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United Kingdom - 23 BBC screens across the UK; Birkbeck University of London, School of History of Art and Screen Media; FACT [Foundation for Art and Creative Technology] Liverpool, United Kingdom HERE

Milan, Italy, Piazza Duomo - ongoing exhibition of Streaming Museum exhibitions of contemporary artists, and Milan's official celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall with military parade; Venice Biennial exhibition with Zayed University at Chiostro del Museo Diocesano, Sala Sant’ Apollonia, San Marco HERE Bucharest, Romania - Cocor MediaChannel HERE

Berlin, German - for 25th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall HERE Momentum Worldwide gallery exhibition, Connecting Cities conference HERE

Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Greenland HERE

Nordic Outbreak international touring exhibition HERE

Ongoing programs of Streaming Museum touring exhibitions and programs with curator Torill Haugen in Kvinesdal, Norway HERE Highlights: A View From The Cloud, an immersive visual and sound art exhibition HERE Beathe C. Roenning exhibition HERE Miguel Chevalier's multi-sensory interactive art Fractal Flowers HERE

ArtHelsinki International Contemporary Art Event, Finland at Messukeskus Expo and Convention Center, Helsinki, Finland. Streaming Museum presents "A View From The Cloud" an exhibition of leading digital artists, conference and public program on Art and Digital Technology. Guest participants Humanoid Robot Bina48 and artist Claire Jervert featuring her "Android Portraits" HERE

Athens, Greece - The National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) HERE

Tina B. Contemporary Art Festival, Prague, Czechoslovakia

Photograph by Harrison Judd: Fragile, a Tina B. public art installation by Jenny Marketou

tina b. Prague Contemporary Art Festival, Czechoslovakia, Founding Director, Monika Burian Streaming Museum exhibition New Era: The Middle East in October 2009 HERE We Write This To You From The Distant Future in October 2010 HERE

Split Film Festival / International Festival of New Film in Split, Croatia

Streaming Museum has participated in several Split Film Festivals. The festival participated in the global tour of Nordic Outbreak's Bjork in Times Square moving image work HERE The Festival is the oldest (founded 1996) and in many ways the most important international annual film / media manifestation in Croatia. The festival takes place every September in Split, an ancient town located on the Adriatic Coast of Croatia. From its very beginning, the festival has been promoting all innovative, personal, experimental, radical, subversive work (film, video and new media) of all genres, styles and lengths, preferably from outside the mainstream, whether involving traditional film techniques or the latest technology of electronic digital image. The screenings take place in several cinemas in the old part (”downtown”) of Split: Cinema Karaman, Cinemateque Zlatna Vrata and Cinema Central. The main festival location is ”Dom mladezi”. Director, Branko Karabatić

Espacio Enter Festival, Tenerife Espacio de Las Artes (TEA), Tenerife Canary Island, Spain

Streaming Museum presented exhibitions annually (2010-13) in programs of ESPACIO ENTER, a project created and directed by ARTECHMEDIA, a non-profit international cultural organization founded and directed by the artists Montse Arbelo and Joseba Franco. Programs take place at the Tenerife Espacio de Las Artes, designed by architects Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron. ARTECHMEDIA is a non-profit international cultural organization founded and directed by the artists Montse Arbelo and Joseba Franco. Its aims are the creation, organization, promotion and direction of different events for the development of the Arts and the Digital Culture, to prompt and to fortify the alliance among Art, Science, Technology, Innovation and the Society, the cross debate, the reflection and the elaboration of proposals and contents by means of the philosophy of open code, that impact positively in the creation of the Knowledge Society.

ARTECHMEDIA is a Meeting Platform for all sectors linked to art and new media for reflecting upon, analysing and debating across disciplines for the preparation of proposals related to cultural policy, coordination and optimisation of resources, artistic production and research and their promotion at a global level. On November 8, 2012 Streaming Museum presented Revenge of the Dead Indians: In Memoriam John Cage by Henning Lohner.


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