Save the Date for DG2015!

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach — the world’s first projection art festival located on Scenic Highway 30A in Northwest Florida’s South Walton county — will be held over three summer evenings beginning Thursday, June 4 through Saturday, June 6. Staging Digital Graffiti in the town of Alys Beach, known for its stark white walls, gives artists a large-scale “blank” canvas to explore the intersections of art and architecture, while creating entirely new art forms. Once darkness falls, the iconic white walls glow with dozens of dazzling original art projections. The three-day art festival opens withContinue Reading

DG Awards Grand Prizes Totaling $10,000 To Seven Global Artists

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach — the world’s first art projection festival located on Scenic Highway 30A in Northwest Florida’s South Walton county — announces the seven grand prize winners of its 2014 art competition. The awards ceremony took place on Saturday, June 7 during a welcome party hosted by Emerald Coast magazine. In addition to earning the coveted title as a DG2014 grand prize winner, thanks to support from The Alys Foundation, Visit South Walton, 30A.com and Emerald Coast magazine, a total of $10,000 in cash prizes was awarded to the winners to furtherContinue Reading

We’re counting down to DG2015!

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

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

USA Today

For two nights, DG at Alys Beach is all light, vision and movement, uniquely wondrous and breathtaking. Worldly in scope, nutritious in food for thought, it’s like a dream. If you weren’t a part of it, you missed something very special.

Brett Phares, DG Curator

Digital Graffiti is one of the most uniquely fascinating events I’ve seen in Florida. I was blown away by the mix of creativity and technology, and the sheer scale of the artwork.”

Paul Love, editor of Florida Travel and Life

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

Andrés Duany, architect and urban planner

Lexus Drivers Magazine
USA Today
Brett Phares, DG Curator
Paul Love, editor of Florida Travel and Life
Andrés Duany, architect and urban planner

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