DG2015 Visiting Artist Series Returns to Alys Beach

Award-winning artists from around the U.S. will venture to Alys Beach on 30A in Northwest Florida’s South Walton county January  14-21, 2015 for the third annual Digital Graffiti Visiting Artist Residency program. During the seven-day program, residency artists will reside under one roof and collaborate with curator Brett Phares to create individual pieces, which will be entered into the juried Digital Graffiti Festival to be held June 4-6, 2015. The artists include Sean Capone of Brooklyn, New York, Andrew Demirjian of Palisades Park, New Jersey, Natalie Goldman of LaJolla, California, and Shantell Martin of New York, New York.Continue Reading

DG2015 Calls for your Digital Works of Art!

The Alys Foundation invites artists from around the world to submit original artwork for the Eighth Annual Digital Graffiti Festival, the world’s first projection art festival held in Alys Beach on Scenic Highway 30A in Northwest Florida’s South Walton county. For three evenings, Alys Beach opens its doors, courtyards, and pedestrian paths to innovative artists who transform the entire resort town into a living work of art. The juried festival explores ways in which art, design and technology interact with the distinctive architecture of Alys Beach to create new forms of expression. For this year’sContinue Reading

We’re counting down to DG2015!

Projecting art onto the white buildings of Alys Beach is the closest thing I’ve experienced to magic.

Andrés Duany, Architect and Urban Planner

Digital Graffiti is a magical event – Surprisingly adventurous and inspirational. And the beautiful buildings of Alys Beach were the perfect canvas! I can’t wait to experience it again.

Cheyann Benedict, Designer

Digital Graffiti has become a mainstay of the experimental film scene in the Southeast, a place to screen work that often has a more challenging visual or narrative aspect.

David Montgomery, Artist

(Alys Beach) is welcoming painters with open arms and white walls. But with projectors and laptops rather than spray cans.

USA Today

Here’s one for your must-do-once-in-a-life list: the Digital Graffiti festival, where an entire coastal town is turned into a kaleidoscopic color explosion.

Lexus Drivers Magazine

Andrés Duany, Architect and Urban Planner
Cheyann Benedict, Designer
David Montgomery, Artist
USA Today
Lexus Drivers Magazine