Technology and art come together for "Digital Art Exhibit"

Rich Amada
Aug. 4, 2000

"Digital Art Exhibit," group exhibition of two-dimensional art by UA art students Margo Burwell, Christine Dehne, Nicholas Paul Mathieu, Julie Rackow and Aaron Wickenden
Presented by the School of Art in the College of Fine Arts at the University of Arizona in Tucson

Aug. 17-Oct. 5
8 a.m.-10 p.m.

Rotunda Gallery, 3rd floor, Memorial Student Union, UA Campus -- on the north side of the Mall east of Old Main


Christina M.Lieberman, 520-621-6142

Assembled by Carol Flax, assistant professor of art, the "Digital Arts Exhibit" features works by students from a variety of UA digital arts courses. The exhibition represents work from both undergraduate and graduate students using varied approaches to working with technology, ranging from an emphasis on digital video to print work to web work. Each artist brings a distinctive flavor to the digital image. The varying uses of the digital process create a diverse and visually stunning show.

Because of the constraints of the gallery space, all work will be shown in print form, although much of it was originally generated in other forms.


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