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TALKING ART / The New Age: today’s art and technology

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Nov 07, 2022 - Nov 21, 2022


This year’s Talking Art series focuses on perspectives of Form in Crawl art practices. The first night of the three panels explores artists’ works that use technology, such as artificial intelligence, and augmented reality, or question these new forms of art making. The second night, member artists talk about their work and relationships to creativity and its embodiment. On the final night artists share their perspectives on art for mental health and wellness.

Form (noun)
Definition of form:

  • a prescribed and set order of words : FORMULA
  • the essential nature of a thing as distinguished from its matter: such as a: IDEA, b: the component of a thing that determines its kind
  • established method of expression or proceeding : procedure according to rule or rote, also : a standard or expectation based on past experience : PRECEDENT

The New Age:
Today’s Art & Technology

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Currently the Artist Coordinator with the Eastside Arts Society, Samantha Newton comes from a visual arts background, having earned a Diploma in Studio Art from Capilano University and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Arts from Emily Carr University. Starting her career in arts administration in Gallery Management in both the commercial and not-for-profit sectors, Samantha earned a Master of Arts in Arts Leadership from Queen’s University and has since worked to support the arts in a variety of roles. Having discovered the Crawl in her teens, which inspired her studies in visual art, Samantha’s passion is to connect audiences to artists and art making.



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