Members

Current EMAN/EMARE Members

20182021
RIXC (Riga)
20182021
M-Cult (Helsinki)
20182021
Kontejner (Zagreb)
20182021
20172021
20182021
FACT (Liverpool)
20102021
20062021
19952021
Bandits-Mages (Bourges)
20102021

History

Werkleitz Media Art Centre Saxony-Anhalt, Hull Time-Based Arts and the Intermedia Department of the Hungarian Academy jointly initiated the first European Media Artists in Residence Exchange (EMARE) in 1995. Since then, EMARE has developed under the auspices of different partner organizations and funding bodies, and to date has commissioned more than 150 new media art works throughout Europe.

In 2007, with the support of the European Union's 'Culture 2007-2013' programme, four key European media art institutions – IMPAKT (Holland), InterSpace (Bulgaria), VIVID (Great Britain) and Werkleitz (Germany) – went on to create the European Media Art Network (EMAN). Within the framework of the 'European Media Artists in Residence Exchange' programme (EMARE), this new network annually awards production grants to outstanding European media artists. EMAN furthermore serves research into and the production, presentation and distribution of media art in Europe.

Former EMAN/EMARE Members

HeK
20162017
19951996
19952004
19971997
19991999
20062009
20082009

Former Funding Bodies

European Commission / Programme Kaleidoscope
Ministry of Cultural Affairs Saxony-Anhalt
Film Funding Saxony-Anhalt
Regional Municipality of Centre, France
City of Liverpool
Arts Council of England
Yorkshire & Humberside Arts
New Media Scotland
Dutch Ministry for Science and Culture
Soros Foundation
EVM Magdeburg
British Council Berlin
Goethe Institute Budapest
Goethe Institute Manchester
Goethe Institute Glasgow
City of Utrecht