MISSION

The Studio 300 Festival, a reference to Transylvania University's 300 North Broadway address, explores creative manifestations of technology through concerts and exhibitions of digital art and music. 


This year’s festival will feature concerts in Haggin Auditorium, and multimedia gallery exhibits in the Morlan Gallery, BYTE Gallery kiosk, and other spaces within the Mitchell Fine Arts Center.  A late night concert will also take place off campus at Al’s Bar.  Artists and musicians from Lexington and across globe will be participating, on campus or through the BYTE Gallery.  International in scope, participants in past years have hailed from the United States, Canada, Norway, United Kingdom, Australia, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey, Greece, China, France, Ireland, Columbia, and Germany.     


Computer-based art is a rapidly evolving and fascinating medium flourishing in a rich diversity of technologies, interdisciplinary styles, and aesthetics.  STUDIO 300 festival brings to Lexington these latest works and developing genres, providing Transylvania University students and other Lexingtonians an exclusive front row seat at the leading edge of international digital art and music scenes.


FESTIVAL VENUES

Transylvania University

Morlan Gallery

Mitchell Fine Arts Center

BYTE Gallery

FATLab

Al’s Bar

Lexington, Kentucky

Campus Map


PRESS RELEASE

Transylvania University’s third annual STUDIO 300 features vanguard of digital arts and music movement



PHOTOS AND INFORMATION ABOUT PAST FESTIVALS

Photos from the 2011 Festival

Official 2011 Catalog

Lexington Herald-Leader

http://www.facebook.com/studio300festival


TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY

Through an engagement with the liberal arts, Transylvania University prepares its students for a humane and fulfilling personal and public life by cultivating independent thinking, open-mindedness, creative expression, and commitment to lifelong learning and social responsibility in a diverse world.


All students at Transylvania have ample opportunities to create art and music with technology through regular and special topics courses in the Fine Arts Technology Lab.  Students may focus their studies in digital art and music through the Music Technology, Studio Art, Writing, Rhetoric & Communication (WRC) and Computer Science majors.  Minors in these areas are also available.



For more information contact Timothy Polashek, director of the STUDIO 300 Festival, Transylvania University, 300 North Broadway, Lexington, KY 40508 USA


 

STUDIO 300 Digital Art and Music Festival, 2013

October 4 & 5, 2013

Lexington, Kentucky USA