Age of Artists nimmt an der Podiumsdiskussion von add art am 19.11.2016 in Hamburg teil. „add art – Hamburgs Wirtschaft öffnet Türen für Kunst“ hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, unternehmerische Kunstförderung in Hamburg erlebbar zu machen. Die Kunst in Unternehmensräumen ist dafür der Fixpunkt. Davon ausgehend lässt sich erkennen und hinterfragen, welchen Stellenwert Kunst für Unternehmen hat, welche Sammlungs- und Förderkonzepte hinter einem Kunstengagement stehen, sowie welche Formen des Zusammenwirkens zwischen Unternehmen und Künstlern bestehen.
Die reCampaign ist das Branchentreffen für Online-Campaigner/innen aus Zivilgesellschaft, Stiftungen und der Kommunikationsbranche. Analysen, Tipps und Diskussionen rund um die erfolgreiche Kampagnenarbeit im Netz – von Profis für Profis.
Wir sind vertreten mit einem Vortrag, bzw. Workshop zu unserem Lieblingsthema: Das Zeitalter der Künstler! Von kreativen Disziplinen lernen
Wir erleben heute technologischen Fortschritt in einem nie gesehenen Tempo. Für Organisationen und Menschen werden Unsicherheit und Mehrdeutigkeit dadurch zum Normalzustand.
THE ARTS+ is a one day conference and five day fair on The Business of Creativity. It will kick off 19-23 October 2016 in Frankfurt/Main and will be the annual event for the international cultural economy. Among confirmed speakers are legendary artist David Hockney, bestselling-author Jeff Jarvis (What would Google Do?), MIT’s Carlo Ratti or Annie Luo from the World Economic Forum.
Age of Artists is presenting during the first morning when THE ARTS+ starts with an Espresso which is brief and stimulating – and anything but black: Everyday up to five candidates working at the intersection of creativity and technology will present their innovative concepts, projects and ideas within a dynamic relay on THE ARTS+ RUNWAY.
Berlin Fashion Film Festival just released the full schedule for its fifth edition featuring a Age of Artists Keynote. The two-day event taking place in Berlin at Alte Teppichfabrik on June 2 and 3, 2016, has doubled in size compared to last year, now offering several talks, panel discussions, case studies, masterclasses on topics ranging from “Creating content for a multidimensional world” and our contribution “Learn from creative disciplines for better outcomes in business and society”.
Age of Artists is very pleased to announce our key note and workshop contribution to the 22nd Handelsblatt conference on strategic IT management. The event will take place between January 18-20 in Munich, Germany. It covers digital and information technology strategies from more than 40 national and international IT experts. Together with partners from GE, 4 Advice and Risch UB we will cover a conference special during the first day.
Design to Align is the motto for this year’s combined DMI Design Management Conference Europe & Intersection 15 that take place April 28th – 30th in Berlin, Germany. At Age of Artists we are very much looking forward to contributing to a great event by leading a master class, an interactive and collaborative learning format introducing and discussing our findings on how to learn from creative disciplines for better outcomes in business and society.
Last week Age of Artists presented at the at the Tekom annual conference. Together with the TC World conference and Tekom fair under one roof Tekom annual conference is the largest global event and marketplace for technical communication. Technical communication? For us selecting this conference has been an adventure and positive surprise from the day when our contribution was accepted a couple of months ago. To talk about the positive influence artistic attitude and approaches can have on business and society is not exactly what visitors expect when they come to an event where other contributions have titles such as “Web Analytics for Authors of Technical Documentation Content”, “Multilingual Technical Documentation” or “Terminology at the Heart of Enterprise Content Management”.
Age of Artists participates in November at TC World 2014 in Stuttgart.
Excerpt from the session description: With technological advancements such as big data, text analysis, cognitive computing and others a large portion of knowledge work will be automated during the next decades. With this evolution step knowledge workers of the future are required to extend their skill set. Many of the required skills can be derived from the creative disciplines.