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23 de abril, 3 PM GMT: e-Culture 2021 Awards

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RedCLARA and its member networks RAU, CUDI and RNP (the national research and education networks of Uruguay, Mexico and Brazil, respectively) are competing in the category “Collaboration in e-Culture” of the 2021 e-Culture Award, organized by Anilla Cultural Latin America-Europe in Uruguay, in order to assess collaborative and co-creative work in advanced internet networks in the cultural field in art, science, technology and society.

The ceremony will take place this Friday, April 23, at 3 PM GMT, virtually, with live transmission through the Anilla Cultural profiles on Facebook and YouTube. In this second edition of the prize, awards will be given to people who have collaborated in an extraordinary way in the development of co-creation in the context of Anilla Cultural's Co-creation Lab (2019-2020), crossing continents through the internet. Along this same line of action, national and foreign institutions that collaborate in different ways with Co-creation Lab are awarded.

In addition to the category in which RedCLARA participates, there are two outstanding categories within this edition. One of them is called “Trayectorias”, in recognition of people who have been pioneers and great promoters of e-Culture and who in turn have participated directly in Anilla Cultural. The other category is called “Promesas”, which is awarded with a promising invitation to participate and join in new projects of the Anilla Cultural co-creation network in Uruguay. The award of symbolic value, consists of the ceremony and a design object as a gift for the winners.

For more information about the award, its categories and the broadcast of the ceremony, visit https://www.facebook.com/AnillaCultural