The Digital Asset Symposium returns to New York's Museum of Modern Art on May 8. DAS will include a full day of presentations, discussions, and varied perspectives from an array of digital asset experts who are at work in art, media & entertainment, law enforcement and science.
What sets DAS apart is its focus on real-world case studies from a cross-section of domain experts. In the rapidly evolving ecosystem involving the creation, management and use of digital assets, a variety of experiences and perspectives are crucial to addressing today's issues and tomorrow's challenges. DAS offers attendees an in-depth and diverse program from a broad range of viewpoints.
DAS program chair Chris Lacinak says, "DAS is an event that leverages real-world knowledge from an array of sectors to generate unparalleled insights and understanding. From production, to museums, to broadcasters, governmental organizations and more, DAS offers a unique experience for all. We are delighted to work with MoMA once again this year to offer an amazing day of programming."
Registration and additional information can be found at www.DAS2015.org.