CHAT Festival 2010

CHAT, a digital arts and humanities festival, will draw together the diverse digital and artistic resources of the Triangle through performances, discussions, exhibitions and workshops February 16-20, showcasing Collaborations: Humanities, Arts & Technology.

Chat Festival 2010


Festival highlights include:

  • Keynote speech by Robbie Bach, president of Entertainment and Devices, Microsoft (responsible for Xbox 360, Zune and Windows Mobile)
  • Watch as experts discuss if size matters with digital devices – how small is too small?
  • Learn how new media laws will impact the future of music
  • Listen to local entrepreneurs discuss the impact of technology on collaboration
  • See the latest research and faculty projects on the confluence between technology, art and humanities at exhibits across the UNC campus
  • And MUCH, much more!!! (See the full schedule at

Picture 2$15 for admission to the full week
(usually $35 but Partners of the Festival get a discount!)

Want to get admission for free? Follow us on Facebook before Friday, February 12th when we will give away 10 free tickets to 10 random fans!  Follow us at!

Questions? Email: Or, just visit our registration site:



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