STARTS -Science +Technology +Arts -is a European initiative based on the conviction that collaborations between artists, researchers and engineers lead to disruption and mind-openness, generating more inclusive and sustainable innovation.
JOIN THE STARTS COMMUNITY!
STARTS is sustained by the STARTS Pillars that represent all the dimensions STARTS works with. Different funded projects offer complementary opportunities and services. The platform STARTS.eu aggregates all the pillars and aims at gathering the whole STARTS Ecosystem, offering specific services and functionalities to develop, strengthen and enlarge the community. Actors from all over Europe support STARTS collaborations, using their dynamism and experience to add the + that makes S T ARTS alive.
MEMBERS HAVE ACCESS TO:
A vibrant community made of hybrid talents and supporters
- A map to find other collaborators and organisations based on geographical location and expertise
- A community spacewhere you can showcase your work, follow other members and start ground-breaking discussions
Promotion and visibility for all STARTS members, artists, scientists, technologists and collaborations
- Pop-up exhibitions of STARTS artworks in prestigious places;
- Residencies days to showcase STARTS projects;
- Interviews and portraits on our communication channels;
- Public presentations in major international events;
News on the STARTS world
- The largest network in Europe for Science, Tech and Artists collaborations!
- Funding and calls opportunities for STARTS projects, as well as news on activities implemented by the different STARTS projects
STARTS.EU IS MANAGED BY:
STARTS is an initiative of the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.It was launched in 2015, following up the findings of previous activities funded by the European Commission, namely ICT&Art 2012, FET-ART, ICT ART CONNECT 2013 and ICT ART CONNECT study, whose results demonstrated the worldwide emergence of communities of hybrid collaborations among science, technology and arts and their relevance.