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Machina: young people’s digital art festival

By April 19, 2018January 26th, 2021Member News & Updates, Property

Machina: young people’s digital art festival is an exhibition and celebration of digital art created by young people across Devon, Torbay and Plymouth. Through Daisi’s Machina project young people have created digital art including sculptures, gif animations, digital paintings, films and installations using apps, smartphone technology, coding and other digital techniques alongside traditional media such as painting and sculpture.

The Machina festival will be held on Sunday 22nd April 2018 from 12 noon – 5.30 pm at Exeter Phoenix and RAMM and will include exhibitions and screenings of young people’s art work, and digital art workshops, demonstrations and talks. You and your families are invited to come and view the work and join in the digital art making activities and opportunities.

Daisi’s Machina projects are about developing young people’s digital arts practice using innovative digital media, enabling young people across Devon and Torbay to use contemporary digital creative techniques within their visual arts making.

For more details about the day and the workshops see the website, thank you