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A digital art piece depicting trippy graphics.

Austin Museum of Digital Art (AMODA)

For whatever reason, there’s always a resistance to modernity in the art world. We continually praise da Vinci, van Gogh, Shakespeare, and Mozart as if time itself was an indicator of how good a piece of artwork is. Just because something is “new” doesn’t mean it’s not worthy of artistic merit. One needn’t look further […]

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A visitor holds up an Apple Watch at the Oscar de la Renta retrospective at the de Young Museum.

De Young Museum Offers Unique Experience for Apple Watch Users

San Francisco’s de Young Museum has a new, innovative way for visitors to experience the museum.  The project was created by Guidekick, a startup and expansion of the de Young’s phone app. There are plenty of great things to see at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, including southwestern Native American art donated by […]

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A hand guides a drone's movements.

Drones + Sharpies = Art?

A new innovation allows people to make art with just a Sharpie marker and a drone. The “Flying Pantograph,” developed by researchers at MIT, is really meant to be an easier way to guide and fly drones, but if you mount art products to the machine, you can make any number of wonderful, unique things […]

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