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Snapshot: The Pop-Up Fest w/ Interactive Art, Music & Performances

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It’s always awesome when technology and art get together to make wonderfully interesting babies. That’s exactly what SNAPSHOT is. While it’s billed as a “Four Day Festival of Interactive Art, Music, and Performance” that barely does it justice. Check out the description below:

SNAPSHOT is a four day pop-up festival of interactive art, music, and performances. Each day and session will be a unique experience. We have collaborated with over 40 local artists and event staff to create this special event for you. SNAPSHOT features an immersive space full of interactive art installations, one of a kind selfie machines with print and share stations, renowned photographers, painters, sculptors, mind blowing circus and performance art. Each session will have a live soundtrack provided by some of the Bay Areas most talented DJ’s and musicians!

This promo video they made really hammers home how dope this thing is going to be:

Check out the whole list of artists and installations right here.

To learn more and get tix, go right here.

May 6th-9th
The Great Northern
[The Design District]
$25 (includes 1 cocktail)

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