We have a splendid opportunity to meet the Digital Art Live team, our magazine readers and digital artists, at the New Bodleian (Weston) Library of the University of Oxford, UK.
This venue will host the major free exhibition: Thinking 3D, which tells the story of the development of three-dimensional communication and visualisation over the last 500 years. This show also explores technological advances up to the present day — including 3D modelling, 3D photography and stereoscopy.
We will pair this with a visit later in the afternoon to the Bodleian’s ‘Moon’ exhibition which celebrates “all things lunar” including art and photography.
11.30am meet outside the venue. The show will not be so booked-out as last year’s Tolkien show was, but you should still try to book your own personal tickets beforehand, ideally for 1pm entry.
11.50pm we go for a quick light lunch and chat in a very nearby pub garden we know of. (Purchase your own snack and drinks).
12.50pm we assemble at the exhibition entrance, ready to start our 1pm tour of the ‘Thinking 3D’ exhibition. We anticipate that a full appreciation of this large exhibition may take about an hour or slightly more.
2.30pm informal break in the café.
3pm We will hope to also visit the Moon exhibition in the same venue.
5.00pm Depart for the train station (about a half mile walk from the venue).
Meet outside the venue of the entrance of the New Bodleian (Weston) Library.