|Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach — the world’s first projection art festival located on Scenic Highway 30A in Northwest Florida’s South Walton county — will be held over three summer evenings beginning Thursday, June 4 through Saturday, June 6.
Staging Digital Graffiti in the town of Alys Beach, known for its stark white walls, gives artists a large-scale “blank” canvas to explore the intersections of art and architecture, while creating entirely new art forms. Once darkness falls, the iconic white walls glow with dozens of dazzling original art projections.
The three-day art festival opens with a behind-the-scenes sneak peek of select digital art during the Curator’s Tour and Talk on Thursday evening. The full exhibit officially opens Friday when art lovers can leisurely stroll along the pedestrian paths to view and discuss the latest in art, architecture, and technology with some of the digital artist finalists who have work on display. The event continues on Saturday, with a second night of exhibitions, the announcement of the DG2015 award winners, and culminates with a celebration of still more digital art and music around Caliza Pool.