The nonprofit digital arts magazine Triple Canopy will relocate its New York headquarters this fall to Manhattan’s Chinatown neighborhood. The new space will be located at 264 Canal Street, between Broadway and Lafayette Street. Read more.
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com), which packages and sells curated digital art. He shares some favorite displays, museums and festivals ...read more.
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
The annual Digital Graffiti event in Alys Beach is bringing technology and art together May 13 - 15 in South Walton. The one-of-a-kind projection festival lets artists use the latest digital technologies to project their original works onto the classic white walls of Alys Beach. Read more.
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
The Thoma Foundation announced today it has given this year’s Arts Writing Awards in Digital Art to Christiane Paul and Nora Khan. The awards, which were first given out last year, recognize writers who have made significant contributions to criticism about digital art; this is the second set of winners. Read more.