NTNUs Art and Technology Task Force champions research and artistic excellence by exploring the potential of cross-disciplinary collaboration in the fields of art(s), humanities and technology within the frame of the university and in collaboration with external partners. Our main aim is to foster innovative research involved while simultaneously producing cutting edge artworks and creative practices.

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NTNU ARTEC is coordinating NTNUs engagements in Adressaparken as a platform for art and technology research and expressions
NTNU ARTEC is coordinating an annual  Artist in Residence program 
NTNU ARTEC is actively participating and seeking collaborations in Horizon2020    
NTNU ARTEC has the scientific and administrative coordination of NTNU participation in DARIAH-EU    
NTNU ARTEC is collaborating with Kunsthall Trondheim    
NTNU ARTEC is collaborating with NxtMedia
NTNU ARTEC is collaborating with Technoport

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Apply to the open call for STARTS artistic residencies


The call for Artists will open September 10.

The STARTS Residencies programme aims to support and fund artistic residencies that bring original artistic contributions to technology-based projects. During each STARTS Residency, a Tech Project collaborates with an Artist, leading to the creation of an original artwork, and the development of the innovative aspects of the tech research. A grant (up to 30 000€) is awarded to the Artist of each STARTS Residency as a contribution to their involvement in the residencies programme. A residency can also be supported by a Producer. Read more