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Pixels & Playlists: A Digital Extravaganza of Art and Music


Friday, Sept 15 | 830pm-930pm


Contemporary Calgary
701 11 St SW
Calgary, AB

Get ready to embark on a mind-bending journey through the digital NFT wonderland with none other than Jen Armand and Jen Anderson, the dynamic duo known far and wide as “Jen Squared” from the company Boris Walks Alone Art Inc.

Join us for an electrifying event where pixels meet beats and creativity knows no bounds. Jen Armand, the Picasso of Pixels, and Jen Anderson, the Maestro of Music, are teaming up to unravel the secrets of their mesmerizing synergy. Discover how they effortlessly blend digital art and digital music to create a symphony for the senses. From immersive soundscapes to visually stunning canvases, they’ll show you how pixels and beats can harmonize in ways you’ve never imagined. But that’s not all! Get ready for an exhilarating detour as they guide you through the uncharted territories of the metaverse and NTF art. Strap in as they lead you through virtual realms where art, music, and technology collide in a kaleidoscope of innovation.

Join us for an event that’s not just a talk, but a pulsating experience. Get inspired, get amazed, and get ready to ride the waves of creativity with Jen Squared. Mark your calendars and prepare to be awestruck!

Supported by: Government of Alberta, Alberta Foundation for the Arts, City of CalgaryFunded by the Government of Canada