about us

Pace University’s Digital Gallery is the combined initiative between Pace’s Center for Advanced Media (CAM) and Digital Arts. It was inaugurated in Spring 2003 as a collaboration between the School of Computer Science and Information Systems and the Fine Arts Department.

Located at 163 William Street, a few blocks from City Hall, The Brooklyn Bridge, and Wall Street, Pace’s Digital Gallery is part of a vital downtown NYC art scene that includes historic architecture and national museums.

The goal of Pace’s Digital Gallery’s is to foster the creation and understanding of digital art for the benefit of Pace University, the surrounding community, and the general public. It furthers Pace University’s commitment to educational excellence, diversity, and civic involvement by exhibiting the work of Pace faculty and students, and regularly exhibiting curated work of leading digital artists. It sponsors lectures and symposia on digital art, an artist-in-residence program, and publication of materials for its documentation and promotion.

Francis T. Marchese, Computer Science and Information Systems
Jillian Mcdonald, Fine Arts



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