The Library is currently accepting applications from student artists for the relaunch of their Wireless Art Network (WAN), a network created by two UCSB graduates, Chris Silva (MFA, New Media, 2013) and Raymond Douglas (BA, Art Studio, 2013), to display art through wireless 802.11 technologies in public spaces. This wireless network, not connected to the internet, will only be available within Davidson Library by connecting to the “Wireless Art Network” from your laptop within most of the areas around the main entrance on both the first and second floors. Interested students should click here.
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