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Keith Bowers
2-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. Noon-5 p.m. Saturday., Friday March 22 | Free.

 Art and Science are intertwined throughout history. New media in art arise from science and technology working together to express complex ideas, often from a simple desire to create something novel. This exhibition features 17 works from 15 artists who have worked in the New Media environment. There will also be several short video-based works that will be screen on an ongoing basis throughout the four-week exhibit.



Where: Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Phone: 513-861-3638
Address: 2727 Woodburn Ave.
Website: http://www.manifestgallery.org/manifestpress  

Manifest Creative Research Gallery

2727 Woodburn Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45206
 
Features changing exhibitions and offers internships and study opportunities.
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