The Chicago Art Department, a nonprofit arts organization, is conducting a five-week class focusing on iPhone art.

The Chicago Art Department, a nonprofit arts organization, is conducting a five-week class focusing on iPhone art. Eight students are tasked with completing a project using any iPhone based medium (digital painting, photography, music, video etc.).  An exhibit, opening on January 8, will showcase the work of the class.

The New York Times talks to Mike Nourse, cofounder of The Chicago Art Department:

“We’ve always been rooted in accessible art,” Mr. Nourse said. “The idea that people could create art with something in their pocket — that seemed like something we needed to tackle.”

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