The ArtTech Foundation partners with Digital Lyric, financed by the SNSF’S Agora funding scheme. The exhibition Digital Lyric : beyond the book will be presented from 14 February to 10 May 2020 at Château de Morges.
Communicating the Arts Lausanne 22-24 June 2020
The ArtTech Foundation is partner of Communicating the Arts, the international conference for cultural leaders. The conference will gather 250 communication and engagement experts working in museums, historical monuments, Heritage, the visual and performing arts.
The Miracles of Art and Tech
The ArtTech Foundation has partnered the new Swiss media Heidi.news to publish a series of articles on the connective tissue between art and technology, The Miracles of Art and Tech.
Museums are using digital innovation to reinvent themselves
Discover the 7 th episode of Heidi.news Explorations, in collaboration with the ArtTech Foundation.
Digital replica of a lost tresor in the US
The researchers of the Institute of Archeology of the University of Lausanne will present in Boston and New-York on 22th and 23th October their research on recently destroyed Baalshamîn sanctuary in Palmyra. Program developped in collaboration with MIT Future Heritage Lab and Swissnex Boston https://www.swissnexboston.org/events/
The ArtTech Forum 2020 will be announced by the beginning of next year. The launch of the selection for the ArtTech Prize 2020 will take place next spring.
ArtTech Prize Award
Polkatulk are the 2019 winners! They have been selected from 8 young companies and convinced the audience with their fascinating and original ideas. We look forward to seeing more of them on the international scene in the near future. By entering the ArtTech start-up community, they will fully benefit from the Foundation international network.
24th September – ArtTech Forum
In the morning of the 24th September, there will be presentations and conferences about the link between technology, heritage preservation and the archiving of historical data. Prof. Frederic Kaplan, Prof. Sarah Kenderdine and Andrea Barbon, Managing director of the ARCHiVe center, Venice will describe their exciting projects.
ArtTech Prize winner selected on 24th September
This year, 8 start-ups are in the running for the ArtTech Prize 2019. They are from the US, the UK, France, Austria and Switzerland and will be competing for the CHF 10’000 prize and networking support. We’ll be keeping the names of the start-ups secret until the day of the event! The winner will be selected on September 24 by the audience.
Invest in ArtTech start-ups!
Invest in ArtTech start-ups! A panel discussion, led by Patrick Aebischer, Chairman of the ArtTech Foundation, will explore new business models. The focus will be on the promotion of entrepreneurship and investment in culture and technology. Meet the panelists on https://arttechfoundation.org/2019-forum/
ArtTech Forum 2019 Coming soon!
We’re approaching this year’s ArtTech Forum which will take place in partnership with the Fondazione Giorgi Cini on 24th September. More than 150 participants from the international community (scholars, engineers, analysts, scientists and representatives of art and culture) will be joining us and contributing to our ever-widening network of international members. The event is now full. However please contact us if you want to go on the waiting list.
ArtTech Forum at the Cini Foundation on 24th September, Venice
24th September in partnership with Fondazione Giorgio Cini , Venice – ArtTech Forum 2019 – This year, the conferences and panel discussions will present different projects showing the link between technologies, heritage preservation and the archiving of historical data.
ArtTech at HeK on 24th May
24th May at HeK, Basel – Organized by HeK in cooperation with the ArtTech Foundation on 24th May, AI Night, Powered by PechaKucha with speakers from the Swiss and international AI scene was a great success. More information on HeK website.
ArtTech at the Berner Altorientalisches Forum (BAF)
11th-12th June, University of Bern – the ArtTech Foundation supports the Berner Altorientalisches Forum (BAF), an annual international forum devoted to research on the greater Ancient Near East. Yves Ubelmann, founder of the startup Iconem, and a participant in the ArtTech Forum 2017 and 2018, gave the lecture “Tech for culture: 3D’s role in cultural heritage restoration”.