An introduction to STARTS4Water: How can art & tech contribute to regional water challenges? Join us at the webinar on the 25th of October at 17.00!

To kick-off the 10 STARTS4Water residencies we plan a live streamed webinar on the 25th of October at 17:00 CEST.

Water is a Global Challenge that requires regional solutions. This is because the effects and consequences of water management can vary due to geography, infrastructure, climate and the impact of human activities on the environment. During this session, the representatives of the STARTS4Water program will present the artists selected for ten ‘regional water challenges’ built in collaboration with their local expert network. Through the work of the artists selected and their own practices, the representatives of the STARTS4Water program will discuss and show best practices of how art and technology can explore new alternative approaches towards a more sustainable management.


17:00 — 17:15 Inspirational talk by guest speaker (to be confirmed)

17:15— 17:45  Moderated discussion on how art and tech can contribute to global water challenges

17:45 — 18:00 Challenge presentation by the hosting institutions (V2, LUCA School of Arts & GLUON, TBA21, Cittadelarte, Ohi Pezoume/Urban Dig Project, UR)

18:00 End of session

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to discover the program and the selected artists!

Join the info session on ZOOM:

If you can’t make it on that date, you will be able to access the recording on the Youtube channel.

The STARTS4Water Consortium is lead by LUCA School of Arts (Belgium) and counts on the participation of Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary TBA21-Academy (Austria), UR Institute (Croatia), V2_ Lab for unstable media (The Netherlands), Ohi Pezoume / UrbanDig Project (Greece) and Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto (Italy) and collaboration with #GLUON – Centre for Fine Arts and Bozar (STARTS partner).

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Funding: EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology

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