Established in 2005, Digicult is one of the main platforms investigating the impact of digital technologies and science on art, design and contemporary culture. Digicult is an independent editorial project which curates exhibitions, workshops, publications, meetings and develops educational activities. It offers tools for digital publishing and communication strategies for art and culture. It partners with some of the main international institutions and festivals and is part of The Leonardo Affiliate Program 


The web portal

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One the most important international online platforms about digital art & culture, Digicult daily collects and publishes articles, news about events, exhibitions, festivals, professional calls, book publications, interviews and critical in-depth articles related to the impact of digital technologies on art, design and contemporary culture. More than 2000 articles that have been produced by Digicult since 2005 are collected in its archive, providing a unique and free online resource for researchers, academics, scholars or simply aficionados.

Browse the website

 

The Network

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Digicult is based on the active participation of over 50 professionals that represent an international network of selected educators, journalists, curators, artists, theorists, practitioners and critics with a track record of research, academic and professional practice in the fields of contemporary digital arts, design and culture.

If you want to know more about our authors

 

The Agency

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The Digicult Agency produces and curates curate art exhibitions, events, workshops, educational activities, catalogues, books, lectures and round tables, giving even consultancy about cultural marketing & communication strategies, and digital publishing tools. Digicult Agency involves Digicult Network members for their backgrounds, studies and professional experiences.

Check projects from the Agency

 

The Journal

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Digimag Journal is an interdisciplinary online publication seeking high-standard articles and reviews that focus on the impact of the last technological and scientific developments on art, design and contemporary society. Following the former Digimag Magazine (72 issues in over 7 years), Digimag Journal is a meta-publication that mixes readers and audiences, and mirrors the ever-changing society in which we are living. It is based on quarterly open call for papers and published by Digicult Editions

Have a look at the Digimag past issues

 

Digicult Editions

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Digicult Editions is the publishing initiative of the Digicult project, whose goal is to be active in the publication of the Digimag Journal, but also critical and theoretical books and essays commissioned to international authors, university thesis of special interest, publications edited in collaboration with other national and international publishers, conference proceedings and classes materials connected to educational activities, as well as peer-reviewed publications with institutional partners.  Digicult Edition uses all the tools of a contemporary digital publishing: Print on demand, Epub, Mobi, Pdf and internet previews.

Check our publications on Digicult Editions

 

Acknowledgements

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Digicult and the Digimag Journal are listed into the major international academic online archives, including MIT WorldCat, Schweizerisches Institut für Kunstwissenschaft SIK-ISEA and Rhizome. Digicult was included in the publication “Cultural Blogging in Europe” by Lab for Culture.org and in the book “Web Design Index by Content” by Pepin Press. Digicult part of  The Leonardo Affiliate Program.

 
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