European Media Art Festiaval Osnabrück 18.-22. April 2012

EMAF is a partner of the international project DCA – Digitising Contemporary Art, which will digitise contemporary art for the European art and culture portal "Europeana" and post it on the internet.

21 museums and art institutions and four technical partner institutions will spend thirty months digitising around 27,000 works of art and roughly 2,000 contextual documents, enabling visitors to access them online.
This way, EMAF will make significant works from the past accessible to a wide audience.

The project is being coordinated by PACKED vzw, centre of expertise in digital heritage in Brussels and is co-financed by the European Commission within the CIP - ICT Policy Support Programme.


Technical Partners:

NTUA – National Technical University of Athens (Athens, Greece), Multimedia Lab Ghent University – IBBT Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology (Ghent, Belgium), Ubitech – Ubiquitous Intelligent Technical Solutions (Athens, Greece)


DCA is co-funded by the CIP-ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Union.

Participating Museums and Art Institutions:

Austria: Ars ElectronicaBelgium: argos – centre for art and media (Brussels), MAC’s – Museum of Contemporary Art of the French Community of Belgium (Grand-Hornu), Mu.ZEE – Collection of the province of West Flanders and the City of Ostend (Ostend), Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium (Brussels)
Croatia: MMSU – Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka (Rijeka)
Germany: EMAF – European Media Art Festival (Osnabrück), HfG – Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe), Transmediale (Berlin)
Greece: Frissiras Museum (Athens), MMCA – Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art (Thessaloniki), National Gallery-Alexandros Soutzos Museum (Athens)
Iceland: National Gallery of Iceland (Reykjavik), RAM – Reykjavík Art Museum (Reykjavik)
Latvia: Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (Riga)
Netherlands: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Rotterdam), NIMk – NetherlandsInstitute for Media Art (Amsterdam)
Poland: WRO Art Center (Wroclaw)
Portugal: Fundação de Serralves (Porto)
Slovenia: MG – Moderna Galerija (Ljubljana)
Spain: Antoni Tapiès Foundation (Barcelona)