The new Bavaria-wide festival series Hi!A will bring artists and researchers together. Numerous events and activities in the fields of art, music, health, environment, life sciences, high tech, future technologies and artificial intelligence throughout Bavaria will be gathered here.
Initiators are, besides BIOTOPIA - Naturkundemuseum Bayern, the Academy of Fine Arts Munich and Nuremberg, the Deutsches Museum, the Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen, the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Munich, the Hochschule für Musik Nuremberg and Würzburg, ForInter. The website www.hi-a.bayern lists all events, partners and venues.
In Bavaria, all signs point to the future. The major technology offensive Hightech Agenda Bavaria paves the way for comprehensive progress in important future topics such as artificial intelligence, clean tech and sustainability, aerospace or quantum computing. All of these are topics of the highest social relevance, which are also addressed by the arts.
With a wide variety of events ranging from panels to podcasts, from permanent exhibitions to vernissages, from guided tours to performances, workshops and workshop discussions, we want to whet your appetite for discovering creativity as a driver of artistic and technical innovation in Bavaria.
Art & Research, High-Tech & Environment as well as Utopia & Future are at the center of a wealth of offerings organized by numerous art and science institutions. We cordially invite you to become part of our future cosmos. Experience how creative ideas can profitably shape our future.
"We are very pleased that BIOTOPIA is co-initiator of the new festival Hi!A and thus brings Bavaria together with strong partners from science and art into the first league of science communication. BIOTOPIA has developed a colorful program for this fall that will inspire both young and old in different ways, whet their appetite for science and raise awareness of the pressing issues facing our society. Especially in these times, communicating scientific results is more important than ever."