Winona State University will host the International Digital Media Arts Association 2016 Conference: Interface: The Digital and The Human, Oct. 5-8, at the Tau Center.
The event will include keynote speeches by leading figures in the field, a digital arts exhibition at the Laird Norton on Wednesday and a cruise on the Cal Fremling on Thursday.
The University Theme, Our Digital Humanity, focuses around the impact technology has in our lives. Students and faculty are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to learn about digital humanities, arts and industry.
Registration is $349 and $150 for undergraduate students, to register visit the conference website http://idmaa.org/conferences/.
This fee includes membership, keynote luncheons and banquet.
Housing is available for $25 a night at the Tau Center.
For more information, email Davin Heckman at DHeckman@winona.edu.