Fedora Digital Prize 2021: Join the Online Nominee Announcement + Donate now
Join us this Thursday 8 April for the exclusive online nominee announcement, where the selected projects of the FEDORA Digital Prize 2021 will be presented!
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Are you curious about the teams behind the nominated projects of the FEDORA Prizes 2021?
Then join us on 8 April at 17:00 CET for an exclusive online event with the 15 nominated projects. On this special occasion, the artistic teams will pitch their projects to a broad audience.
Among the nominees are the 4 selected projects for the FEDORA Digital Prize, with the IMZ being its Expert partner.
Don't miss this opportunity and discover the nominees and more exciting surprises!
But that's not it - the Nominee Fundraising Campaign is in full swing! Get active + support your favourite project with a donation and help reimagine the future of opera + ballet through a digital transformation!
With the FEDORA Digital Prize, the IMZ advocates new ways of artistic expression and access to opera + ballet through digital innovation. Furthermore, the goal is to stimulate new collaborative approaches through digital innovation across different media. With the IMZ taking part in the competition + judging process as Expert Partner, the FEDORA Digital Prize will fund the winning project with 50.000€ with the support of project partner Kearney.
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