Professor Carl DiSalvo discusses art and technology at the High Museum

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Artists and technologists are collaborating in ways that are introducing entirely new ideas and creations into our cultural databank.

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On Wednesday, September 15, Professor Carl DiSalvo spoke on a panel entitled "Culture Cache" that was hosted jointly by the High Museum of Art and Second Story. Joining him on the panel were: Allie Bashuk of The Goat Farm Arts Center and Michael Mouw of the High Museum of Art. The panel was moderated by Keri Elmsly of Second Story and posed the question: Can technology refresh the cultural experience? As the number of digital natives continues to grow,  the way we build and share cultural experiences is undergoing a fundamental shift. This panel met to explore that shift together with the community. 

The event aimed to connect Atlanta's leading thinkers from the art and tech communities to "share ideas and improve the hit rate in our collective culture cache (or memory) as insights connect with receptive minds and spirits." 

Learn more about Second Story, The Goat Farm Arts Center, and High Museum of Art

 

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School of Literature, Media, and Communication

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  • Created On: Sep 23, 2015 - 8:46am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:19pm