You're Invited to InnerSpace's Virtual Reality Festival

Live art sessions, studio tours, and more.

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Atlanta-based InnerSpace Project is gearing up to launch a virtual reality festival this week. Co-founded by visual artist Greg Mike, the digital initiative will gather multifaceted artists from across the globe to partake in live painting sessions, illustration battles, studio tours, and more. Over 80 artists will be participating in the digital showcase including Alex Pardee, Killer Acid, JEKS, Lucas Beaufort, among many others.

“InnerSpace Project is an initiative to showcase that while all is quiet outside, the indoors and artists’ studio spaces are bustling with creativity. We are here to elevate your isolated experience by producing a series of online events between the most vibrant creatives,” explained the organization in a statement.

Festivities kick off this Saturday, April 25. Those who RSVP for the free event on InnerSpace Project’s website will be emailed a link to tune into the live stream 48 hours in advance.

Elsewhere in art, David Zwirner launched an Online Viewing Room featuring never-before-seen drawings by the acclaimed Canadian contemporary artist, Marcel Drama.

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