Art and technology have a meaningful history of working together and influencing one another. In many ways, they have evolved alongside each other to arrive at their place in the world today: a digital age where they overlap and express new ideas.
Join CMATO on Thursday, April 22 at 6:00 PM PT for a virtual discussion with Luke Matjas, Chair of Art and Performing Arts at California State University Channel Islands, and digital artist, Devin Sullivan, as we explore how technology is impacting what it means to be an artist in the 21st century, the relationship between artists and technology and whether technology is changing the role of the artist.
Admission is free for CMATO members and a $6 donation for non-members. Contributions help support the Museum's free public programs.
Visit www.cmato.org to register. Members, use promo code MEMBER.
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