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>>>26.11.2013

Think BETA Workshop Bremen

>>>28./29.08.2013

Think BETA Workshop Brede and Kopenhagen

>>>28.-30.05.2013

Think BETA Workshop Moskau

>>>14.04.2013

Annual International Think BETA Symposium 2013 Bremen

>>>June 2012 – February 2013

Think BETA Workshop Reihe in Bremen, Bocholt, Danzig, Riga, Kopenhagen, Helsinki, Montreal and New York.

>>>March, April and June 2012

artMuse Internationale Zukunftswerkstatt findet in Bitola und Gdansk statt

>>>28.02.2012

The artists‘ colony Worpswede now represents itself via the mobile information system eMuse, created by M2C and the GfG (Gruppe für Gestaltung).

>>>28.02.2012

The Heimathafen is „eMused“: the cross-medial location campaign of the GfG was decorated by the Deutscher Designer Club. The eMuse mobile information system, which has been developed together with the M2C, was awarded the bronze medal in the category marketing and communication – congratulations!

>>>28.02.2012

The artMuse – International Future workshop of the M2C Institute takes place in Bitola in 06.2012 and in Gdansk in 04.2012.

>>>28.02.2012

The artMuse – International Media Art Festival of the M2C Institute takes place in Bitola in 03.2012.

>>>23.02.2012

The directors of the M2C Institute, Martin Koplin and Helmut Eirund, have been appointed anew as researchers in residence of the BxmC, New York University.

>>>21.02.2012

Martin Koplin (M2C Institute) and Carl Skelton (BxmC of New York University) will offer joint courses at the University of Applied Sciences Bremen in 2012.

>>>30.01.2012

ThinkBETA – Evolution of Smart Cities. The think tank funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research continues its work: objectives are the promotion of innovative research and development of technologies, the networking and optimization of methodologies and new municipal and local services.

>>>28.10.2011

Think BETA – Participation in the Evolution of Smart Cities International Symposium Bremen 11.2011.

>>>22.07.2011

»Farbe im Fluss« – mobilized: The Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen’s museum of modern art, shows the anniversary exposition »Farbe im Fluss«, also available as eMuse mobile information system, a cooperative project of M2C and GfG.

>>>22.07.2011

Lecture by Martin Koplin "Think BETA – Evolution of Smart Cities", as chair in the panel "Think BETA", ISEA2011 Conference, Sabanci University Istanbul.

>>>22.07.2011

Lecture by Martin Koplin "artMUSE goes MaX – how virtual exhibition technologies arise media art in Europe", ISEA2011 Conference, Sabanci University Istanbul.

>>>22.07.2011

Publication by Martin Koplin, Helmut Eirund, et.al. „MaX – Museums at Public Access and Participation. Die Zukunft der Medialisierung und Vernetzung von europäischen Museen.“ In (edt.), Deutscher Museumsbund, Dr. Volker Rodekamp: Museumskunde. Band 76, Heft 1: Interdisziplinarität. Berlin, August 2011. ISSN 0027-4178

>>>23.05.2011 Workshop Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk: art&science project-design

>>>24.05.2011 Think BETA Panel at the International Conference: Towards the Third Culture.

>>>14.-18.09.2011 Think BETA Panel at the International ISEA2011 Conference Instanbul

ThinkBETA – Evolution of Smart Cities. The objectives of the think tank funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research are the promotion of innovative research and development of technologies and the networking of methodologies and new services.

Areas of operation are the future technical-cultural (mass player-) infrastructures for the urban development of smart cities and the optimization of municipal and local services as well as urban art: University of Applied Sciences Bremen, DE / Kristianstad University College Sweden / The National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen, DK /  Brooklyn Experimental Media Center of the Polytechnic Institute of the New York University, USA / Bremen Centre for Urban Development Policy / The Bremen Senate for Environment, Urban Development, Mobility and Europe / Riga Technical University, Lettland / Gdanska Galeria Miejeska, Danzig / Centrum Sztuki Wspolczesnej – Laznia, Danzig / Gdansk University of Technology, Danzig / Jacobs University, Bremen / East China Normal University, Shanghai.

>>>14. – 16.04.2011, Gent, Belgien

MaX – Museums at Access and Public Participation: „International EU Workshop: Participative Media“. Nordwolle Delmenhorst - Nordwestdeutsches Museum für IndustrieKultur, DE / University of Applied Sciences Bremen, DE / National Polytechnic Museum, Sofia, BG / The National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen, DK / LWL Industriemuseum Textilmuseum in Bocholt, DE / Vereniging voor Industriële Archeologie en Textiel (Association of the MIAT Museum), Gent, BE.

>>> 15.03.2011, Delmenhorst

MaX – Museums at Access and Public Participation: presentation of the first European Corner by Martin Koplin and Helmut Eirund at a press conference in the Nordwolle Delmenhorst – Nordwestdeutsches Museum für IndustrieKultur.

>>>09. – 12.02.2011, New York City, US

BETAVILLE – Martin Koplin from the M2C Institute and Carl Skelton from the Polytechnic Institute/ NYU are chairs and speakers of the panel "Beyond Participation: Towards Massively Collaborative Worlds of Art" on the CAA's 99th Annual Conference in New York City.

>>>13. – 15.01.2011, Bremen

ThinkBETA – Evolution of Smart Cities. The objectives of the think tank funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research are the promotion of innovative research and development of technologies and the networking of methodologies and new services.

Areas of operation are the future technical-cultural (mass player-) infrastructures for the urban development of smart cities and the optimization of municipal and local services as well as urban art: University of Applied Sciences Bremen, DE / Kristianstad University College Sweden / The National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen, DK /  Brooklyn Experimental Media Center of the Polytechnic Institute of the New York University, USA / Bremen Centre for Urban Development Policy / The Bremen Senate for Environment, Urban Development, Mobility and Europe / Riga Technical University, Lettland / Gdanska Galeria Miejeska, Danzig / Centrum Sztuki Wspolczesnej – Laznia, Danzig / Gdansk University of Technology, Danzig / Jacobs University, Bremen / East China Normal University, Shanghai.

>>>01.12.2010, Bremen

BETAVILLE and MaX – EXPO2010 Shanghai "live" in Bremen: Martin Koplin presents the research projects Betaville and MaX and his experiences with cooperating with East China Normal University, Shanghai in the House of the Sciences, Bremen.

>>>09.-10.11.2010 Bremen

koopstadt-Workshop „Technologiestandorte als Transformationsmotoren“ and „Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft“. Topic: „Ökonomische Innovation und kreative Milieus“: "BETAVILLE" and ThinkBETA in the House of the Sciences, Bremen.

>>>21. – 23.10.2010, New York City, US

BETAVILLE Workshop – the M2C Institute and teh Polytechnic Institute of New York University jointly conduct a workshop in New York City.

>>>30.09 – 03.10.2010, Sofia

MaX – Museums at Access and Public Participation: „International EU Workshop: Participative Media“. The EU-funded project aims at cultural exchange, technical innovation and novel options for vistors’ participation: Nordwolle Delmenhorst - Nordwestdeutsches Museum für IndustrieKultur, DE / University of Applied Sciences Bremen, DE / National Polytechnic Museum, Sofia, BG / The National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen, DK / LWL Industriemuseum Textilmuseum in Bocholt, DE / Vereniging voor Industriële Archeologie en Textiel (Association of the MIAT Museum), Gent, BE.

>>>21.-26.09.2010 Shanghai, VRC

EXPO2010 Shanghai – Science Days: the M2C Institute presents the research projects BETAVILLE and MaX.

>>>20.-29.08.2010 Dortmund

ISEA2010 RUHR Conference – 16th International Symposium on Electronic Art: P53 Algorithmic Topology: Martin Koplin, Carl Skelton, Helmut Eirund and Thorsten Teschke give lectures on their research in the BETAVILLE project.

>>>18.-20.06.2010 Karlsruhe

ZKM Symposium – Global Studies: the Arts and Visual Media today. Symposium of the ZKM-summer school. Barbara Wolner from the M2C Institute gives a lecture on: MaX – Museums at Access and Public Participation.

 

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