Košice

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Spaces: Kasárne/Kulturpark cultural centre (*2008), Kino Úsmev cinema and audiovisual cultural centre (*1929/2015), Klub artist-run project space (*2015), Kotolňa gallery (*2014), Kunsthalle/Hala umenia (*2013), Parazol cafe gallery [1], Šopa Gallery (*2015), Tabačka Kulturfabrik cultural centre (*2015), Vunu Gallery (*2016), Východoslovenská galéria (*1951).
Past spaces: Pyecka Gallery (2012-2015), DIG Gallery (*2012), Make Up Gallery (*2008), Fullscreen (*2006).

Initiatives: Bona Fide (*1995), Cinefil (*2000), Creative Industry Košice (CIKE) (formerly EHMK 2013, *2008), KASSABOYS art collective (*2006), Na Peróne theatre collective (*2015), Spolka.cc.
Past initiatives: Vychodné pobrežie (2007-2012) [2].

Festivals: Art & Tech Days (*2016), Biela noc (*2010), Nová Európa (*2018), Sound City Days sound art biennial (*2012), Spline Festival (*2016).
Past festivals: alt30 Festival (2012), Transart Communication (2012, 2013), Performaction (2009, 2010), New Media Explorer (2008), Moonride (2006-2012).

Academy ateliers: Visual Arts and Intermedia FU TU, New Media Studio, Faculty of Arts.

Media: Enter magazine, Exitab label.

Art workers: Anna Tretter (1956), Barbara Kubániová (1980), Beata Kolbašovská (1984), Boris Sirka (1981), Boris Vaitovič, Dorota Kenderová (1981), Gábor Príbek, Ivana Rusnáková, Ján Gálik, Jozef Tušan, Juraj Sasák (1985), Katarina Živanović, Kubo Pišek (1985), Linda van Dalen, Ľudmila Amálka Valenčíková (1981), Marko Popović (1975), Matúš Lányi (1981), Michal Murin (1963), Peter Radkoff (1967), Peter Vrábeľ (1982), Radovan Čerevka (1980), Richard Kitta (1979), Samuel Velebný, Tibor Czitó, Tomáš Makara (1982), Tomáš Marušiak (1980), Zbyněk Prokop (1962), Zuzana Petrovičová, Zuzana Psotková (1977), Zuzana Révészová; New Media Studio students and alumni.


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

Amsterdam, Bergen, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, London, New York City, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb.