CryptoArt is very much in vogue these days, with millions of dollars becoming a staple of the art scene. With Miami Art Week fast approaching, Miami Dade College MDC announced that it will be hosting “The Art of NFTs” event.
This event is scheduled for November 29, 2022, Attendees will view digital art created by students at MDC and the New World School of Art.
Planning your events for Miami Arts Week?
Don’t miss this pop-up exhibition hosted by Business Innovation and Technology (BIT Center) featuring NFTs by us @employee the students.
Join us on Tuesday, November 29th from 2-6pm on the Wolfson Campus.#BeMDC # Art Basel pic.twitter.com/O1RvI0GQbI
– Miami Dade College (MDCollege) November 27, 2022
The art of coding by students
This event will be in the form of a pop-up digital art exhibition and will be held at MDC’s BIT Center. On the occasion of the college anniversary The first digital exhibitionThis free event will give attendees a chance to see digital art that students work on and serve as an opportunity to learn about the medium itself.
Finally, the event will serve as a launching pad for the MDC NFT suite, developed by student Leidel Leiva. These NFTs have unique benefits, as students and other award holders can redeem various rewards.
Considering how popular CryptoArt is, it is fitting that the university should give its students a platform to showcase their talents.
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Tokoni Uti has written extensively on blockchain and cryptocurrency for years. Her work has been featured on sites like BTCmanager and Blockchain Reporter. She has a certificate in corporate communication.