Atlanta’s First Digital Art Week Opens at Underground
Atlanta Digital Art Week, a week-long celebration of the breadth, diversity, and applications of digital art, takes over Underground Atlanta today through March 5.
The week will consist of educational symposia, workshops, virtual and augmented reality experiences and cultural events. Event tickets are available on atlnft.art with pricing for a single event and a week.
“As the premier program of digital art events in the city, our hope with Atlanta Digital Art Week is to recognize the unprecedented trajectory of computer programming in the visual arts, while raising awareness of the expanding NFT market,” said Kris Pilcher, creative director of Lalani. Companies. “We are proud to be Underground Atlanta’s home site for innovators, artists, and Atlanta residents interested in learning and experiencing the next wave of visual art, and being trailblazers in the city. with the unique program of events.”
The calendar of events includes:
Digital Open Gallery and NFT
From February 25 to March 5, daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Throughout the week, guests can enjoy works by more than 75 international digital artists, with 10 large-scale installations and bespoke Atlanta underground NFTs. In the 30,000 square foot gallery, there will be innovative virtual reality experiences, art installations, projection mapping and more.
Opening night for Atlanta Digital Art Week and ATL.NFT
February 25, 8 p.m.
FELTZINE, an experimental internet art platform and artist collective, and VLSC, a collective of multi-instrumentalist to immersive installation artists, host Art Week Opening Night digital from Atlanta with cutting-edge electronic music all night long featuring Richard Devine, The Glad Scientist, Saint Pressure and more.
February 27, 4 p.m.
A day of meditation, sound healing and electronic music in a very unique healing experience. Technolini elevates mind, body and spirit to creative freedom through live and electronic music, breathing and spinal movements.
Workshops + round tables
March 3, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Interested in knowing what exactly is going on with the Metaverse? Have you been looking for an introduction to cryptocurrency and NFTs? Join us for panel discussions hosted with digital artists, tech experts, and cutting-edge minds from across the digital landscape.
Twisted Lines Closing Party
March 5, 9 p.m.
Twisted Lines is an open artist collective encouraging artists to collaborate and create through techno and house parties at ATL. Help us close out Atlanta’s first-ever Digital Art Week with a high-energy techno party.