Adventures in Digital Art 2017

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Exhibition Overview

The colourful and engaging art to be shown at Adventures in Digital Art 2017,  part of Waltham Forest’s Digital month, will show the wide-ranging ways in which today’s artists are using digital tools. The show allows viewers of all ages to be part of the creative process and includes a Virtual Reality fantasy land; a web-based planetary spirograph; a projected clock you can sing to; a digital arcade game and much more.

Artists in this exhibition have won or been shortlisted by the Lumen Prize, the world’s pre-eminent digital art prize. The show is suitable for all ages, from 2 to 102.

Lumen is pleased to be returning to the Winns Gallery for its second show and will be leaving for Beijing upon the completion of this show.

Hours of Show: 10am – 5pm. Launch 15 Nov 6pm-8pm

Register to attend the opening night.

Free Creative Coding Workshops – Saturday Nov 18

Aimed at children and young teens, Lumen’s Creative Coding workshop will teach techniques to design colourful dynamic animations. These will be projected around the gallery, creating digital wallpaper for the 21st century. William Morris would be proud!

Ages: 8 - 14

10 participants per workshops. First come first served, so please don’t delay.

Timing: 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Duration: 45 minutes

For your free place, please us the links below:

11am Creative Coding Workshop Nov 18th
1pm Creative Coding Workshop Nov 18th
3pm Creative Coding Workshop Nov 18th

Image list

  1. Rhythm by Biwei Niu. United States.
  2. Audiograph by Nathan Selikoff. United States.
  3. Abstract Playground AP1 – Will Hurt. United Kingdom.
  4. Blortasia – Kevin Mack. United States.
  5. Multiples – Genetic Moo. United Kingdom.
  6. Flora – Philipp Artus. Germany
  7. A Desire To Stay In The Sun – Fabio Dartizio. Italy
  8. Creative Coding Workshop – Genetic Moo

About Lumen Prize

The Lumen Prize celebrates the very best art created digitally. As a not-for-profit social enterprise, Lumen’s goal is to focus the world’s attention on this exciting genre through an annual competition and a global tour of exhibitions, talks and workshops.

Since our first exhibition in London in January 2013, Lumen has given away more than $50,000 in prize money and staged over 35 exhibitions and events around the world, including New York City, Shanghai, Athens, Amsterdam, Riga, Cardiff, Hong Kong, Leeds and London

For more about Lumen, please see www.lumenprize.com

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William Morris Gallery
Lloyd Park, Forest Road
Walthamstow, London, E17 4PP