Go Digital With The Creators Project

Better put on your running shoes! As a collaboration between Vice Magazine and Intel, The Creators Project event series—a traveling global celebration—comes to NYC this week and is cozying up to 80,000 square feet of display and performance space at Milk Studios. This massive venue boasts an impressive roster of artists, musicians and performers from heavy-weights Interpol and The Rapture even heavier-weights like Spike Jonze and Animal Collective putting on DJ sets, concerts, and a bevy of films. An ode of sorts to the digital world, many of the artists featured here explore the way that digitally manipulated sounds, motions, and images converge in real time, in real spaces. Part music festival, part film screening, and part interactive art showcase, we have a feeling that this multi-faceted cluster bomb of culture is not something you'll want to miss.
Saturday, June 26, 2p.m.-2a.m.; Milk Studios 450 W 15th Street (between 9th and 10th avenues)
Check out the full line up of art installations, films, and musical performers here. Registration is closed, but check out ways that you can still win tickets to catch all the action!

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