Digital Mayhem

As technology advances, the ways artists create and share their work constantly transforms. Presented by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, “Digitized” showcases how local artists use digital technology to create artwork through photography, illustration, and disc-based works. “Technology is changing the way we make and perceive art,” says Jenny Smith, gallery and education director at the Arts Council. “We want to give these kinds of artists an outlet.”

A juried exhibit, this year marks the fifth Digitized event for the Arts Council, and welcomes juror Donna Hazelwood, professor of art at Oakland City University who has been teaching courses in fine arts and graphic design for 23 years. Hazelwood will view all work submitted to the gallery, which accepts any type of art created on a computer, including photography, illustrations, and disc-based work.

The exhibit runs Nov. 2 to Dec. 31 at the Bower-Surheinrich Foundation Gallery, with an opening reception on Nov. 2 from 5-7 p.m. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

For more information on Digitized, see our Guide.

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