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THE THIRD annual international festival Multiplace, which focuses on the latest trends in using modern technology in art, starts this Monday, March 29. It will run until April 8 and, as the title suggests, can be seen in Bratislava, Trnava, and Žilina in Slovakia, and in the Czech Republic's capital, Prague.
Apart from presenting contemporary computer art, the festival will also feature various creative uses of new media art.

THE THIRD annual international festival Multiplace, which focuses on the latest trends in using modern technology in art, starts this Monday, March 29. It will run until April 8 and, as the title suggests, can be seen in Bratislava, Trnava, and Žilina in Slovakia, and in the Czech Republic's capital, Prague.

Apart from presenting contemporary computer art, the festival will also feature various creative uses of new media art. A series of exhibitions, concerts, multimedia performances, film screenings, workshops, and lectures will take place in the presence of several significant international artists.

For more information visit www.multiplace.sk.

Compiled by Spectator staff from press reports

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