Auge 2nd Artathon, 21.09, at 15:00 (EEST // Latvia time)

Thursday, September 21, 2023,  at 15:00 (EEST // Latvia time)
Blockchain, Art and Climate: Challenges for Green & Digital Future. (AUGE 2ND) Artathon

The National Library of Latvia / Zoom


(AUGE 2ND) Blockchain, Art and Climate: Challenges for Green & Digital Future artathon takes place on Thursday, September 21 at 15:00 (EEST // Latvia time) online and onsite in the National Library of Latvia in Riga, Latvia as part of the RIXC Art Science Festival 2023: Crypto, Art and Science, organized by the RIXC Center for New Media Culture.

The Augmented Europe (AUGE 2ND) project will continue with a large-scale Artathon “Blockchain, Art and Climate: Challenges for Green & Digital Future” at the National Library of Latvia (onsite) and online. As part of this event, young creatives are invited to register for both onsite workshops in Riga and online discussions with other participants joining in from Milan, Berlin, Barcelona and Gdansk. The Artathon will begin with the keynote lectures by international experts and artists. In the evening, the onsite participants are invited to the onsite artistic performances at the RIXC Gallery.

We will offer 3 prizes of 500 euros for each project submitted after the Artathon. One of the projects will be showed at Milan MEET Culture Center in 2024 for the final event (travel cost included). The link for submission will be shared after the event. Dont forget to mention your participation through ESPRONCEDA.

Artathon takes place as part of the AUGE 2ND project funded by the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (CERV) of the European Union. Project partners: MEET Digital Culture Center (Milan), Public Art Lab (Berlin), RIXC Center for New Media Culture (Riga), Espronceda Institute of Art & Culture (Barcelona), Laznia Center For Contemporary Art (Gdansk).

Participants (young people under 30) have free entrance if registered. Register here:

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