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Supporting DigiArts Africa
 Where is DigiArts in the process?
UNESCO Digi-Arts has been running since 2003 internationally but recently the Africa Network has gained increased attention. 

  UNESCO©The Trinity Session
In collaboration with the Trinity Session in Johannesburg DigiArts has
• researching digital art, culture and technology in Africa
• strategising how the Network can run effectively in Africa
• conducting network meetings with key players
• generating awareness and support both in Africa & abroad

How can you support the network?

Support in any form is welcomed.

Small scale: every bit of support helps - hardware, software - even ideas.

Medium - Large: DigiArts is also looking for long term relationships with large scale investors for ongoing financial support for the administrative running of the network.
Email: digiart@unesco.org

Network overview:
Who is it for and why join?
How will it work?
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