Art & Tech Café and Gallery

Be inspired by artists using art and technology for the greater good. You can explore their work and others' works in our virtual art gallery.

Virtual Gallery

Featured Speakers

Eyvette Jones-Johnson

Founder, Urban Possibilities

Anna Leighton

Co-Director of Wellbeing Center and Art and Tech Cafe and Gallery

Daniel Leighton

Co-Director of Wellbeing Center and Art and Tech Cafe and Gallery

Upcoming Events

The WITI Art and Tech Cafe and Gallery present Tiffany Trenda Art Talk

Monday, July 20th • 3:00pm — 4:00pm PDT (6:00pm — 7:00pm EDT)

Tiffany Trenda is an award-winning, internationally recognized performance artist in wearable tech based out of Los Angeles. Her performances and installations explore the relationship between the body, particularly the female body, to technology. She interchanges her identity and her physical body with screens to represent how we conceal and reveal ourselves through our devices (smart phones, computers, etc.) and how it affects our social behaviors. Join us for an intimate conversation with the artist about her work with women's and social issues, using algorithms and 3D printed costumes as her mediums.

The WITI Art and Tech Cafe and Gallery present Eyvette Jones-Johnson

Wednesday, July 29th • 12:00pm — 1:00pm PDT (3:00pm — 4:00pm EDT)

Eyvette Jones-Johnson is the founder of Urban Possibilities, an empowerment organization that transforms homeless and low-income job seekers lives though the art of writing and performance. Eyvette was raised in Chicago and grew up with activism. Since she was a little girl she marched for human rights along side her activist mother. Rev. Jesse Jackson was a part of her household along with stories and lessons which have informed her path. Join us for an intimate conversation.

The WITI Art and Tech Cafe and Gallery present Daniel Leighton Art Talk

Time TBA

Daniel Leighton is an Augmented Reality artist, iPad painter, filmmaker, and technologist who started programming at the age of eleven. His work explores why acknowledging feelings can be they key to solving most of our problems, within ourselves and out in the world.