Digital Design Drop In

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vands-logo.jpgUp until 22th June the Victoria and Albert Museum of art and design in London was holding drop-in sessions giving members of the public the chance to talk to visiting digital artists Michael Takeo Magruder, Paul Granjon and Patrick Stevenson-Keating. The drop in sessions were held in the V&A’s digital studio, allowing audiences to experience demonstrations and gain more information about the use of digital technology in the artists’ work.

Where:  LONDON – Victoria & Albert Museum – Room 133, Furniture

More Information: http://www.vam.ac.uk/whatson/event/2177/digital-design-drop-in-3447/

 

 

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