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December 5, 2014

Rapid City Arts Council Merging Art and Technology for Students

Children at the Art Start Studio will soon be getting some technological upgrades to improve creativity, Rapid City Journal reports. The Rapid City Arts Council donated $16,000 to show children the how art and technology can be deeply related. Recommendations for technology additions include a 3D printer, a wall-mounted 70-inch touchscreen tablet, an interactive video table, and a build-your-own computer system. It is hoped the new technology will be added to the studio by the end of 2015.

Read more news on the Dahl Arts Center in our online archives.

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