IMZ with Digital Cross Over at Ars Electronica
The online panel “Business Models for Online Contents” investigated how platform-based access to online content can be monetised. The programme was part of the Digital Cross Over project led by the IMZ + co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme!
Ars Electronica Festival 2020 © Ars Electronica
Spaxels over Linz © Ars Electronica / Martin Hieslmair
Ars Electronica – the Festival for Art, Technology + Society takes place from 9-13 Sept, for the first time at 120 locations worldwide!
Online Panel: Business Models for Online Contents
As part of Digital Cross Over, the cross-sector project between the content + creative industries led by the IMZ, this panel at Ars Electronica will discuss strategies for institutions to generate revenues in cultural + creative industries and to secure revenue for artists + content developers. Crowdfunding, licences + subscription models are just a few!
The subject is even more relevant in times of Covid-19, which is forcing players in the cultural + creative industries to rethink their business models.
Ars Electronica is one of the consortium members coming of different sectors leading the Digital Cross Over project.
These experts will share their insights:
Thierry Baujard, IMZ Consultant on the Digital Cross Over EU project + CEO of European Investment Network Media Deals
Nathalie Pichard, Director at ArtTech Foundation
Aleksandra Artamonovskaja, Director at Partnerships at .ART
Brendan Ciecko, founder + CEO of Cuseum
Ulvi Kasimov, founder at .ART, art collector + venture capitalist
Sabine Seymour, entrepreneur, researcher + athlete
Here is an overview of other programme items of interest for IMZ Members... inmerse yourself in media art!
The AIxMusic Festival section focuses on a deep insight into the latest research + artistic practices in the field of artificial intelligence and paying special attention to its potential to facilitate networked remote collaboration among musicians.
The panel Art + Industry is presented by Johannes Pfeifer on the design of cut scenes in computer gaming, and Miro Shot, a global collective of musicians, filmmakers, designers and coders.
Last but not least, here is an overview of programme items with a focus on film + animation.
About Ars Electronica
Every September, Linz hosts the Ars Electronica Festival, which is famous far beyond Austria’s borders. Artists, researchers and scientists from all over the world address topics at the interface between art, technology and society in lectures, workshops, exhibitions and symposia.
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