EMAP Jam Session

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EMAP Jam Session

By Ars Electronica

When and where

Date and time

Sun, 9 Sep 2018 12:30 - 14:00 CEST


POSTCITY - Workshop Space (1st floor of POSTCITY, next to the Infodesks) Bahnhofplatz 12 4020 Linz Austria


EMAP (European Media Art Platform) annually awards production grants to outstanding European media artists and supports research, production, presentation and distribution of media art in Europe and beyond.

The EMAP Jam Session gives artists and interested people the possibility to obtain more information about the program and the member institutions.

In order to create a lively and inspiring atmosphere for networking, drinks and snacks will be served.

Artists interested in a bilateral meeting* with one of the following institutions should tick the preferred institution when registering.

  • Ars Electronica (AT)
  • Impakt (NL)
  • Kontejner (HR)
  • LaBoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial (ES)
  • Onassis Cultural Centre (OCC) (GR)
  • Werkleitz (DE)
  • WRO Art Center (PL)

* subject to availability

EMAP is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

About the organiser

Organised by
Ars Electronica


Ars Electronica is one of the world’s largest media art venues, a digital music festival, a showcase for creativity and innovation, and a playground for the next generation – Ars Electronica is a world-class festival for art, technology and society.

Ars Electronica has followed, anticipated and analyzed the digital revolution and its origins, its successes, even its follies. As a festival for art, technology and society, the cultural and social significance of new technical and scientific developments has always been at its forefront.

Once a year the Ars Electronica Festival hosts artists, scientists, developers, designers, entrepreneurs and activists to address central questions of our future. For five days, everything revolves around groundbreaking ideas and grand visions, unusual prototypes and innovative collaborations, inspiring art and groundbreaking research, extraordinary performances and irritating interventions, touching sounds and rousing concerts.