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FREE LECTURE: The Artist and AI (Artificial Intelligence)
FREE LECTURE: The Artist and AI (Artificial Intelligence)

Wed, Jun 26


Vail Public Library

FREE LECTURE: The Artist and AI (Artificial Intelligence)

Learn how the emerging AI (artificial intelligence) tools can help creatives reach a new level. Margo will lead you through this fascinating world, all written by AI and paired with her art.

Time & Location

Jun 26, 2024, 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Vail Public Library, 292 W Meadow Dr, Vail, CO 81657, USA


photo credit: AI

The impact of AI on artists and the future of visual arts is a topic of substantial interest and debate. On one hand, AI tools have the potential to revolutionize the way artists create, collaborate, and interact with the art world. AI-generated art, including algorithms that can produce visual pieces, opens up new creative possibilities and challenges traditional notions of authorship and creativity.

AI also provides artists with powerful tools for digital creation, including advanced software for 3D modeling, virtual reality, and digital painting. These tools enable artists to explore new mediums and methods, pushing the boundaries of what is visually possible.

Furthermore, AI has the potential to enhance audience engagement and participation in the arts. Through virtual reality experiences, interactive installations, and immersive digital art, artists can create engaging and participatory experiences that expand the reach of visual arts.

However, concerns about the impact of AI on the future of visual arts also exist. Questions about the role of human creativity, ethics, and the authenticity of AI-generated art challenge the traditional understanding of artistic creation. Additionally, there are concerns about the potential displacement of artists by AI technology, as well as the impact on the value and marketability of original art.

In the future, the visual arts are likely to be influenced by a combination of traditional artistic expression and the integration of AI and digital technologies. Artists who embrace and adapt to these innovations may find new opportunities for expression and creativity, while the art world as a whole may experience a redefinition of what constitutes art and how it is valued and experienced.'

(Written by AI)

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