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January 25, 2024
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Jan. 25 – Telfair Museum’s PULSE Art + Tech Fest, Jan. 26-27

TLDR:

  • Telfair Museums will hold its annual PULSE Art and Technology Festival from January 26-27 at the Jepson Center.
  • The festival will focus on the museum’s new immersive, technology-focused Children’s Art Museum, local artists’ AI art projects, and STEAM activities for children and families.
  • The festival will feature new installations that address the relationship between humans and technology, including works that use artificial intelligence tools and older technology like animated GIFs and LEDs.
  • The festival will include a tech-focused talk for students, a Friday night anime film screening, and a Free Family Day.

Telfair Museums in Savannah, Georgia will present its annual PULSE Art and Technology Festival from January 26-27 at the Jepson Center. The weekend event will feature installations, talks, and interactive activities that explore the relationship between art and technology. The festival will focus on the museum’s new immersive, technology-focused Children’s Art Museum, as well as local artists’ AI art projects. Additionally, families and children will have the opportunity to participate in various STEAM activities. The festival will kick off with a tech-focused talk for students, followed by a Friday night anime film screening. The festival will conclude with a Free Family Day, during which residents of Chatham, Bryan, Effingham, and Liberty counties in Georgia, as well as Beaufort and Jasper counties in South Carolina, will have free admission to the museum.

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