Pulse 2012 is an Art + Technology Festival taking place at Telfair in Savannah, GA, February 27 – March 4, 2012. This festival combines technology and art with creative flair and innovation in mind with programs exploring a variety of topics from digital art to computer games, just to mention a few. Here are a few topics that caught my eye when I glanced through the program;

Exhibition: Game Change: Videogames as Art Medium and Inspiration – there’s also a panel about this on March 1st 6-8 pm called¬†Game Change Evening Panel: Ian Bogost, Mary Flanagan, Kunal Gupta, Greg Borenstein, and Audiovisual performance by Matthew Akers

  • Developing Games for the IOS, Feb 18-19th, (ages 18 & up)
  • Digital Fabrication, Feb 18 & 26, (ages 14 -18)
  • Noise Toy workshop, March 3, (ages 13- Adult)
  • (FULL!, No longer Accepting Registrations) Kinect workshop, March 3, (ages 16 & up)
  • (FULL!) Scratch Game/ Animation at Georgia Tech, March 2
  • Educators’ workshop: Gaming to learn, Feb 24, (adult)
  • Game design with Red Panda Studios, Feb 21 & 23, (13-18)

All programs are free during this  festival. Click here for the detailed program

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telfair museum, savannah, georgia