DIGITAL KREATIVCAMPUS.RUHR

Increasing digitality holds a lot of opportunities and challenges for the arts and creative industries. In the following you can find our digital contributions in the form of podcasts, workshops, video interviews and keynotes to approach topics like virtual spaces, immersion, legal framework for artists in the digital sphere and the importance of networks and future orientated projects in the cultural and creative sector.

Programme
© What if
Founder and host of events like Fuck Up Night Ruhr and projects like STARTUPREMOTE (digital platform for founders) or whatifevent (career choice...
Kreativcampus.RuhrInterview2021
© CMG
18.03.21 | 14:00 – 15:30 h | 25 participants
Kreativcampus.Ruhrworkshoplive2021
© Rütten und Stolzer
A talk with the duo Lex Rütten & Jana Kerima Stolzer about their project ''Pawāaraibu – filling the vacuum'', their fellowship from the Academy for...
Kreativcampus.RuhrInterview2021
© Sebastian Linder
Setting a legal framework for the work of artists and creatives in the digital space.
Kreativcampus.RuhrInterview2021
© AHEH
The Arts & Humanities Entrepreneurship Hubs Project
Kreativcampus.Ruhrkeynote2021
© page21 / storyLabkiU
A talk with Britta Lerch and Lennart Oberscheidt about page21, an immersive art project for the development of new digital narrative worlds co-funded...
Kreativcampus.RuhrInterview2021
© Atelier Herff
Bernd Fesel on the importance of European networks for the cultural and creative industry sector.
Kreativcampus.RuhrInterview2021
© Jan Schulten
12.03.2021 | 11:00 – 12:00 h | 25 participants
Kreativcampus.Ruhrworkshoplive2021
© Farina Hamann
11.03.21 | 11:00 – 13:00 h | 25 participants
Kreativcampus.Ruhrworkshop2021
© 3D Artwork Willem Stapel
''Are you FAUX / REAL?'' is a co-production between German fashion designer Samir Duratovic and Tessa de Boer from Dutch creative studio MAISON the...
Kreativcampus.RuhrEurope20202021
© Studio Above & Below
''Aquateque'' is a project between sound artist and musician Einar Fehrholz (Oberhausen, Germany) and the artist duo Studio Above&Below (London, UK),...
Kreativcampus.RuhrEurope20202021
© open source
''It’s not my responsibility to get famous'' is a dance production about memes and how they spread as replicating ideas in a community. Magdalena Öttl...
Kreativcampus.RuhrEurope20202021
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© Alexander Hügel
In an exchange between the Why Not? Kollektiv of which the director and curator Romy Schmidt (Bochum, Germany) is a part and the artist Rojin Sharafi...
Kreativcampus.RuhrEurope20202021

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