(up to 43.000.- Euro each)

MEDIA ARTS CULTURES Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Erasmus+ - European 
Master of Excellence


Call for applications for 2022 intake

Regular acceptance and Erasmus + scholarships or Consortium scholarship  2022. 
Intake deadline: January 9th, 2022<>

Media Arts Cultures is organized jointly by: Danube University Krems (Austria, 
lead), Aalborg University (Denmark), University of Lodz (Poland), and Lasalle 
College of the Arts (Singapore).

Associated Partners: Archive of Digital Art, Ars Electronica Linz, 
ArtSciMuseum, DAM, Europeana,

FACT, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Instrument Inventors

Initiative, imai, Impakt Festival, MOCAK, monochrome, Neural Magazine, 

Media Arts Cultures is a 2-year mobility program, enabling students to study 
across Europe and in Asia. Students spend three semesters at different 
universities, complete an internship at a Consortium Associated Partner, and 
write a master thesis at the best-suited partner during the final semester. 
Upon completion, students receive a 120 ECTS joint master degree in Media Arts 
Cultures from three universities. Graduates may further pursue a PhD within 
Europe or other international higher education regions as well as choose to 
enter the world of work in the creative and cultural sector.

Securing early acceptance to the program enables applicants to submit materials 
to a wide selection of scholarship opportunities: external-funding 
scholarships, Erasmus+ fully-funded scholarships, and MediaAC Consortium 
scholarships with Erasmus+ mobility bursaries.

The MediaAC Consortium invites dedicated and dynamic applicants from all 
countries and all relevant fields of study and experience to apply.

MediaAC is one of the few culture-centered Erasmus Mundus programs, and the 
only program connecting culture to the media arts. Digital media art plays a 
major role at international festivals and in contemporary culture. But, in part 
due to the obsolescence of presentation equipment and storage formats, media 
art has not yet fully arrived in archives and museums. The collection, 
exhibition, and conservation strategies of digital art, as well as their 
mediation, are necessary for the modernization of the creative and cultural 

The joint Master of Arts MediaAC aims to generate a better understanding of the 
image revolution. It addresses the needs of the evolving fields related to the 
futures and histories of Media Art Cultures. MediaAC provides education and 
training for future specialists in Media Arts Cultures and prepares them for 
emerging careers in the creative and cultural sectors, research, and academia. 
Selected topics, such as Media Cultural Histories, Digital Heritage, Archiving, 
Experience Design, Media Arts Theory, New Media Aesthetics, Infrastructures of 
Digital Cultures, Long Time Preservation, Curating&Arts Management, or Media 
Arts Futures provide students both internationally-advanced theoretical as well 
as practical knowledge in the Media Arts, through a singular combination of 
pedagogical foci, trans-disciplinary approaches, and critical thinking in 
connection to the needs of both academic and non-academic stakeholders.

The language of instruction is English and includes classroom teaching, 
internships, and a master thesis supervised by lecturers from the partner 

MediaAC faculty include: Andreas BROECKMANN, Wendy COONES, Palle DAHLSTEDT, 
Steven DIXON, Oliver GRAU, Jens HAUSER, Elizabeth JOCHUM, Sarah KENDERDINE, 
Ryszard W. KLUSZCZYŃSKI, Lev MANOVICH, Wolfgang MUENCH, Maciej OŻÓG, Christiane 
PAUL, Ana PERAICA, Katarzyna PRAJZNER, Jeffrey SHAW, Morten SØNDERGAARD, Audrey 
WONG, Jon CATES, Francesco FRANCO, Patricia FALCAO, Tamillo THIEL, Andrés 
BURBANO, Marian DÖRK and many others.

Contact: Media Arts Culture Consortium<>


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