RSVP: School of Game Development Brings VR Experience to Sausalito Art Festival

What: 76th Annual Sausalito Art Festival
When: August 30 – September 2, 2019
Where: Art Tech Pavilion, Marinship Park, 2200 Marinship Way, Sausalito

Looking for something fun and creative to do this weekend? We strongly suggest heading over to Sausalito for their 76th Annual Sausalito Art Festival. They’ve got art and music that should keep you sufficiently entertained for this entire Labor Day long weekend.

But that’s not all—it’s actually a great time to show some support for your fellow Urban Knights, particularly those from the School of Game Development. Yes, students from this department will be there at the Art Tech Pavilion on official capacity, showcasing as much as 16 pieces of student artwork that we’re sure you can all rally behind and be proud of.

There will also be a booth set up where you can join in the drawing and painting demo. Hey, it’s art school, after all, and there’s no better way to make art than actually doing them.

The Norman Rockwell VR Experience

Even more exciting, however, is that they’re also bringing along their prestigious Normal Rockwell VR Experience project! It’s gone around the country, made a few stops abroad, and even graced the halls of Congress. If you want to see what the fuss is all about, and why it’s such a big deal, then this is as good an opportunity as you can find.

Norman Rockwell VR Experience in Congress
Norman Rockwell VR Experience in Congress

This is the first time that the Sausalito Art Festival will have a Technology booth, so you can bet that this is an historic moment not only for them but our Game Dev students as well.

Go check it out; it’s always a good time to be by the marina, but for this weekend, you can expect it to be a lot more lit than usual. Hope to see you there!


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Norman Rockwell VR Exhibit banner image courtesy of Sausalito Art Festival