Event Press Release

Four San Francisco Design Masters Featured In SFMOMA Digital Design Lecture

Release date: August 11, 2000

What Dancing through Floating Space: Four Masters of Digital Design is a panel discussion by four of San Francisco's most accomplished designers of digitally based work. From collage to animation, from high-affect colors to high-tech minimalism, these designers will present a range of images, forms and compositions that transform the electrosphere into a place of floating beauty. Presented by the San Francisco chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts and the SFMOMA Architecture and Design Forum.
Who Erik Adigard, M.A.D.
Amy Franceschini, Future Farmers
David Karam, Post Tool
Will Travis, ATTIK
When Thursday, October 5, 2000
7–9 p.m.
Where Phyllis Wattis Theater
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third Street (between Mission and Howard)
More $15 general; $12 SFMOMA members, seniors and students with ID;
$10 AIGA and SFMOMA Architecture +and Design Forum members.
Tickets may be purchased in advance, cash only, at the SFMOMA admissions desk. Tickets may also be charged by phone by calling Tickets.com at 415/478-2277 or 510/ 762-2277 (a surcharge will be applied). For more information, call the AIGA SF at 415/ 626-6008.

Media Contacts

  • Lynne Kimura , 415/357-4176,
  • Libby Garrison , 415/357-4177,
  • Sandra Farish Sloan, 415/357-4174,


San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

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