How the Arts in Grand Rapids Use Technology
October 16, 2013
Woodbridge N. Ferris Building, Room 217 | 5:30pmNetworking Time: 5:30pm Panelists Take Stage: 6:00pm Location: Kendall College of Art and Design - Woodbridge N. Ferris Building, Room 217 (17 Pearl St NW)
Art is a brain virus, and technology is helping art to infect brains faster and more effectively than ever before. Or is it the other way around? One thing is certain, as always by design, the pace of change for art combined with technology is far ahead of our society and laws.
This aimWest Art and Technology panel will bring together Phil Renato, Professor of KCAD, a brilliant mind in 3-D printing; ArtPrize executives Jonathan Hunsberger and Todd Herring, prototypers of super-colliders that use technology to mash art worlds together; and Jon Carfagno, Education Director of the Grand Rapids Art Museum, incubator of incurable art + technology brain infections.
This panel promises to be one of the most fascinating conversations on the arts and technology held in Grand Rapids this year, addressing issues that you didn’t even know existed.
Panelists:Phillip Renato, Kendall College of Art and Design Jon Carfagno, Grand Rapids Art Museum Todd Herring, Marketing and Communications Director, ArtPrize Jonathan Hunsberger, Technology Director, ArtPrize
Moderator:Mark Holzbach, Office of the CTO, Zebra Imaging
Register here for this event. aimWest Member - Free Non-Member - $20.00 Student (full-time) - $5.00