The ARTES – Art, Technology and Society – Association intense research, production and dissemination of Art, Culture and Technology aims to promote the direct participation of society in the process of artistic creation. This favors the establishment of a culture of art associated with science and technology, exploring examples of MULTIDISCIPLINARY research projects, activities and technological results that are significant in showing that the boundaries between science, technology and art are blurred to achieve goals that otherwise would be unthinkable.
The city of Granada has an important legacy in the development of knowledge production in fields like science, art and technology since historicaly these areas have been explored as an unique field to explore and impel the state of the art in every discipline.
Connecting such knowledge, pathways are developed in the field of research, education, training and the dissemination of processes and results; the development of events is intended and Projects covering the Research, Development and Dissemination (R+D+D) of artistic material, technological and cultural dissemination.
ARTES main purpose is based on the following points:
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
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With great design comes great responsibility
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ARTES has developed projects related to Culture, Arts, Sciences and Technology is all stages from conceptualization to production and dissemination.
Thus, ARTES has covered the RESEARCH + PRODUCTION + DISSEMINATION stages of every project accomplished.
Partnership has played an important role in every project implemented, both in the public and the private sphere and has lead to achieve high social impact in every project due to the level of compromise among institutions and businesses through contracts, agreements and collaboration.
The Inheritance: Contesting Legacies in Fine Art Practice, Research and Education
Hosted by University of Granada, Spain
Paradox, the Fine Art European Forum biannual conference, The Inheritance: Contesting Legacies in Fine Art Practice, Research and Education, will examine how the pedagogies and practices of fine art critically evaluate their past. Through keynote addresses and three parallel strands of discussion this theme will be developed by papers and other forms of presentation, representing the rich practice and research of the teaching institutions of fine art throughout Europe.
The Granada Millenium Biennale (Bienal del Milenio Reino de Granada) is a biannual itinerary of contemporary art that uses material and immaterial heritage of the city and its surroundings.
Through the artists using this cultural heritage for their creations, a framework is created for the dissemination of our cultural and natural legacy which promotes its preservation and opens lines of research and topics for reflection concerning contextual artistic creation (in the urban environment, on location, involving an intervention or participation), providing a contemporary perspective on heritage.
Contemporary Art and Heritage, when presented in symbiosis, powerfully activates each other’s essence, therefore a communicative nexus arises that produces mutual benefits. This benefit comes out in the way of an effective yet sustainable model for communication of both art and heritage towards society, becoming a powerful instrument for social integration, which brings both realities closer to a non-specialist audience.
SPORA. Biennial International Exhibition of Ephemeral Art, Tradition and Modernity concerns the dissemination of contemporary art projects in the city of Granada following a pre-established itinerary, which proposes to merge Tradition and Modernity, joining two sides of the city for that purpose: Sacromonte and the area of the Museums Parque de la Ciencia (Science Park) and the Centro Cultural Memoria de Andalucía (Memory Cultural Centre of Andalusia), essential focal points created as places of interaction due to their social, cultural and territorial context.
In the itinerary planned for these interventions, water will be the leitmotiv through time and the various cultures, from Sacromonte, going down to the River Darro, and following its course to where it joins the River Genil, to the Centro Cultural Memoria de Andalucía. The aim of the SPORA Ephemeral Art Exhibition is to promote a common cultural space , in which contemporary art projects are organised and disseminated to encourage ethical and social values through artistic proposals based on two fundamental lines of research: Art and Nature, and Art and New Technologies. Works of art by the following artists can be seen from 15 to 20 December 2009: Konic Thtr – Open Lab (Barcelona, España), Hee Sook Lee-Niinioja (Noruega/Corea del Sur), Isidro López Aparicio (Granada, España). This Exhibition is the result of the SPORA Project. RESEARCH, CREATION AND DISSEMINATION promoted by the Seminario Permanente de Arte, Ciencia y Tecnología (Permanent Seminar of Art, Science and Technology) of the University of Granada and the Asociación y Grupo de Investigación Arte y Sociedad (Art and Society Association and Research Group).
SPORA. I International Exhibition of Ephemeral Art, Tradition and Modernityconcerns the dissemination of contemporary art projects in the city of Granada following a pre-established itinerary, which proposes to merge Tradition and Modernity, joining two sides of the city for that purpose: Sacromonte and the area of the Museums Parque de la Ciencia (Science Park) and the Centro Cultural Memoria de Andalucía (Memory Cultural Centre of Andalusia), essential focal points created as places of interaction due to their social, cultural and territorial context.
H2020communication is a communication and dissemination section of ARTES Association, a non-for-profit cutlural association.
At H2020communication we want to assist you, as researchers, with all the communication and dissemination obligations of your H2020 project. We know how to do it and we want to team up with you so you do not need to worry about it.
Impact, communication and dissemination are an essential part of your H2020 project and, what is more important,of your proposal. That is, you need to program your communication strategies from the very early stages of your project.
That is what we can do for you. We team up with researchers and help to prepare a sound and relevant communication plan which will be implemented all through the project.Together, we prepare a WP proposal on communication. Later on, you do not need to worry to put it in place; we will do it for you.
Disseminating all processes and projects accomplished by ARTES is an important part of its policy to transfer knowledge to society and produce high impact.
Publication of results is a MUST for our association, so ARTES collaborates to edit and publish theoretical texts, results of investigation, essays, catalogues or any other textual product on and offline.
ARTES collaborates and edit texts and graphic design in collaboration with national and international prestigious editorials such DOWNHILL PUBLISHING based in NY (USA).