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Ars Electronica Initiates STARTS Center Upper Austria

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The Open Call runs up to and including November 21, and in mid-December a jury will select three submissions that will make it to a final round.

Ars Electronica Initiates STARTS Center Upper Austria

Starting in February 2022, 21 fellowships in 11 European countries will build bridges between an international community at the intersection of science, technology and art - S+T+ARTS for short - and local challenges and opportunities.

"Within the framework of an open call and subsequent fellowships, we invite international experts from the fields of art, design, technology and science to develop concepts that are specifically geared to the conditions and resulting opportunities in and for the regions of Europe," says Veronika Liebl, Director of European Cooperation at Ars Electronica. "For Upper Austria, we are looking for concrete concepts that make forms of circular economy possible."

The Open Call runs up to and including November 21, and in mid-December a jury will select three submissions that will make it to a final round. In January 2022, the decision will finally be made as to who will be invited to Upper Austria and work here as part of a six-month fellowship endowed with 40,000 euros. The Greiner Innoventures GmbH, Johannes Kepler University and the Innovation Office of the City of Linz, the initiative is led and coordinated by Ars Electronica.
Repairing the Present - Regional STARTS Centers has received funding from the European Commission's Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology under grant agreement LC01641664.


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