“The Brazos Valley community is invited help us celebrate the diversity and scope of this year’s student work,” said Melissa Butcher, a graduate Viz student and event organizer.
The grand finale of Viz-a-GoGo 25 is a public screening of time-based work beginning at dusk Saturday, May 5 in the Palace Theater, 105 S. Main St. The screening will be accentuated by student-produced segments, woven into the show, that depict this year’s Viz-a-GoGo theme, “Event Horizon.”
“Our theme denotes reflecting on the visualization program’s past and looking forward to what is to come, even if we are unsure of what exactly that is,” said Butcher.
Following the screening, “Vizzies,” awards for the best work as selected by industry…
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