Arts & Culture

London Digital Art Week returns for 2024

Today sees the start of Digital Art Week, using the city as a canvas to showcase works from more than 120 leading artists.

Throughout the week, Londoners will be able to experience digital art across the capital – including in prestigious London galleries, outdoor spaces, iconic music venues and over 100 digital billboards.

Helena spoke to the co-founder of Digital Art Week, Shaina Silva, who told us all about the new ways Londoners can experience their favourite artists and brands this week.

Digital Art Week takes place from the 22nd-28th April.

Helena Wadia 22nd April 2024

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