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Brave New Media

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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Explore relevant controversial topics through the use of interactive new media art at The Mount Holyoke College Art Museum and Streaming Museum’s exhibit Brave New Perspectives: This World Through the Lens of New Media Art. The unique collaboration features the use of digital tools to encourage community dialogue and inspire personal opinion on important issues such as global warming, the impacts of social media, and modern advances in reproduction and genetics.

Through April 21, free, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Lower Lake Rd., South Hadley (413) 538-2085, www.mtholyoke.edu/artmuseum.

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