Art Digital Magazine (AD MAG) is on a long-term hiatus. AD MAG was published from 2010 to 2016, and during that time it amassed the largest collection of feature length interviews and articles with digital artist and art administrators in the world. In time, AD MAG will return, but for now the domain redirects to Digital Art News (DAN).
Monday, May 20, 2019
The Kingdom Hearts fan reveals how there's always a message about America behind his hyper polygon visuals - and how he...read more.
Friday, May 10, 2019
Santa Catarina da Fonte do Bispo – a small village in the municipality of Tavira, will be hosting the first digital arts museum in Europe. “Museu Zero” will be created inside the...read more.
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Stephen Harlan, digital artist, will open a month-long art show at Ocean Art Gallery during the Ocean Beach Art Walk, 5- 8 p.m., Saturday, May 4. Harlan is one the nation’s top digital artists, according to Ashley Rudicel, spokeswoman for the gallery, and he will give a...read more.
Saturday, April 27, 2019
William G. Larson, 76, of Chestnut Hill, an artist who bent the rules of static photography to explore the concept of time, and whose incorporation of fax and teleprinter sounds and text into...read more.
Monday, April 8, 2019
Von ammon co, a new commercial gallery specializing in digital art, opens in D.C. on Saturday, and its first show, “Tabor Robak: Mental,” promises to transport viewers to a future where mass media has mutated into something strange and unsettling. Read more.
Sunday, March 31, 2019
An exhibit called XYZT Abstract Landscape is now on display at the new permanent art space known as Artechouse on Miami Beach. The exhibit was created by famed French digital artists Adrien M & Claire B, providing exploratory physical experience through...read more.
Friday, March 22, 2019
People in the Charlottesville area are experiencing art while dining out in a whole new way and it is all happening through their cell phones. Read more.
Sunday, March 10, 2019
As the lines between art and technology continue to blur, digital art experiences become more commonplace. Already, you can visit a virtual reality museum or display artwork on a digital display that looks...read more.
Friday, February 22, 2019
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Tuesday, February 12, 2019
The art market is tied to the system of uniqueness. It is still hard to sell digital files on sticks. But uniqueness contradicts with the nature of digital work, as digital files are...read more.
Monday, February 4, 2019
A series of lines on a wall, drawn by museum staff, from instructions written by an artist. A textile print made from scanning the screen of an Apple IIe computer, printing onto heat transfer material, and ironing the result onto fabric. A Java program that...read more.
Inspired by the universes of Tim Burton and Hayao Miyazaki, Cyril Rolando creates surreal digital art that examines the human psyche. His impressive pieces explore imagination, insecurities, as well as hopes and dreams. To communicate these aspects of existence, Rolando regularly plays with the scale of his subjects and uses their diminutive or massive statures to paint them into situations that...read more.
Saturday, January 26, 2019
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
The smell of freshly pulled espresso shots and the sonic echoes of skateboards against half pipes makeup Lincoln’s counterculture community center, The Bay. As a place where kids, teens and adults can...read more.
Thursday, January 3, 2019
New Media Futures – The Rise of Women in the Digital Arts is a 300-page, coffee table-size book that highlights 22 women from the Midwest who have made a difference in digital media. Three women artists collaborated as editors: Donna J. Cox, Ellen Sandor and Janine Fron, all innovative digital artists in their own right. Read more.