Viborg, Karlsruhe & Santiago de Cali join UNESCO Creative Cities Network as cities of Media Arts

On October 31st, World Cities Day 2019, UNESCO designated 66 new Creative Cities

The new Cities of Media Arts designations are Viborg in Denmark, Karlsruhe in Germany and Santiago de Cali in Colombia.

If you've seen our video on our home page, or the Media Arts Cities video from 2019 on our membership page (as produced by Tel Aviv-Yafo & Braga Media Arts), you will have some insight into the exciting, creative potential of being a UNESCO designated Media Arts city connected to Creative Cities around the globe.

Here in York, the Guild of Media Arts would like to send a huge heartfelt Yorkshire WELCOME to the network.

We would like our members to feel more connected to the network that we're a part of here in York by sharing the fantastic videos that showcase each cities' online presence as a

Karlsruhe, Germany

Karlsruhe is a city in which media art is part of life in its various forms: work and leisure time, as well as public and institutional spaces, offer citizens and guests the opportunity to immerse themselves with diverse innovative practices as visitors, participants, or even as contributors.

Viborg, Denmark

We'd also like shoutout and thank you to our colleagues and partners in Tel Aviv and Brage. Watch their city videos below:

Tel Aviv

Braga Media Arts