Fifty years after Media Art first emerged as a named area of inquiry, the Media Arts have become a well-established vehicle for artistic, scientific and technological expression, as well as for social critique and policy reform. Today, Media Art is presented worldwide at conferences, festivals, and museums.
Several of the world’s premier digital cultural heritage organizations are MediaAC Associate Partners, including, but not limited to –
- Conferences and festivals like: the Media Art Histories Conference, Ars Electronica, Impakt, and transmediale
- Exhibiting institutions like: ZKM Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, ArtScience Museum Singapore and FACT Liverpool.
- Digital Archives like: Europeana, Archive of Digital Art and imai.
- Publishing and creative hubs like: neural magazine, iii and monochrom
ADA, the ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL ART (the former Database of Virtual Art)