Leading innovation through immersive digital arts.

The Digital Arts Expo (DAX) is a two-day showcase of work that lives at the intersection of arts, technology, design, and interactivity created by Dartmouth students and alumni and esteemed guest artists. The event will be held in the Black Family Visual Arts Center Friday & Saturday, June 22 & 23. This year DAX will be presented in conjunction with SHIFT 2018, a vibrant and varied array of live arts that kick off summer at the Hopkins Center for the Arts. SHIFT will present works, both free and ticketed, that freshly consider music, drama and identity, bringing together diverse art forms and hearkening back to the creative disruption of the 1960s.

 

 

Contact

dax@dali.dartmouth.edu

 

Location

Black Visual Arts Center
22 Lebanon St,
Hanover, NH 03755

Friday
June 22

Morton Subotnick: “Crowds and Power”and “Silver Apples of the Moon”

7 pm, Loew Auditorium
Synthesizer trailblazer Subotnick performs two original works that bookend 50 years of electronics in music: “Silver Apples of the Moon” (1967), the first electronic music composition commissioned for a recording and an influence for generations of musicians; and “Crowds and Power” (2017), a media tone poem for voice, electronic sound and live imagery. With soprano Joan La Barbara and artist Lillevan.
 

 

 

Interactive installations/audio-visual performances

Interactive installations/audio-visual performances
8 pm, Black Family Visual Arts Center Atrium & Loew Auditorium
An immersive experience of creative digital work by Dartmouth students.


Saturday June 23

 

Vessels and Bellows—
Works for Organ and Electronics 

7pm, Spaulding Auditorium
Mingle with site-specific performances for organ and electronics.

Digital Animation Screening

8 pm, Loew Auditorium
Enjoy a showing of digital animation shorts by Dartmouth students.

Interactive installations/audio-visual performances

9 pm, Black Family Visual Arts Center Atrium, Loew Auditorium, Maffei Plaza
An immersive experience of creative digital work by Dartmouth students.

Closing Party

10 pm, Black Family Visual Arts Center Atrium, Loew Auditorium, Maffei Plaza
Dance into the late hours with guest electronic music artists and DJs.

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Sponsored by

The Neukom Institute
The Computer Science Department
The Digital Musics Program
Digital Arts

With additional support from:
Film and Media Studies
Music Department
Studio Art
DALI Lab
Theater Department