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Telfair’s 2024 PULSE Festival includes several recent artist projects that have emerged on the local scene to address our relationship with technology, from artists using AI tools to those finding new inspiration in earlier tech from animated GIFs to LEDs. Works include Will Penny’s Small Talk which crosses a kitsch electronic toy with AI that encourages visitors to interact. The group project Posthumanism presents a cyberpunk aesthetic of tubes, wires, and screens, and incorporates the viewer’s image into AI-generated texts. Katie Hagen’s Glow is an LED sculpture that references weaving, while Bryce Winters’ A Lossy Existence features a series of GIFs which pose questions about human experience.

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PULSE art + technology Festival 2024

January 26January 27 Jepson Center
Telfair Museums offers a PULSE Art + Technology Festival for 2024 with a focus on the museum’s new immersive, technology-focused Children’s Art Museum, local artists’ AI art projects, and STEAM activities for children and families.
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PULSE Art and Film Night: Osamu Tezuka’s Metropolis

January 26 at 6pm8pm Jepson Center
Come enjoy an evening of projections, cool tech projects by local artists, and a classic anime feature. Art projects by Savannah-based artists will include large-scale projections by Will Penny and John Colette, and an exhibition of media art and interactive works made with AI. At 6pm, enjoy a screening of the classic animated feature Metropolis (107 minutes, 2001).
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PULSE Free Family Day

January 27 at 10am5pm Jepson Center
Families are invited to enjoy a day of free admission for area local residents to experience tech-based and interactive art projects and demonstrations by local artists and a special performance by Tybee Ballet Theater. *Free admission for residents of Chatham, Bryan, Effingham, Liberty, Jasper, and Beaufort Counties.
Event

PULSE art + technology Festival 2024

January 26January 27 Jepson Center
Telfair Museums offers a PULSE Art + Technology Festival for 2024 with a focus on the museum’s new immersive, technology-focused Children’s Art Museum, local artists’ AI art projects, and STEAM activities for children and families.
Event

PULSE Art and Film Night: Osamu Tezuka’s Metropolis

January 26 at 6pm8pm Jepson Center
Come enjoy an evening of projections, cool tech projects by local artists, and a classic anime feature. Art projects by Savannah-based artists will include large-scale projections by Will Penny and John Colette, and an exhibition of media art and interactive works made with AI. At 6pm, enjoy a screening of the classic animated feature Metropolis (107 minutes, 2001).
Event

PULSE Free Family Day

January 27 at 10am5pm Jepson Center
Families are invited to enjoy a day of free admission for area local residents to experience tech-based and interactive art projects and demonstrations by local artists and a special performance by Tybee Ballet Theater. *Free admission for residents of Chatham, Bryan, Effingham, Liberty, Jasper, and Beaufort Counties.
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