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'''Festivals''': [[Art's Birthday Party]], [[New New!]] audiovisual festival (*2005), [[Zoom]] new media festival (*2005), [[Uchoko]] festival of new audiovisual culture and communication (*2007).<br>
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'''Festivals''': [[Art's Birthday Party]], [[New New!]] audiovisual festival (*2005), [[Zoom]] new media festival (*2005), [[Uchoko]] festival of new audiovisual culture and communication (*2007), [[Exposition of New Music]] (*1993).<br>
 
'''Past festivals''': [[Multimontea]].<br>
 
'''Past festivals''': [[Multimontea]].<br>
 
'''Events''': [[Cyberspace conference]] (*2003).<br>
 
'''Events''': [[Cyberspace conference]] (*2003).<br>

Revision as of 00:18, 10 May 2008

Brno, Czech Republic. Geographical and social links to Prague, Bratislava.


Initiatives and groups: Anymade, Carpets Curtains, CEICA, Fiume, Midi Lidi, Moire.
Past initiatives and groups: Auvid (1999-2004).


Spaces: Fléda, Galerie Eskort, Spolek, Skleněná louka center.


Festivals: Art's Birthday Party, New New! audiovisual festival (*2005), Zoom new media festival (*2005), Uchoko festival of new audiovisual culture and communication (*2007), Exposition of New Music (*1993).
Past festivals: Multimontea.
Events: Cyberspace conference (*2003).
Past events: Pumaprt, Audiovideocirkus (2004), Hi-tech/Art (1994-97).

Exhibitions: Frisbee (2006).


Academy ateliers: MultiMedia FaVU VUT and Video FaVU VUT University of Technology, Medialab FSS MU and Department of Media Studies and Journalism FSS MU Masaryk University.


Media: Revue pro média (*2001), IM6 (*2004).


Art workers: Aleš Killián (1975), Adam Zbiejczuk (1982), Barbora Šedivá (1981), David Možný (1963), Filip Cenek (1976), František Kowolowski (1967), Ivan Palacký (1967), Jiří Havlíček (1977), Jozef Cseres (1961), Lukáš Hájek (1980), LP Fish (1973), Michal Kindernay (1978), Palo Fabuš (1983), Pavel Sterec (1985), Peter Rónai (1953), Petr Herzán (1976), Prokop Holoubek (1978), Richard Fajnor (1965), Tomáš Hrůza (1979), Robert Mořkovský, Petr Strouhal, Václav Ondroušek (1977), Věra Lukášová.


Cities
alternative base

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