MaMa - Multimedia Institute is a net culture club located in Zagreb, founded in 1999 by Nenad Romić a.k.a. Marcell Mars, Teodor Celakoski, Vedran Gulin, Tomislav Medak, Zeljko Blace, Petar Milat, Boris Buden and others. Ever since it opened in 2000, MaMa has been a meeting point for different local and international communities ranging from political activists, media artists, electronic music makers, theorists, hackers and free software developers, gay and lesbian support groups, to the anime community. Guided by the ideals of sharing, it offers free access to its ressources & infrastructure.
MaMa set-up a variety of different lecture/discussion/presentation series dealing with its primary fields of interest. Some of those series like Becoming Digital, Caternetics, MaMa čita have in the meanwhile ceased to exist, and among the ones still active as of 2011 are Pastforward, Transverzala, and Vizualni kolegij.
- Brian Droitcour, "On Tour: Southeastern Europe Travelogue, Part 2", 2009. 
- Tomislav Medak, "Multimedia Institute - [mi2]", ISEA Newsletter #93, 2003. 
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