Thu 15 December 2016 | 9:00 am - 11:55 pm
Tel Aviv Museum of Art - Shaul HaMelech 27, Tel Aviv,
TechnoArt introduces the most anticipated technology conference of the year hosted by The Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art on December 15th 2016.
Featuring top speakers, a mixture of inspirational sessions, practical and artistic workshops. The event brings together leaders and entrepreneurs transforming the digital landscape. venture capitalists, developers and artists for in-depth fireside chats, interviews, and product demos.
Our goal is to inspire each participant with tools and skills to succeed in this rapidly changing digital landscape.
The conference will include selected keynotes speakers from companies such as Viacom, Samsung, PayPal, Howden and KPMG and disruptive tech startups. showcasing the newest startups, and an artistic shows highlighting the intersection of music, art and technology.
Learning about the way technological innovation is impacting the artistic industry and the opportunities arising in the new digital era.
The panels will also host international artists, designers and industry leaders such as: Charles Renfro (the architect who designed Moma and the Lincoln Center in NYC), Steve Greenberg (a 6-time Grammy nominee/winner, previously president of Columbia Records and the producer of some of the biggest hits of this and last year) and Suzan Calxton, SVP at Viacom Labs.
The conference agenda includes a series of panels addressing the challenges and opportunities in this evolving digital climate, included in the agenda is a panel focused on interactive content – The power behind the story.
This panels will host companies such as Iam+, Samsung, Viacom, and more who are looking to engage with content creators, technological entrepreneurs and industry leaders while presenting and promoting their brand products .
TechnoArt ( TechnoArt.org ), is the first technology startup incubator of its kind, invests in technology Start Ups that relate to the world of arts, media and culture in its various forms such as music, film, dance, literature, fine arts and more.