Art in the networked age will be on display at the Museum at Campbell River during the Digital Art Exhibition Sept. 1-22. Local and international artists in the creative industries will exhibit their work. The exhibit is hosted by the Campbell River Creative Industries Council.

Digital Art Exhibit

Campbell River Creative Industries Council will host the world class Tracing Home Digital Art Exhibit

Campbell River Creative Industries Council (CRCIC) will host the world class Tracing Home Digital Art Exhibit with selections from the SIGGRAPH Art Gallery from Sept. 1-22 at the Museum of Campbell River.

The SIGGRAPH conference is the internationally-renowned event on computer graphics and interactive techniques. After 38 years of successful events and attendance of 25,000 from around the world, this year’s conference brought the best and the brightest to Vancouver for the first time ever.

Part of the SIGGRAPH conference is the digital art gallery that shows art in a networked age and the work being done by professionals in the creative industries.

Fresh from their successful custom exhibit at the 2011 SIGGRAPH conference, CRCIC is bringing selected pieces of the digital art gallery to the Campbell River Museum.

Being the only location in Canada to host this event, CRCIC encourages residents across Vancouver Island to come to the Museum at Campbell River to take part in this unique opportunity.  This is an excellent event to see first-hand works of art created in a digital age.  This event is open to all ages.

Based in Campbell River, CRCIC is a non-profit society taking a collaborative and proactive approach to community economic diversification. For more information please visit www.crcic.ca.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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