January 09, 2017
This week the Jepson Center hosts the Pulse Art and Technology Festival. Harry Delorme, the Senior Curator of Education for Telfair Museums, joined us to share some highlights of this annual event. He says exhibits and performances at this year’s festival were chosen to inspire audiences to think creatively about their relationship to technology. Some of the featured artists are working with artificial intelligence, sound waves, and human DNA. The Pulse Art and Technology Festival begins this Wednesday, January 11th, and continues through the weekend. Hear the broadcast edit of this story in the audio link below. For more details you may visit: http://www.telfair.org/museum-events/pulse/
J. Cindy Hill joins GPB after three years serving as Arts Marketing Coordinator for Mercer University in Macon, her hometown.
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