Come by the Burrito Gallery tonight to see a first-of-it’s-kind exhibit in Jacksonville. Imagine a wall of iMacs with digital creations from around the country. Circuits, a digital exhibit curated by the nationally-known Designer Doug Grimmett, will open at tonight’s Artwalk and run through this Sunday.

Doug is the principal of Primal Screen, a motion graphics and animation company out of Atlanta. Although we won’t be seeing his amazing work we will see work from artists PES, We Work For Them, MOOVlab, ©ause Collective, Jeff Boortz, Eric Dyer, and others.

Circuits officially kicks off Re:Charge, AIGA Jacksonville’s every-two-year conference. If you haven’t signed up, there is still time.

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