Students push the limits of digital media and art

DigiX, a digital media and arts event, will bring technology demonstrations, exhibits, workshops and a competition showcasing digital masterpieces to Western Carolina University Thursday, April 11.

DigiX grew out of an interest in sharing with the WCU campus and community what is possible with digital media. The event was inspired by the kind of excitement that surrounds large conferences where vendors demonstrate the latest technology.

For the DigiX competition, WCU students are invited to submit either a digital arts project such as a film, animation or graphic design, or an interactive project such as a website, mobile application or game. 

The daylong event will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the A.K. Hinds University Center. It is hosted by WCU’s Coulter Faculty Commons and supported by the Division of Information Technology.

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