We’re talking tech with artists in-the-know. Steve Miller will lead an engaging virtual discussion with fellow East End techspressionists tonight, and we’ll hear from more TECHSPRESSIONISM – Digital & Beyond artists through the rest of the month. And we’ve got some good news… TECHSPRESSIONISM has been extended through July 23!

Here’s where you can join us at SAC…

Virtual Talk: East End Techspressionists
Wednesday, May 25 @ 5:30 PM
Hang out live on Zoom with International techpressionist artists, moderated by artist Steve Miller.
Studio: Figure Drawing Workshop
Friday, May 27 @ 1 PM 
Working from a live model, artist Linda Capello’s figure drawing workshop will explore techniques of line, mass, gesture, proportion, and foreshortening, starting with short poses and working towards one long pose.
Talk: Bridging Technology with Traditional Media
Saturday, May 28 @ 3 PM
TECHSPRESSIONISM artists Peter Borges, Roz Dimon, Carol Hunt, and Roy Nicholson with discuss how technology can serve and inspire traditional artists and those working in physical mediums.
Virtual Talk: Tech Tuesdays – Responding to Techspressionism
Tuesday, May 31 @ 6 PM
Internationally renowned artist Shimon Attie will respond to the exhibition in light of technology’s expressive potential for re-imagining relationships between space, time, place, memory and identity. Moderated by exhibition advisor and director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center Helen Harrison.
[PS – beginning May 30, SAC’s galleries will be open Thursday through Monday from 12 to 5 PM]





Beginning June 1, Ramblin’ Dan’s Freewheelin’ Band will offer high energy and engaging music classes for kids 0-4 years old every Wednesday throughout the summer. Driven by playful musicality and skillful guitar work, classes are about having fun in pressure-free and comforting atmosphere, helping kids gain confidence.





The work of Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky, examines the complicated relationship humanity has with technology, the way it disrupts our senses of identity. He paints using robotics to enhance his ideas connecting sound, art, and new approaches to composition using data. He is also a composer, multimedia artist, and writer whose work blends genres and global culture with environmental and social issues. He has worked with artists like Metallica and Chuck D, was named National Geographic Emerging Explorer in 2014, and is an award-winning author.


Explore DJ Spooky’s work in our galleries for TECHSPRESSIONISM – Digital & Beyond, on view through July 23.






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