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"Going Digital: The Practice and Vision of Digital Artists."

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  • rws1st
    This Friday at 7pm, Mira Mesa Barnes and Noble, and signing and talk by the author, Joe Nalvan. Going Digital: The Practice and Vision of Digital Artists.
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      This Friday at 7pm, Mira Mesa Barnes and Noble, and signing and talk by the author, Joe
      Nalvan.

      "Going Digital: The Practice and Vision of Digital Artists."

      Joe Nalvan, is the co-author of this recently published book. What makes this book
      different, and interesting, is that it goes beyond the"how-to" computer art tech books to
      engage all those who enjoy visual art.

      Here is a cover blurb from Robert Bersson, the author of Responding to
      Art, McGraw-Hill:


      Joe Nalven and JD Jarvis’ intriguing book furthers our understanding and appreciation
      of this youngest art form. It starts with the unusual condition of artists working from the
      same images, thereby requiring us to attend closely to their artistic process and personal
      vision. Seeing their digital art unfold and then critically responding to it requires some
      fresh thinking for those unfamiliar with the divergent ways of making digital art, but it
      is a journey well worth taking.

      Joe Nalvan also teaches anthropology locals and is prepared for a talk, showing of art and
      wherever we wish to take questions and discussion.

      Let's give him a warm welcome and share in thoughts about digital art!
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