In 1995, Werkleitz has launched the grant programme EMARE (European Media Artists in Residence Exchange) which with several European partner institutions has awarded up to eight EMARE grants for media artists per year since. The European Media Art Network (EMAN) brings together European media art institutions in research, production, presentation and distribution and prolongs and expands therewith the work of the European Media Artists in Residence Exchange (EMARE) Programme. Since 2012 by support of the European Union exchange has been made possible beyond the European frontiers to the particular partner countries:
From 2018 to 2021 EMAN expands again with the help of the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union to the European Media Art Platform with 10 members all over Europe. Further information about the artist in residence exchange programme as well as a complete overview of all grand holders can be found on emare.eu.
European Media Art Network / European Media Artists in Residence Exchange with Australia Canada (EMARE AUS CDN) 2014-2015 is going to present move on – new media art from Australia, Canada and Europe: Residencies, research, production, conferences, exhibitions in Australia, Canada and Europe.
The European Media Art Network in partnership with the Goethe Institute and overseas partners in Australia and Canada provide residencies 2014 - 2015 in Australia, Canada, England, Germany, France and the Netherlands with support of the European Commission’s Culture 2013 Programme.
Project partners 2014–15
- Queensland University of Technology (QUT), QUT Precinct, Brisbane
- Experimenta Biennial of Media Art in Melbourne
- University of Technology Sydney (UTS) / Creativity & Cognition Studios
- Productions Réalisations Indépendantes de Montréal (PRIM)
- OBORO, Montréal
- Images Festival, Toronto
European Media Art Network (EMAN)