Edges and Intersections: Art and Technology Together in Downtown Dallas

Tech Wildcatters will be hosting the 2nd annual Edges and Interactions show this Friday in their space in downtown Dallas.

“Since our inaugural art party last year, we have expanded our permanent collection in our new home at 211 North Ervay,” said Gabriella Draney, cofounder of Edges and Interactions. “We are adding more hands on art this year and some exciting new technology. Most of all we are excited about the collision of people from different industries.”

Last year hundreds of attendees from both the tech startup and art communities came to support the launch of the non-profit.

This year’s event will showcase 15 -20 local artists and 5 tech startups. All of the artwork will be displayed and priced for sale, and there will be 3 floors of live music, live art, and plenty of engaging conversation.

Event and registration information can be found here.

Rachel Winstead

Rachel is a freelance writer and works at Soap Hope in downtown Dallas. She hates the term "disrupt," tweets about startups, and appreciates a well-crafted hashtag.