THE Faculty of Arts and Design at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) is going virtual this year with its 8th annual Arts and Design Digital Festival (Digifest 8), which started today (Tuesday, 0ctober 19) and will run until Thursday, October 21.
This year’s event will feature 48 virtual exhibitions by emerging and established artists.
Digifest will showcase the work produced by DUT students and staff, as well as other artists from South Africa, America, the United Kingdom, the Mediterranean and Asia.
The Digifest manager, Jodie Du Plessis said the students and staff from departments within their faculty have produced absolutely amazing work for Digifest 8.
She said students from other faculties have also submitted their innovative creations for Digifest 8.
Furthermore, Du Plessis highlighted that submissions fitted into one or both categories of UNMASKED and incorporated a fine blend of creativity, technology, innovation, and/or entrepreneurship.
Du Plessis described the level and quality of works on display at Digifest 8 as top-notch and promises to be a feast for art and technology lovers.
If you want to attend the DUT Digifest 8, visit www.digifest.dut.ac.za/programme/. Click on the links for the sessions you would like to attend.