EASTN-DC Consortium

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EASTN-DC Countries


The EASTN-DC project builds on the strength of a long-standing European partnership.
The aim is to extend it considerably in terms of consortium, objectives, means of action and impact, in order to establish a European network on a sustainable basis on the theme of digital creativity by combining artistic dimensions, scientific and technological, pedagogical, dissemination and valorisation.
The construction of the EASTN-DC consortium and actions focuses on :

  1. Agile collaboration between the 5 clusters : Research - Creation - Pedagogy - Diffusion - Valorisation ;
  2. The three burning issues of re-tangibility, formats, and technology-philia-phobia.


EASTN-DC Partners

EASTN-DC brings together 17 partners, including 14 from 10 European countries and 3 from countries outside Europe.
The partners were chosen by the EASTN-DC consortium for their complementarity in relation to :

  • the 5 clusters : Research - Creation - Pedagogy - Diffusion - Valorisation,
  • the variety of artistic fields they cover,
  • the originality of their core business and know-how,
  • the types of institutions,
  • their experience in collaborative projects,
  • the variety of their audiences and collaborators,
  • the cultures and histories of their countries in the Art-Science-Technology context.

Coordination : ACROE

Partners :
ACROE, Grenoble, France
Grenoble INP, Grenoble, France
Cardiff School of Art and Design, Cardiff, Royaume-Uni
ZKM, Karlsruhe, Allemagne
MisoMusicPortugal, Lisbonne, Portugal
Ionian University, Corfou, Grèce
Aalborg University, Copenhague, Danemark
The Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Stockholm, Royaume-Uni
iMAL, Bruxelles, Belgique
OpenUp Music, Bristol, Royaume Uni
Ljudmila, Ljubjana, Slovenie
SMAC de Romans, Romans-sur-Isère, France
Cuneo Conservatorio, Cuneo, Italie
University of Manchester, Manchester, Royaume-Uni
Stanford University, Stanford, Etats Unis
McGill University, Montréal, Canada
UFMG, Belo Horizonte, Brésil

EASTN-DC Personnalities

Claude Cadoz et Annie Luciani (directeurs de l’ACROE),
Iannis Zannos (Directeur de département AVArts de l’IU),
Ludger Brümmer (Directeur de l’Institut Musique et Acoustique du ZKM),
Yves Bernard (Fondateur et directeur de iMAL),
Chris Chafe (Directeur du CCRMA de Stanford),
Mauricio Loureiro (Professeur en technologies de la musique),
Miguel Azguime (Directeur de MisoMusic),
Amar Soualmi (Directeur de la SMAC de Romans),
Alenka Pirman (Cofondatrice de Ljudmila),
Ricardo Climente (Directeur de NOVARS),
Bill Burson (Directeur de l’institut de Composition de KMH).
Stefania Serafin (Aalborg Univ.),
Daniel Overholt (Aalborg Univ.),
Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos (CSAD),
Olivia Kotsifa (CSAD), Nicolas Castagné (Grenoble – INP),
Jérôme Villeneuve (ACROE),
Barry Farrimond (OpenUpMusic),
Luka Frelih (Ljudmila) Tina Malina (Ljudmila),
Yanick Antoine (iMAL),
Giuseppe Gavazza (Conservatoire de Cuneo),
David Mouillon (Romans),
Apostolos Loufopoulos (Ionian U.),
David Berezan (U. of Manchester).