CIPR conference and Olga Piven received an NFT award at the international award in Dubai
The CIPR conference and co-founder Olga Piven received international recognition at the NORTH STAR WEB 3 AWARDS for their contribution to the development and popularization of digital art. The award is intended to recognize the brightest projects that have made a special contribution to the development of the WEB 3 community, and people who create and develop digital art and culture around the world.
"NORTH STAR WEB 3 AWARDS" has just begun its journey and has already gathered key people from the CIS world - these are developers of blockchain startups, platforms, financial services that have become world famous, people who develop communities and create digital art and culture, and, Of course, the media.This year, the community voted for the best projects.There were 89 nominees and more than 5,000 people voted for them, but we also decided to recognize those people and projects that have made a significant contribution to the development of the industry.In total, North Star received 48 persons and projects, including the CIPR conference, the Rarible NFT marketplace, the "BLOTS" collection of NFT objects, the women's DAWs NFT collection, the director of the Binance cryptocurrency exchange in Russia and the CIS Gleb Kostarev, the co-founder of the CIPR conference Olga Piven, digital artists Pokras Lampas, AES +F, Napasio, Artem Tkach, Meta Rite, Pixel lord and others,” said organizer and jury member Olga Dvoretskaya.
CIPR is the main platform for the digitalization of various areas of business and society, designed to exchange experience among representatives of the international community and demonstrate innovative solutions. Over the past 4 years, the conference has transformed from a business event into a multi-format event - experts and major market players discuss key issues of digitalization of the economy, hold startup pitching, hackathons and eSports tournaments, while a separate track of the business program is devoted to digital art and the creative economy.
"From the very beginning of its existence, CIPR has placed great emphasis on the topic of digital art. We were interested in how technology affects artists, how they inspire them, what new tools become available to them. We singled out Digital Art as a separate direction within the framework of CIPR and are grateful to our international colleagues for highly appreciating our initiatives," said Olga Piven, co-founder of CIPR.
Last year, CIPR hosted an interactive exhibition of NFT art DECIPRALAND, dedicated to the theme "Metaverse. Decentralizing Art". More than 60 works by digital artists were featured here, as well as short animated films in the form of NFTs. In 2021, CIPR surprised with the exhibition-fair of digital art and technologies Disartive, organized by Olga Dvoretskaya. More than 60 well-known digital artists of the new generation took part in it, including Pokras Lampas and AES+F.
"This year we are expanding the scope and geography of CIPR's presence - we will have many events within the framework of the technology festival, and we are also considering the possibility of holding a series of spin off CIPR events," Olga Piven added.
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