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UNESCO Digital Arts Award

The award aims to promote digital art as an innovative and artistic reflection on our information society.

It forms a special category of the UNESCO Prize for the Promotion of the Arts, rewarding young emerging artists for outstanding creative achievements that answer to the ideals of master painter Kaii Higashiyama who ten years ago created this Prize within UNESCO.

  • The UNESCO Digital Arts Award 2007 in association with the Sharjah Biennial 8

  • The UNESCO Digital Arts Award 2006 in association with the Monaco Dance Forum

  • The UNESCO Digital Arts Award 2005City and Creative Media, in association with Art Center NABI, Republic of Korea

  • The UNESCO Digital Arts Award 2004 in association with the 12th International Symposium of Electronic Arts (ISEA 2004)

  • The UNESCO Digital Arts Award 2003, Digital Pluralism, in association with IAMAS, Japan

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