Procreate, the division of Corel that makes products for creative professionals, kicked off its North American Digitalism Tour at this week’s Macworld Conference & Expo in New York City. (Digitalism is any art form that can be digitized-including illustrations, paintings, photography, music and more-and that is made possible by digital tools such as computers, peripherals and enabling software).
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Sponsored by Intel, Sony, Corel, Wacom, Alias/Wavefront and the Art Institutes, the tour supports the digital art movement, “Digitalism,” and what procreate describes as “the most significant players in the creative computing industry.”
The Digitalism Tour also highlights technology from Macromedia, Epson, HP, Minolta and Nikon, as well as artistic institutions like the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. It will promote Digitalism using the Digitalism Vehicle, a mobile art studio and exhibition vehicle that will tour North America for seven months.
The world’s first mobile interactive experience of computer generated art, the Digitalism Tour will travel the USA and Canada for seven months, with scheduled stops in Canada, Minneapolis, Chicago, Atlanta, Denver and Los Angeles, with more dates to come. For more details about the Digitalism Tour, including a full schedule of tour stops and information about its sponsors, visit the
Digitalism Tour Web site.