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      September 20, 2016

      Tuesday   7:00 PM

      1535 Mission Street
      San Francisco, California

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      Art and Virtual Reality

      Join us at the Upload Collective for the second Art + VR Event in the series. After such a great turn out at the last Art event at the Collective, we've decided to continue the series. Rather than just limiting the tech art to Virtual Reality, we have decided to include any art related to tech, while continuing to shocase VR art. This mission of bridging the gap between the tech world and the art world is a new mission that the H.E.art Project (The Home Endevor Art Project) has been born out of. This is a program designed to be funded by tech companies to help provide subsidized housing and gallery space to artists in the Bay Area, that are being pushed out due to gentrification, and thus keeping art within the city. There will be an Art Talk  from Grace Ng on her project using brain waives to create art followed by a presentation from Stuart Mason, discussing a vision for the H.E.art Project. We are showcasing three artists durring this event: Can (John) Buyukberber (Digital) Jeremiah Welch (Paint) Victor Castro (Mixed media) With VR experiances from: Can (John) Buyukberber Doyle Huge Issac Cohn We will have a silent auction, virtual reality demos on Samsung Gear VRs,  HTC Vive, and Oculus experiences as well as art installations. Drinks  and snacks will be provided. www.heartprojectsf.com www.uploadvr.com _______________________________ Partnership/ demo/ press inquiries: Olya@UploadVR.com, Ned@UploadVR.com Art inquiries: Stuart@UploadVR.com

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