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A pair of meetups are teaming up to bring art and tech together

The April 24 panel discussion is at WeWork Crystal City. Tech in Motion and the Arts Meet! unite.

At a Tech in Motion event in Irvine, Calif. (Photo by Flickr user UCI Institute for Innovation, used under a Creative Commons license)

A pair of local groups are getting together to explore the intersection of arts and tech next week in Arlington, Va.

Tech in Motion and The Arts Meet! are partnering for a panel discussion on April 24 at WeWork Crystal City.

Join us for a discussion on how arts and technology intersect! Featuring a panel including local artists, tech professionals, and graphic designers, we will explore how the arts shape technology and technology can shape the arts.

Tech in Motion is an event series seeking to bring technologists together, known for the Timmy Awards. The Arts Meet! is a program of Arlington Arts with similar goals for the local arts and culture community. Count this as a chance to meet two communities in one night, and hear from members of each. RSVP below.

https://www.meetup.com/TechinMotionDC/events/249155046/

 

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