * Historic sites and buildings
   * Immersive environments
   * Web 2.0 technologies in art and culture
   * Visualisation in museums and historic sites
   * Sound, music, film and animation
   * Technologies of digitisation, 2D and 3D imaging
   * Virtual and augmented worlds
For further information see

EVA London 2010 will be co-sponsored by the Computer Arts Society, a Special Interest Group of the British Computer Society, and by the BCS.