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FONLAD #01_2005

The Festival appeared in 2005 with the participation of 19 artists from 13 countries. The great atraction was its presence in Madrid, on October, in Tesauro's Gallery, with the support of the Recrearte Association (a local artists colective).
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FONLAD #02_2006

Pursuing the reception in Madrid, it was opted the second year for a physic exhibition: 32 artists from 14 countries. From 3 to 26 of November, took place the Bissaya Barreto's Foundation exhibition, in Coimbra.


FONLAD #03_2007
Fonlad 07, The Digital Arts Festival of Coimbra, Portugal, in he's third edition has the participation of 26 artists from 12 countries.
Presented at The Block of The Arts, in Montemor-o-Velho, between May and July 07.
 

FONLAD #04_2008
The Fonlad exhibitions program presented a exhibition at MIAB - Madeira International Art Biennale (1 September to 13 October 08).
In the project has participated 32 artists from 15 countries.



FONLAD #05_2009
The project was marked by the exchange with the Ventipertrenta Festival promoted by the Terra del Arte in Italy who presented in Coimbra and Montemor-o-Velho an exhibition of hit's collection. In turn the FONLAD made a presentation to MIDAC in Belforte del Chienti in Italy. Also to highlight the exhibition in TMG Gallery (Guarda) and the video art show room by Cologne Off Festival. In UAVM was presented "Byte Scrapers. The festival involved 120 artists.

 

FONLAD #06_2010
FONLAD, on the sixth edition was focused on the theme "Virtual Humanities". Starting in May, the festival presented a range of events, divided into three phases or stages:video-art shows (in collaboration with the VideoLab - Portugal, Video Channel - Germany, In-Out Festival - Poland), exhibitions of photography and digital painting (Galeria Ícone / Icone Gallery) and Web Art (UAVM Virtual Art Museum). In the event has been involved more than 130 artists.


FONLAD #07_2011
The seventh edition programmed a several events focused on "Shipping Minds". International screenings by Oslo Screen, Athens Video Art Festival, Magmart - Video Under Vulcano, International Art Expo and Celeste Prize. Video Installation projects on the Montemor-o-Velho and Bernardo's House, Caldas da Rainha. Virtual Shows on UAVM Virtual Museum and Web Art Center. In global has been envolved on the Festival more than 200 artists.

 

FONLAD #08_2012
With a global participation from more than 200 artists, several activities have been held, focusing on video art, such exhibitions, video installations, workshops, residencies and virtual exhibitions (UAVM, and Web Art Center). Focus on partnerships with the Oslo Screen Festival (Norway), Magmart (Italy), Miden (Greece), Cologne OFF (Germany), VideoPlay (Argentina), Proyector (Spain), MIVA-Alterego (Ecuador) and Celeste Prize (Italy ).



FONLAD #09_2013
With a global participation from more than 300 artists, the activities has been centered at the Space For New Media Arts and Performance of the Alliance Française of Coimbra, with exhibitions, video installations, workshops, residencies and virtual exhibitions (UAVM, and Web Art Center). Focus on partnerships with the Magmart (Italy), Miden (Greece), Cologne OFF (Germany), VideoPlay (Argentina), Proyector (Spain), AIVA (Sweden), HEP (South Africa) and Manipulated Image (USA).

 

FONLAD #10_2014
The festival in its 10th edition spread out trough several places in the city of Coimbra, where it was presented video art shows, video installations, workshops, residencies and virtual exhibits (UAVM Web and Art Center), focus on partnerships with the Magmart (Italy), Miden (Greece), Cologne OFF (Germany), VideoPlay (Argentina), Proyector (Spain). Global participation from more than 200 artists.


FONLAD #10_2015
The festival in its 11th edition centered it's action on the celebration of the 10th anniversary, presenting video art shows, video installations, workshops, residencies and virtual exhibits. Highlight on the participations of Dorianne Wotton (Fr), Margarita Novikova (Ru) and Ozgur Ozcan (Tk).