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.
Art makes people and regions grow!
- Welcome to an innovative afternoon for brain and mind in Brussels!
- Art Line proudly presents a Flagship project – An art collaboration between 5 Baltic countries and 14 art institutions, museums, academies and a shipping company (2011-2014).
- Art and digital technologies
- Art and the Baltic Sea
- How to continue building a Baltic infrastructure for art, culture and digital media
Date: Tuesday March 18th at 15:00 – 20:00
Where: iMAL Center for Digital Cultures and Technology, 30-34 Quai des Charbonnages.
- A presentation of Art Line, an international Art collaboration and a European Commission Flagship.
- Experience and try an innovative mobile art applications and Augmented reality-projects by the Canal Bruxelles located outside of iMAL
- Mingle with a buffet
- A catalogue with texts by more than 40 scholars, curators and artists is given to all participants.
- Meet some of the artist involved in Art Line – they presents their art works in a special exhibition at iMAL (see a short presentation below)
- What about future scenarios for art and culture in the Baltic region?
We plan for a continuation and work for an extended partnership geographically and thematically. Art Line is in the Action Plan for the European Union Baltic Sea Strategy. Culture is now officially seen as an important factor for development in the Baltic region.
Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art and Baltic Sea Cultural Centre in Gdansk, Poland, and Lead Partner Blekinge museum, Karlskrona, Sweden will be present.
There are limited seats so we need you to register your participation to
email@example.com at the latest March 11th.
A special thank you to the Småland-Blekinge South Sweden-office in Brussels.Art Line has built a cross-border network of 14 art institutions, museums and academies in Sweden, Poland, Germany, Lithuania and Russia. Art in public space, both in the digital and physical locations, has been one of the overarching topics, as well as experiments in art and digital media technologies. Art Line has arranged exhibitions, workshops, seminars and projects produced for art institutions as well as for urban spaces, parks, at sea, Online and the Stena Line ferries going in traffic between Karlskrona-Gdynia.
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