The University of Lethbridge New Media Department is putting on another
exhibition of their works this weekend, April 14 at the University of
Lethbridge Penny Building Gallery.
“Digital/is” features 28 custom designed projects from 28 new media artists. The exhibit shows the diverse range of digital methods available to the artists.
There will be mobile games, Digital audio, social media, animation, game audio, videography, screen plays, interactive design, performance art, installations, graphic novels, 3-D architectural visualization, music performance, graphic design , sound art and camera matching.
The opening reception is April 14 from 7-10:30 p.m. There will be drinks available and food served.
If you can’t make that, the gallery will be open between 1-4 pm, Monday April 16 – Saturday, April 21.
The Penny Gallery is located in downtown Lethbridge at 324 – 5th Street, South.
The title of the show is a variation of the Latin digit lis, meaning “from the finger” and digitalis, an effective heart stimulant. Digital/is seeks to define what
digital is, and can be.
The opening will feature live performance, camera-matched projections and many interactive media kiosks. The public is invited to attend. For information contact the exhibition curator, Professor James Graham, at 403-329-2169.
— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor