The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has announced the launch of their Art and Technology Lab, a program that brings individuals together from across disciplines for collaborative projects, research, and experimentation. The Lab was created with inspiration from the museum's original art and tech program in the late 1960s that saw participation from artists including Andy Warhol and James Turrell. Participants in the new Lab, once selected, will receive grants and support from a committee of artists and tech leaders, as well as access to LACMA facilities to develop their ideas and prototypes.

The deadline for proposals to join the Lab is January 27, so click here to learn more. 

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[via LACMA]

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