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Dear friends of THE ARTS+,

Behind the scenes at THE ARTS+, planning is in full swing. You can find all our updates and news on our social media channels, blog and of course here in the newsletter. And for those of you who want to be a part of it: Get your ticket to THE ARTS+ 2018 in Frankfurt here.

In the coming weeks and months, I will also be on the road beyond the festival, discussing the topic of artificial  intelligence and creativity: At aperto/IBM in Berlin on 6 June, the Art Director’s Club in Düsseldorf on 7 June, Berlin’s Pfefferberg Theater for “Literatur Live” on 11 June and at the Museum Angewandte Kunst for the “Frankfurt Machine Talk” on 16 June. Perhaps I’ll see you there?

Kindest regards,
Holger Volland
Together with Deutsche Designer Club e.V. (DDC) and the Museum Angewandte Kunst, we would like to invite you to an event in the foyer of the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt on 16 June 2018. Entitled “Frankfurt Machine Talk: Creative Machines – How Are Culture and Creativity Changing?”, Prof Georg-Christof Bertsch, IT architect Mark Mattingley-Scott, museum director Matthias Wagner and THE ARTS+ founder Holger Volland will discuss how digital technology is influencing culture and creativity. Read more about the event and how to get your ticket. »
A glance into the future
How will our cultural heritage be preserved in the future and by whom? And, as a rule, what should be preserved for the future?
Questions like these are at the heart of THE ARTS+ festival programme. Keynote speeches, case studies, interactive panel discussions, guided tours and matchmaking events are dedicated to exploring a forward-looking approach both to our historical cultural heritage as well as to the evidence of our current times. Read more here. »
  Photo: Anett Weirauch/THE ARTS+
Let’s get together and discuss
Technology, Culture, Politics and Business – these are the four pillars of the creative and cultural industries. Professionals from these fields will come together at THE ARTS+ in Frankfurt to discuss the challenges of digitalisation and the opportunities that new technologies present. Among other topics, this year’s edition will focus on the cultural heritage of tomorrow. Learn more. »
  Photo: Holger Volland/THE ARTS+
This year, at the Frankfurter Buchmesse (10-14 October), 3,000 square metres in Hall 4.1 will once again be dedicated to the themes of innovation, interaction and inspiration. Would you like to present your ground-breaking products or services for the future of the culture and creative industries to THE ARTS+ visitors? Then register your Gallery Stand, Business Hub or own individually designed stand now. Information about other opportunities to participate is also available here »
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