Broadway Augmented Opening Reception
Sacramento Republic Offices – 2421 17th Street
Saturday, September 13 from 4 to 9
Come join us for the opening of Broadway Augmented. The Sacramento Republic FC will be hosting a BBQ to help us celebrate.
A Vision for Broadway
Robert T. Matsui Gallery in Sacramento City Hall- 915 I Street
Open Monday through Friday 8 to 5
The show at Sacramento City Hall, “A Vision for Broadway,” will bring together images and plans from the Broadway Vision Plan, Broadway Augmented public art project and Historic records and images of the Broadway neighborhood, on loan from Sacramento Center for History. It will include 3D sculptures from 4 of the eleven Broadway Augmented projects, as well as an installation featuring artist Ben Hunt. The installation will include a sculpture of a lantern, which was the foundation for his Broadway Augmented project, 2D images of his virtual augment, and a 3D printed model of the virtual lantern. The installation will illustrate the creative process experienced by the Broadway Augmented artists. The show “Vision for Broadway” will display the history and a vision of the future for the greater Broadway neighborhood.
Sacramento Republic Offices- 2421 17th Street
Open Monday through Saturday 9 to 5
The four artists in this exhibition — Andrew Connelly, Chris Daubert, Mark Lanning and Emily Schleiner — were commissioned to create works about the Broadway Corridor. The Broadway district has a rich history; the street has some local landmarks such as the Old City Cemetery and the iconic Tower Theater. Its ethnic diversity is reflected in the businesses that populate the street, from its restaurants to its historic Chinese Family Associations. A major thoroughfare, it’s a street full of lively activity and interaction. Working with installation, sculpture, new media and photography, the artists will each respond to the unique identity of Broadway, capturing the spirit of the street and its people.
More Information About the Artists.
Panels and Lectures
Broadway Augmented: Demonstration of Virtual Technology
Mario Sotelo, is a new media artist and the Lead Modeler for the Broadway Augmented exhibition. Mario will talk the entire project from early experiments to final execution. He will discuss how he collaborated with the artists to translate their designs into 3D models prepared for the Augmented Reality environment.
Sacramento Republic Office, 2412 17th Street
Saturday September, 13th at 2:00 pm.
Broadway Augmented: Making Art for Broadway.
Join artists from Broadway Augmented, a temporary public art project of virtually installed artworks, superimposed on the real world and viewable through your mobile device, for a panel discussion of their experiences designing site-specific artworks and translating them into three-dimensional, computer-generated “augments.” We will also discuss the concurrent exhibition, Broadway Re-Imagined at the offices of Sacramento Republic FC.
Moderated by Rachel Clarke
Panelists include artists Gioia Fonda, Michael Rees, and Mark Lanning
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 from 6:30 to 8:00pm
Verge Center for the Arts, 625 S Street, Sacramento, CA
Design and Technology: How Artists and Designers are using technology to bring their ideas to clients and to the public.
Moderated by Laura Wood, Associate AIA and Virtual Design Coordinator, Nacht and Lewis.
Panelists include; Andrew Anker, Chair, Design of Design California State University, Sacramento, Jason Silva, AIA, LEED AP, Partner, Design Principal, Dreyfuss and Blackford, and Rachel Clarke, Professor of New Media Art at California State University, Sacramento
Thursday, October 16, 2014 from 6:30 to 8 pm.
The Avid Reader, 1600 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95818
Click HERE for dates and to make a reservation. Smart devices will be provided to participants.
Artist Presentation and Panel Discussion
Joseph Delappe Artist Lecture
All Surfaces Become One Exhibition
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