|About||Viz-a-GoGo is the annual showcase of student work in the Department of Visualization at Texas A&M University. The event aims to bring together the local Bryan/College Station community and call attention to the stunning work being created by Vizzers.|
This year is Viz-a-GoGo 24-bit: True Color! From May 3-6, come out to Downtown Bryan to check out the latest work from students in the Viz Lab.
Exhibition Venues and Times:
Ice House on Main
Viz North Gallery
May 3: 12pm-5pm
May 4: 12pm-8pm
May 5: 12pm-10pm
May 6: 10am-10pm
May 6: 7:30pm
Viz-a-GoGo is an annual event held by Texas A&M's Department of Visualization. It's a showcase of student work from the past year, including an exhibition of physical works and a screening of time based works. It's an awesome event to see new work coming out of one the premier visual arts departments in the country.
Types of work you could see at the exhibition include flat work like paintings and photography, sculpture, interactive art like VR and gaming, installation work, and other traditional media.
The screening shows off the newest animations created in the Viz Lab, as well as student short films, visual effects, class reels, and other time based media.