The 23rd annual showcase of digital wizardry conjured by visualization students from the Texas A&M University College of Architecture will be staged in Downtown Bryan on May 4-7.
This year’s Viz-a-GoGo theme, “The Vizzening,” will be shown off in student-produced segments woven into the show.
“The theme is a play on words of the occult genre, referencing film titles that invariably involve conjuring, happening, or summoning,’” says Viz-a-GoGo production manager and undergraduate visualization major Brittany Wolfe.
Highlighting this year’s event is a public screening of time-based work at 7:30pm on Saturday, May 7, at The Palace Theater.
Viz-a-GoGo will also include exhibits of multimedia installations, interactive game,s and still work in the Amity Building and VizNorth in Dowtown Bryan.
For more information visit viz.arch.tamu.edu.