The San Francisco-based arts and technology organization, Gray Area, is coming out on top. A major player in the West Coast digital creativity scene, for the past seven years, the non-profit initiative has been supporting a cutting-edge pool of talent that runs parallel (and often perpendicular) to the powerhouse Bay ...
San Francisco's Gray Area Art & Technology foundation had a huge weekend. In celebrating the proverbial finish line for the renovation of its new facility in the Grand Theater on Mission street, the foundation, which champions "...the gray area between the arts, technology, and design,"closed out a three-day conference ...
“You want to see our sensor?” Pierre Forcioli-Conti gestures at a high window that leads to the roof. “You’ll have to climb over Matt’s desk and go out the window.” No problem. I wriggle through the window and climb out on top of the the refurbished 1940s movie ...
All great art institutions were once startups too. I was wandering around the U.S.’s largest art museum, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, the other week (on one of those #museumhack walks) when I learned that the institution’s very first acquisition in 1870 was a lowly ...
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