- A virtual platform to share and promote digital best practices related to culture and cultural heritage from across Europe and the world.
COVID-19 pandemic particularly affected the cultural and cultural heritage sectors with travel bans, public closures and event cancellations with alarming financial implications. As a consequence, plenty of museums and cultural organizations increased the use of digital technology and started to … Continue reading →
- “We challenge you to recreate a work of art with objects (and people) in your home”
People are not custom to live isolated and confined at home. The forced reclusion due to the Covid-19 pandemic leads to disorientation and discouragement. In this scenario it is thus even more important than ever to spread the value of … Continue reading →
Tag: digital art
Each poster was designed by a different illustrator with the intention of combining traditional African art influences and patterns with the iconic images associated with racing posters. The posters also mark the huge importance of digital art and design in the world of advertising, as vintage racing posters usually comprise of a simple black and white photo and the smiling faces of car owners. Continue reading
The winning pieces are all incredibly diverse in content and concept. While some feature more abstract images and shapes, others concentrate more on the use of light and images to capture particular sentiments. Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach is the world’s first projection art festival, with artists using the latest technologies to project their original works onto the town’s iconic white walls. Continue reading
Sónar Festival in Barcelona recently celebrated its 20th year of showcasing music, new media techonologies and art. The festival, officially named the Sónar International Festival of Advanced Music and New Media Art was held between 13th and 16th of June this month and is a pioneering, one-of-a-kind event due to the incredible range of activities, concerts, events and exhibitions on show. Continue reading
SEA2013 is a symposium of electronic arts currently taking place in Sydney, Australia, and featuring more than 35 art exhibitions, public, talks, conferences, performances and workshops. The main theme of the event is ‘Resistance is Futile’, incapsulating the idea that society has been unable to resist electronic art as an intrinsic part of our contemporary world. Continue reading
pQubd is a multi-day celebration of the transformative impact of mobile imagery and digital art forms. This first-of-its-kind gathering illustrates the magnitude and reach of these new media by joining together innovators and influencers ranging from artists, gamers, filmmakers, designers, … Continue reading
Indian artist Shailja Gupta recently unveiled her latest digital art project entitled ‘Glimpses- 100 years of Indian Cinema’. The exhibition features portraits of iconic actors throughout the 100 year period and uses Adobe Photoshop to filter, edit and recolour the images, in order to capture the visual vibrance Indian cinema is famous for.
This art exhibition is shows a fresh take on exploring internet activity and applying it to digital art, whether the activity be legal or illegal. Continue reading
The TEN collection by Fotolia is a collection of digital art. The project hints at a new, wider market for digital artwork through the targeting of internet downloaders.The project began in 2011 with the idea of making 10 pieces of digital artwork from 10 different countries available in 10 months. Continue reading
The art installation “The Art + Science of Natural Motion” uses Microsoft Kinect technology in order to mimic and react to human bodies interacting with the digital screen, which copies the human movement and displays it in brightly coloured light patterns on the screen. Continue reading
Digital art roles are being offered more and more in the press and big-name magazines. Reflects effort to reach digital natives Continue reading