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A series of Los Angeles digital art events during SIGGRAPH 2005.

Panel Discussion

Tuesday, 2 August, 10 am - 12:30 pm
Los Angeles Convention Center, Hall J, Room 1

Moderators: Tom Leeser, Art Durinski, Michael Wright
Panelists: David Em, Sue Gollifer, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, Tony Longson, Michael Masucci, Jennifer Steinkamp, Bruce Wands

Produced in association with the UCLA Continuing Education Department, the Otis College of Art+Design, the SIGGRAPH 2005 Art Gallery, and the SIGGRAPH 2005 Guerilla Studio.

Art Exhibition

31 July - 27 August
Opening Reception: 31 July, 8 - 10 pm
Los Angeles Center for Digital Art
107 West 5th Street

A group exhibition of seven artists who made a difference pursuing their own personal aesthetics and building bridges between art forms and art communities:

Victor Acevedo
David Em
Kate Johnson
Tony Longson
Michael Masucci
Anneliese Varaldiev
Michael Wright

Produced in association with EZTV, the CyberSpace Gallery, the SIGGRAPH 2005 Art Gallery, and the SIGGRAPH 2005 Guerilla Studio.

Downtown Art Walk

18 August, 8 - 10 pm

Exquisite Electric

2 July - 18 September
Opening Reception: 2 July, 7-10 pm
CSUF Grand Central Art Center
125 North Broadway
Santa Ana, California 92701 +1.714.567.7233

Jim Campbell
Adam Chapman
Marianne Magne
Tony Oursler
John Slepian
Camille Utterback

Curated by Mike McGee and Jan Christmas
GCAC Gallery and Project Room

Michael Naimark:
Interactive and Immersive Film Environments 1977-1997


Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery
Art Center College of Design
1700 Lida Street
Pasadena, California 91103-1999

Special hours during SIGGRAPH 2005:
Open all week, noon - 5 pm
Friday, noon - 9 pm
Artist guided tours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 11 am - 1 pm

Cell-Outs & Phonies

Curated by Laura Merians
14 July - 6 August
noon - 9 pm
453 South Spring Street
Los Angeles, California 90013

As the digital world grows to encompass all aspects of our life, we see the gadgets of our day-to-day existence evolving into expressive art mediums. The advent of cell phones with built-in cameras has generated a revolution in photography and digital filmmaking, eliminating the boundaries between amateur and professional. Examining the line where art and technology intersect, Cell-Outs & Phonies, now in its third showing, explores this new way of creating and experiencing digital art.

Charles Morrow: Sound Cube

1 - 2 August
The Blond Room
The Standard Downtown
550 South Flower Street
Los Angeles, California 90071