media arts

Its the last week of the First Arts Lab Season!

Its been six weeks since we started our first Arts Lab season, we’ve seen the development of eight interesting artists projects and they have recieved a total of sixty comments!

With only one week left, take a look now

TINT Arts Lab Opens its Doors with its First Season!

We are delighted to announce our new TINT Arts Lab! Signifying the next stage for TINT in realising our core aims. Fostering a strong, sustainable and questioning media arts community!

The TINT Arts Lab is a platform that…

TINT at Brixton Market

View the Exhibtions Page for more details on the Open Source @ Techvill event in Brixton Market. To see more images visit TINT’s Flickr Page

Open Sorcery @ Techvill

On Saturday 24th April TINT will be presenting a selection of artists in a one day event at Brixton Village Market. The event is organised by Spacemakers and will also feature other arts groups exploring media arts, computational arts, coding…

April Meetup

Date: Wednesday 28th April
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location: Rich Mix Cafe, 35 – 47 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA [map]

Come join us for the TINT monthly meetup, a chance to network, discuss ideas…

Call: TINTarts Lab

Call for artists and theorists to engage in a new collaborative media arts lab.

TINT opens its Arts Lab in May 2010 to provide an online platform for artists to present and develop ideas through critical feedback and open discourse.…

Video of TINT at the Kinetica Art Fair 2010

TINT March Meetup – update

Theme:     Informal.
When:       Wednesday, 31st March 2009, 19:00 – 21:00
Where:      Foundry. 80 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3JLN. [Map]

As we are still looking for a regular venue to have meetups, instead of cancelling this…

Call for Proposals for new TINT & Watermans Exhibition

OPEN CALL: an exhibition of open source, hacking and modding

Location: Watermans Arts Centre, London
Exhibition dates: September & October 2010

TINT in collaboration with Watermans Art Centre in London is organising an exhibition of Media Art using Floss…

ChaoDependant and Memory at Kinetica Art Fair

Special thanks to Agelos Papadakis, Dave Murray-Rust and Parag Mital. We received a lot of positive feedback for their work, Memory and ChaoDependant (which went down especially well with the kids) at Kinetica Art Fair 2010.