ArtScience Museum is an iconic cultural landmark in Singapore. Our mission is to explore where art, science, culture and technology come together. It is here at the intersection of art and science that innovation and new ideas are formed. With 21 gallery spaces spanning nearly 5,000 square meters, we have held large-scale exhibitions by some of the world's best known artists including Leonardo da Vinci, Salvador Dalí, Andy Warhol, Vincent Van Gogh and M.C. Escher since opening in February 2011. In addition, we have presented significant exhibitions that explore aspects of science including big data, particle physics, paleontology, marine biology, cosmology and space exploration.
Singapore · Museum
The development of ICC's conceptual and practical framework began from 1990, almost 8 years before the facility was to open. In this preparatory period, the ICC held many art and science-related events, as well as initiating publication of the journal InterCommunication.
Nishishinjuku, Japan · No Classification
The name Akademie Schloss Solitude unites the belief in artistic, scientific exchange with the notion of a refuge, a credo which underlays the construction of the Schloss Solitude from the very beginning. Residencies at Akademie Schloss Solitude enable fellows to devote themselves to their research projects under favorable material and intellectual conditions. In this way, the available resources can be used in an optimal, needs-oriented manner. It is essential for the self-conception of Akademie Schloss Solitude that fellows of all disciplines are enabled to work and research free of daily pressures and presentation deadlines. Despite this, the Akademie offers the possibility to communicate and present projects to the public. Besides the realisation of numerous public events, the category Projects &Publications on this website allows international visibility of fellows and their projects and creates space for new digital projects.
Stuttgart, Germany · No Classification
In the center we humans. Since September 18, 1979, our world has changed radically, and digitization has covered almost all areas of our lives. Ars Electronica’s philosophy has remained the same over the years. Our activities are always guided by the question of what new technologies mean for our lives. Together with artists, scientists, developers, designers, entrepreneurs and activists, we shed light on current developments in our digital society and speculate about their manifestations in the future. We never ask what technology can or will be able to do, but always what it should do for us. And we don’t try to adapt to technology, but we want the development of technology to be oriented towards us. Therefore, our artistic research always focuses on ourselves, our needs, our desires, our feelings.
Linz, Austria · No Classification
The critical challenges of the 21st century require mobilization and cross-fertilization among the domains of art, science and technology. Leonardo fosters collaborative explorations both nationally and internationally by facilitating interdisciplinary projects and documenting and disseminating information about interdisciplinary practice.
Oakland, CA · Non-Profit
BioArt Society is a Helsinki-based association developing, producing and facilitating activities around art and natural sciences with an emphasis on biology, ecology and life sciences. It runs SOLU Space, an artistic laboratory and platform for art, science and society in Katajanokka, Helsinki, and - together with the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki - Ars Bioarctica, an art & science program with focus on the sub-arctic environment. Bioart Society was established in May 2008 and it currently has 127 members from Finland and other countries.
Helsinki, Finland · Non-Profit
Art Loves Science Foundation is a non-profit organization with a clear mission of fostering Science through the love of Art. Our overall goal is to bring the art enthusiast philanthropists and the scientists together, so that we can enhance collaborative research and generate opportunities for young scientists to emerge.
USA · Non-Profit
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences "is both an honorary society that recognizes and celebrates the exellence of its members and an independet research center convening leaders from across disciplines, professions, and perspectives to address significant challenges."
Cambridge, MA · Academic
Science and the Arts presents programs in theatre, art, music, and dance that bridge the worlds of art and science. Our events at The Graduate Center are free, unless noted.
New York City, NY · Academic
Founded in 1989 within the College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), the STUDIO serves as a locus for hybrid enterprises on the CMU campus, the Pittsburgh region, and internationally. Our current emphasis on new-media arts builds on more than three decades of experience hosting interdisciplinary artists in an environment enriched by world-class science and engineering departments.
Pittsburgh, PA · Academic
Groundwater Arts shapes, stewards, and seeds a just future through creative practice, consultation, and community building.
USA · Non-Profit
Getting a PhD in the arts is now possible in Limburg. It can be done in MERIAN, a collaboration in the area of artistic research between Zuyd Hogeschool, Maastricht University and the Jan van Eyck Academie. MERIAN (the Maastricht Experimental Research In and through the Arts Network) is an environment in which selected PhD candidates from all artistic and academic disciplines can pursue Maastricht-style artistic research.
The Netherlands · No Classification