If you happen to be in Brussels in March, don’t miss Art Line. The project management will make a presentation on Tuesday March 18 at the iMAL Center for digital cultures and technology. There will also be great opportunities for networking and hands on art experiences.
The heading for the invitation to the event is: Art makes people and regions grow.
There will be an afternoon session with presentation of Art Line starting at 15.00 hrs. After that we will walk out the doors to the channel in front of the iMAL building where at least one of the Art Line art works in Augmented Reality from the event Hydro Active City will be displayed The guests will actually take part in this art event. After this the networking activities continues indoors.
Art Line creates collaboration between art institutions, museums, and academia around the Baltic Sea, where the aim is to develop and strengthen cooperation. The project includes 14 partners from 5 countries around the Baltic Sea.
The theme for the presentation is: Art and digital technologies; Art and the Baltic Sea; How to continue building a Baltic infrastructure for culture. The seminar will focus on future arts and cultural cooperation within the Baltic regions and how these partnerships can be strengthened.
Registration for the presentation is to torun.ekstrand@Artline-southbaltic.eu before March 7.
The presentation will be held at 15:00 to 19:00 on Imal Center for Digital Cultures and Technology, 30-34 Quai des Charbonnages, Brussels.
For more information about the project: www.artline-southbaltic.eu