ARTS FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES (Kulturtanken) in collaboration with OsloMet University,
Notam, UiO and PNEK hosted and presented the Digital Day.
Keynote: Tonya Nelson, Director of Museums and Collections at University College
London and Chairman of The Bomb Factory Art Foundation on: Culture is Digital.
Welcome to Kulturtanken, Digital Art for Young Audiences, Stahl Stanslie, Head of the Culture
Professors Kristin Bergaust, Oslo Met University, Alma Leora Culén, of UiO, Liv Hausken,
The University of Oslo, Gyrid Kaldestad of PNEK, Asbjørn Blokkum of Notam, Zane Carpina, EE
Experimental Emerging Art Journal, Nina Czegledy, Leonardo's 50th Committee and Haakon
Haraldsen Roenand and Vako Varankian, students Oslo Met University contributed to the event,
which concluded by an exhibition, demonstrations and a Leonardo Birthday Cake
Special thanks are due to Ståle Stenslie, Kristin Bergaust and all the 50th organizers.
50 Years of Celebrating the Community
Almost half a century ago, kinetic artist and astronautical pioneer Frank Malina set out to solve the needs of a community of artists and scientists working across disciplines by using the “new media” of the time: offset print publishing. As a groundbreaking, innovative venture, Leonardo represented a unique vision: to serve as an international channel of communication among artists, with emphasis on the writings of artists who use science and developing technologies in their work. The result was Leonardo, an academic journal for artists with the peer-review rigor of a scientific journal. For 50 years, Leonardo has been the definitive publication for artist-academics, and the field has gained momentum in recent years.
Leonardo's anniversary celebrations are made possible by our international partners and led by the 50th Anniversary Committee Chair Nina Czegledy.
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