Participents

THE ARTS+ works in close collaboration with our partners. Together we share the idea of evolving an international platform connecting actors of the cultural and creative business sector with IT start-ups and companies. Join our network of partners and email us: partner@theartsplus.com.

Partners and Participents

About Change Collection and About Change Ventures were founded by Christiane zu Salm, a media and publishing entrepreneur, author and art collector.
As a passionate art collector, Christiane rose to the forefront of the international art market with her About Change Collection.

Together with Holger Volland, Christiane co-founded THE ARTS+ as a platform to connect collectors, artists and galleries with technology companies.

ALDUS is the European book fair's network fostering transnational mobility of European literary works and book professionals through joint events, dedicated networking and training activities. By experimenting with new interactive and engaging events formats ALDUS aims at building capacities in the areas of internationalization, translation, digital shift and audience development, helping book professionals to develop their careers internationally. Aldus is a project co-funded by the European Union under the Creative Europe programme; it will run from June 2016 to September 2019.

Frankfurter Buchmesse as a partner of ALDUS has set up THE ARTS+ in view of the leading role of book fairs when it comes to exploring new boundaries at the intersection of culture, business, technology and politics. ALDUS will bring its European community of publishing and media professionals to THE ARTS+ and explore the role of books and book fairs when it comes to digitization and media convergence, new technologies, business models and internationalization.

Creative Europe is the European Commission's framework programme for support to the culture and audiovisual sectors. Following on from the previous Culture Programme and MEDIA programme, Creative Europe, with a budget of €1.46 billion (9% higher than its predecessors), will support Europe's cultural and creative sectors.

DG EAC and Creative Europe, the EU programme for the cultural and creative sectors 2014-2020, supports THE ARTS+ and cooperates with Frankfurter Buchmesse to build THE ARTS+ as a meeting place and a place for dialogue between policy makers and the stakeholders in the cultural and creative sectors.

Europeana is a project developed by the European Commission to digitalise and enhance digital preservation in Europe. The portal provides free access to a wide array of digital content.

Europeana is founding and programme partner of THE ARTS+. The platform co-hosts a program focussing on the future of cultural heritage. Europeana brings its international network of primarily European museums and cultural institutions to the business festival.

Europeana is a project developed by the European Commission to digitalise and enhance digital preservation in Europe. The portal provides free access to a wide array of digital content.

Together with Holger Volland, Christiane co-founded THE ARTS+ as a platform to connect collectors, artists and galleries with technology companies.

The Frankfurt Economic Development GmbH is the competent contact regarding economic developments in Frankfurt am Main - the city of advertising and of communications, of book publishing, home of the gaming industry and popular location for filming and audio recording: Frankfurt boasts superlatives across the entire media and creative industries.

The Center of Creative Industries of Wirtschaftsförderung Frankfurt connects THE ARTS+ network with thousands of creatve companies in the region and organizes business meetings as well es network opportunities.

Frankfurter Buchmesse is the world's most important fair for content publishing. It is the parent company of THE ARTS+.

The more than 10.000 journalists and bloggers from 110 countries as well as around 280.000 international visitors of Frankfurter Buchmesse have access to THE ARTS+ and built a bridge between culture, business and the arts.

Fondazione Fitzcarraldo is an independent centre for planning, research, training and documentation on cultural, arts and media management, economics and policies, at the service of those who create, practise, take part in, produce, promote and support the arts and culture. Fondazione Fitzcarraldo and ARTLAB  and THE ARTS+ share many values and visions about the future of the creative sector.

The Foundation is leading a delegation of around 30 italian creative industry companies, consultants and art institutions and will be part of an extensive exchange program.

Google Arts & Culture is an online platform to discover artworks from hundreds museums worldwide. The project was launched in 2011 by Google, in cooperation with  international museums, including the Tate Gallery, London; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City; and the Uffizi, Florence.
The platform enables users to virtually tour partner museums’ galleries, explore physical and contextual information about artworks, and compile their own virtual collection.

Google Arts & Culture is presenting the latest technologies and collections of the platform in a Lab at THE ARTS+. Live sessions and guided tours as well as expert talks with the Google Arts & Culture team built a dense program.

Media Partners