Redmond goes digital with week-long art adventure

September 20, 2012 by  

The upcoming Redmond Digital Arts Festival is an annual event that lasts for a full week and aims to showcase a variety of new media, including music, illustration, and animation.

Presentations during this family event will be made from every level of digital artists – beginner to professional. There were be a number of interactive exhibits, live performances, and a digital arts showcase happening over the course of the week, kicking off this Friday, September 21.

The final evening of the show, plus all weekday events, are hosted by Soul Food Books and feature a number of inspirational talks, displays, and performances by live digital groups, except on September 28, when the host will be the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center located at 16600 NE 80th Street in Redmond. On two nights, there will be a special electronic music performance by UK artist Christopher Wray. This is a community-supported, private festival operated independently from the City of Redmond.

Local printing companies may have created poster printing and flyer printing to help advertise and promote this event to the local residents and surrounding communities. Tickets are available online and children under 11 enter free.

The digital arts festival will run right up until September 29 at various times, beginning at the Digipen Institute of Technology at 9931 Willows Road NE in Redmond, Washington. For additional updates, scheduling, or to purchase tickets, please visit the Digital Arts Festival Facebook page or website or, alternatively, call the Digipen Institute of Technology during regular business hours.