Media Art, Digital Culture & Technology: A Lecture at Kunstcafé 55Plus
During this lecture at Kunstcafé, curator, art critic, writer and project leader of the Mediakunst op Wikipedia project at LIMA Sanneke Huisman traces the origins of video art and its development into media art.
Wikipedia Writing Workshop at Upstream Gallery
Do you want to learn the ins and outs of writing for Wikipedia? We’ll teach you how it works! Join our free writing workshops and contribute to the visibility of female media artists.
LIMA Presents: New Work - Kent Chan, Ghita Skali, Frederique Pisuisse and Eoghan Ryan
LIMA is proud to present new works in the collection!
Make Media Art Visible! Join Writing for Wikipedia
Do you want to learn the ins and outs of writing for Wikipedia? We’ll teach you how it works! Join our free writing workshops and contribute to the visibility of media artists.
Writing Workshop with Wikimedian Stella van Ginkel
Would you like to (learn to) write for Wikipedia and contribute to the visibility of media artists? Join us for a writing workshop!
Media Art Meetup: Wikipedia Writing Workshop
Do you want to help bring attention to media artists and learn how to write articles on Wikipedia? Sign up for the free workshop!
27/06/2022 to 27/07/2022
Opening 'Walk With Me' by Jonas Lund on distant.gallery
LIMA is proud to host the online solo show 'Walk With Me' by Jonas Lund on distant.gallery, the global online gallery and social medium currently run by Constant Dullaart.
LIMA Presents: Barbara London
LIMA is happy to present long-time MoMA curator Barbara London to talk about her book ‘Video Art/The First Fifty Years' and screen recent works from the LIMA collection.
LIMA Presents: E- Motion, Reports from the Basement
LIMA teams up with curator Karin Post to present a screening program with video art, talks and performance on emotions.
LIMA Presents: Work + Work ≠ Work
LIMA teams up with the Association of Moving Image Archivist (AMIA) to present a series of films and video artworks on the intersection of domestic work, reproductive labor, and the positioning of artistic endeavours in relation to the working body.