eCulture Convention
Written in the foreground: eCulture Convention. Below the lines stand the sentences: the economic and cultural impacts of the digital age. Stuttgart Spt 15 until 17 21.
The Economic and Cultural impacts of the Digital Age
Wed, 15.09.2021 – Fri, 17.09.2021

eCulture Convention is a plattform for experts from around the world to discuss developments in art, culture, and economy, and thus create a basis for future research and projects at the interface of science, economy, and art.

From September 15–17, 2021, eCulture Convention will take place under the motto »The Economic and Cultural Impacts of the Digital Age« both at the High Performance Computing Center (HLRS) Stuttgart and via livestream. The convention explores the opportunities that current trends in art, culture, and the economy offer for future research at the intersection of digital technologies and the arts.

The event will also celebrate the start of the Research and Creation Center for Computational Based Art, Culture, and Economy, which will connect young creators with high-tech tools and industrial partners to help them develop their ideas and build knowledge.

The eCulture Convention is open to the public and free of charge. Registration and proof of vaccination, recovery, or negative test results (no older than 24 hours) are required to attend individual sections on-site at HLRS Stuttgart.

To register:

The event will also be broadcast live. The livestream will be available on the eCulture Convention web presence:


    • Digital-Human Convergence
    • Computing and the Humanities
    • Experiments in Art and Economic
    • Trust – des-information & technology

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