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STARTS Prize of the European Commission: Submissions accepted until March
1st 2019

20,000 euros will again await the winners of the STARTS Prize 2019.
Innovative collaborations and projects at the interface of science,
technology and art can be submitted until March 1st. The worldwide Open
Call is part of the STARTS Initiative of the European Commission and is
issued by Ars Electronica, BOZAR and Waag.

Winners can look forward to prize money of 20,000 euros

This is an open call for entries in conjunction with an initiative launched
by the European Commission: STARTS. The name stands for innovation at the
nexus of Science, Technology and the ARTS.

Two prizes - ? 20,000 each - will be bestowed this year:

One for artistic exploration and artworks where appropriation by the arts
has a strong potential to influence or alter the use, development, or
perception of technology
One for innovative collaboration between industry or technology and the
arts that opens new pathways for innovation.

This competition specifically seeks:

Trailblazing forms of collaboration and projects essentially characterized
by both technology and art; strictly artistically or strictly
technologically oriented projects are not what STARTS is looking for.
Any and all artistic works and practices having to do with innovation in
the areas of technology, business and/or society. This competition is not
limited to a particular genre such as media art and digital art.
All forms of technological and scientific research that are inspired by art
or in which artists are integrated as catalysts of new ways of seeing
things. This includes but is not limited to information & communications
Artists or artists' collectives, creative professionals, researchers and
companies throughout the world. This competition is not limited to citizens
of EU-member states.
A project can also be submitted to the STARTS Prize via Prix Ars

Several special events are being planned to honor and showcase the projects
singled out for recognition with a STARTS Prize:

Awards ceremony
Presentations featuring the prizewinning projects in the form of
exhibitions and talks at the 2019 Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, the
BOZAR in Brussels, Belgium and at Waag, Amsterdam
Worldwide presentations featuring the prizewinning projects at various
events of partner institutions


Previous STARTS Prize winners:

The entry deadline is March 1, 2019.

See further information on our Ars Electronica Blog <
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This project has received funding from the European Union´s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732019.

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Photo showing STARTS Prize Trophy by Nick Ervinck (BE).  Credit: Ars
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