On Monday, China will be projected onto the exterior of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University in Durham.
As part of the second Collaborations: Humanities, Arts & Technology festival, various media artists’ work, including “A China of Many Senses” by Bill Seamen will be presented as part of the opening reception that will kick off the four day festival.
The first CHAT festival was hosted by UNC in 2010. This year’s festival will be collaboratively hosted by Duke, UNC and NC State but will take place on Duke’s campus.
CHAT’s aim is to foster and share ideas about technology, visual arts, and humanities and to foster a relationship between those in the community who are interested in the topics, said festival director Victoria Szabo.
“The goal is to showcase the projects that are being done in our region and to promote awareness of it for ourselves and each other,” she said.