DATA 2014: The Design, Art and Technology Awards, Interactive Exhibition and Creative Technologies Summit

Don’t miss DATA 2014
May 7-8, 2014
www.design-art-tech.com

Call for Presenters, Entries and Performers Open Now!

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About DATA:

DATA is the Creative Tech Network’s biggest event of the year, honoring and showcasing the coolest new projects and technologies each year. 

A Visual Diary from the 2013 Design, Art and Technology Awards Gala + Interactive Exhibition 
The 2013 DATA Awards Honor Art and Technology
The 2013 DATA Finalists

The 2012 DATA Finalists   ::   The 2012 DATA Winners!

And the 2011 DATA goes to….(Cool Entertainment Tech Worth Knowing About)
The region’s most creative technology stars grabbed the spotlight for the third annual 2011 DATA Awards last week, an accolade that singles out the best design, art and technology individuals and companies.
2010 Who’s Who of Art and Innovation
The 2010 DATA awards party reads like a local Who’s Who of art and innovation
Burton Morris at the 2010 DATA Awards
Watch the video of Burton talking about his new tech art, Poptics
The Art of Technology: Two Worlds Collide at the 2010 Three Rivers Arts Festival
Pittsburgh’s fist Art and Technology exhibition hits the region’s leading arts festival 
The 2010 DATA Awards Artist of the Year: Robotic Genius, Eric Singer
The rock star of robotics discusses his artistry and musicianship
The 2009 Art + Technology Exhibition & the BurghBot Project
The artistic nature of techies can’t be stopped at Pittsburgh’s first art, tech and robotics competition

Watch the video from the breakout DATA Awards Ceremony!

“Technology is important to Art because it connects creativity with innovation and the spirit of inventiveness. Whether we are using technology to create our art, or to share our art, it challenges artists to explore new realms of aesthetic experience and cultural relevance. But, on the other hand, Art is important to Technology for the most important reason of all. Art gives Technology its humanity. And our humanity is the driving force behind every new technology we design and every product we manufacture. We are all makers. Without creativity, we don’t make anything. If we don’t make anything, we don’t progress.” 
:: Kim Chestney Harvey, Director of the Art + Technology Initiative

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