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The festival also includes an educational cultural section called the WiLAB, which is designed to educate the public on the subject of electronic arts and their applications in music, visual arts, video art, and photography. WiLAB engages in academic and institutional collaborations with entities such as Studio Azzurro (Milan), the University of Palermo, LUM (Laboratorio Universitario del Mediterraneo), and Antithesis (Palermo).
The 2010 edition provided a structured program of workshops, lectures, classes, and concerts.