The "ripples", or "Communication activity", allow the sharing of actions and results of the project, their transmission, appropriation and perpetuation by the greatest number.


EASTN-DC Inauguration | 14 November 2017

Officially launched in Brussels on 4 October 2017 by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), the European Network Art Science Technologies for Digital Creativity met in Grenoble from 13 to 17 November 2017.
The inauguration of the European network EASTN-DC took place Tuesday, November 14 at 18:30 in the presence of European partners and in the presence of:

• Corinne Bernard, Deputy Mayor for Culture, Grenoble,
• Francie Mégevand, Vice President for Culture, Grenoble-Alpes Métropole,
• Pascal Brunet, Director of Relais Culture Europe.

EASTN-DC Manchester | 25-30 JUNE 2018


Celebrate innovations in digital media with concerts, installations, workshops, AR/VR and discussions with media industry partners from around Europe.
The European Art - Science - Technology Network (EASTN) for Digital Creativity is a project that emerged from several European institutions involved in research, technology development, creation and education in the field of technologies applied to artistic creation. At European Level, this network is coordinated by ACROE (Grenoble, France) and supported by the Culture Program of the European Union (2017-2021). NOVARS Research Centre (MUSIC) at the University of Manchester is one of the 14 European Institutions involved in the EASTN-DC Network and the first to organise a large scale event.

Video Credits: Kieran Hanson (concept and design) and Valeria Luongo (footage and interviews)