After more than 15 years we are closing down our creative and social enterprice. We would like to thank all young professionals, students, experts, boardmembers and partners for the inspiring work ! Our gained knowledge and expertise will be transferred to - and further developed at CASE (Centre for Arts & Sciences Education).

The Ars Electronica Center in Linz invited Anne Nigten earlier this year to conduct a study to reflect upon the results of the STARTS Prize's first three editions.  She will be presenting the summary of the research during the STARTS day Wed. Sept, 9, 2020, 20:15- 20:30, for details on the program and stream:


The Patching Zone has been coaching artists initiative iii from The Hague for their multi annual grant application earlier this year, recently they received a positive advice.

Anne Nigten (Director The Patching Zone) is working on an evaluative research of the Science Technology ARTS (STARTS) Prize (2017-2019) for Ars Electronica Center in Austria.

Coming Summer Semester Anne Nigten (director The Patching Zone) works as invited professor at the Master program Interface Culture, Linz University of Arts, Department of Media in Austria.



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