CultTech Space Festival 2023

by paradoxig

CultTech Space Festival is a three-day program full of thought-provoking discussions, captivating demonstrations, and engaging networking opportunities.
CultTech Space festival includes the Demo Day of the 3rd batch of the CultTech Accelerator, the only accelerator program dedicated to startups in the sphere of culture and technology.
CultTech program focuses on the intersection of culture, technology, and innovation, exploring the evolving role of AI in cultural development and transformation.

  • exploring the role of AI in cultural development,
  • meeting like-minded members of CultTech community,
  • connecting with a vibrant startup community, and
  • witnessing the innovative projects from the CultTech Accelerator on its Demo Day #3.

When: June 01-03, 2023
Where: FILMQUARTIER WIEN – 31 Schönbrunner Straße 1050 Wien Austria

PROGRAM of CultTech Space Festival

CultTech community meetup and AI expert talk
Free entrance
Registration required
Location: FILMQUARTIER WIEN – 31 Schönbrunner Straße 1050 Wien Austria

Delve into the talk on how AI is impacting the cultural sphere and examine the various aspects that come with it. The discussion will bring together experts, scholars, and enthusiasts in the field of artificial intelligence and cultural development. This is a great chance to ask any pressing questions on the topic! The panel will be broadcasted also online.
Among the participants of the discussion are renowned experts who lead AI research as well as practical applications.

Tim Crane is a philosopher at the CEU in Vienna who works on the nature of the mind, thought and consciousness. He is the author of the best-selling book, The Mechanical Mind.
Frederic Filloux is currently a senior business writer and technology columnist for the French newsweekly L’Express with a focus on Big Tech, artificial intelligence, deeptech and cybersecurity.

CultTech Accelerator Demo Day #3
Free entrance
Registration required
Location: FILMQUARTIER WIEN – 31 Schönbrunner Straße 1050 Wien Austria

Join investors and cultural & creative professionals to discover new tech solutions for culture presented by the 10 participating startups of the Culttech Accelerator batch #3.
Come and get to know the emerging CultTech players!


The CultTech Accelerator is a core element of a greater CultTech movement. It is the first-ever program dedicated solely to tech innovations in the cultural sector in order to make it more accessible worldwide. The Accelerator program is 3-months long. During this time, participating startups are diving deep into curated sessions led by experts, getting support from experienced mentors, and gaining access to early-stage investors and industry partners.

Demo day is the culmination of the startup’s hard work during the program, where they will present their solutions to investors, potential partners, and the wider audience.

This day, several CultTech companies will be showcasing their developments, providing real examples of what CultTech is all about.
Keep an eye out for the full program, which will be announced very soon.
The first participants include:
myCulture, which provides personalized recommendations for art exhibitions;
CityRiddler, a city tourism assistant with interactive riddles;
Artivive, an augmented reality platform for art.

For those who are interested to apply we have a GOOD NEWS
Batch #4 is set to launch in September of 2023, apply with the link –

OPEN-CALL until 25th June 2023 ! Batch #4 starts in September 2023. 
To find out more about CultTech Accelerator:

ABOUT CultTech Association (formerly known as Immaterial Future) is a Vienna-based non-profit.
‍Arts and culture are just at the beginning of a phase of profound tech-driven transformation.
CultTech Association supports and runs initiatives that explore technology’s transformative power, foster debate about the implications of technological change, and attempt to steer technological transformation for the greater good.
CultTech Accelerator was initiated in 2021 by the CultTech Association and created in collaboration with Female Founders. The Association’s strategy is to foster initiatives aimed at bringing together Culture and Technology for the benefit of society.

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