Category Archives: Public Art

Urban Arts Program: Electric Pilgrims

Emerson College’s Urban Arts Program of the School of the Arts presents Electric Pilgrims, a one-night immersive projection event in conjunction with Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC) and the 36th Annual Fort Point Open Studios. Electric Pilgrims will included a … Continue reading

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ZERO1 American Arts Incubator

Announcing the American Arts Incubator 2015-16 Artists! While the artists were deep in their exchanges this past Spring and Summer, ZERO1 began the search for the next class of AAI artists. The selection process was highly-competitive and these artists rose … Continue reading

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AiOP RECALL

Art in Odd Places October 7 – 11, 2015 14th Street between Union Square and 9th Avenue New York City Including 14th & AR, New York City. Press: Town & Village Blog, Art in Odd Places takes over 14th St., … Continue reading

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Digital Art, Third Edition

Christiane Paul Thames & Hudson, London and New York 2015 pp. 237–240, 253–254, 258–259

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Salon Amexica: le mur frontière

Bibliothèque Centre Pompidou Salon Amexica: le mur frontière September 3rd to October 19th 2015

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Museum Plays Art and Technology Matchmaker

NPR Science Friday SciArts Producer Annie Minoff shares the story of a collaboration between a public artist and an augmented reality entrepreneur. And historian Patrick McCray joins Ira to talk about the legacy of LACMA’s first Art & Technology program. … Continue reading

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Artist Interview: ​Brain Sensing and Augmented Reality

Desi Gonzalez, Graduate Student, Comparative Media Studies, MIT LACMA Unframed, Art + Technology December 3, 2014 Desi Gonzalez is a graduate student in Comparative Media Studies at MIT. Her dissertation research includes investigating art and technology programs in museums, among … Continue reading

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