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Art + Technology Initiative
Who's Who of the 2011 Design, Art & Technology (DATA) Awards
The Pittsburgh Technology Council is proud to announce the finalists and winners of this year’s Design, Art and Technology Awards. Join us as we honor our region’s leading-edge intersections of tech and creativity.
THE 2ND ANNUAL PAUSCH PRIZE HONOREE:
Will Wright, Internationally-Acclaimed Game Designer and creator of The Sims
Presented by the Entertainment Technology Center
2011 DATA AWARDS FINALISTS:
CATEGORY WINNERS FOR ALL AWARDS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT THE 2011 DATA AWARDS CEREMONY ON APRIL 28, 2011.
The Maker Category:
Awarded to the company or individual who has entered the most creative and innovative marketplace design, including but not limited to product design, industrial design, interface or related applications. Finalists are:
Allegheny Land Trust
Astrobotic Technology, Inc.
Thorley Industries/4 Moms
The Icon Category:
Given to the company or individual who has used emerging technologies to create innovative user experiences, including but not limited to Web and mobile applications, video, flash or any other new media marketing strategies. Finalists are:
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, CMU
The Joystick Category:
Awarded to the company or individual who has created the most compelling electronic game, including but not limited to video games, animation, edutainment or gaming crossover technology. Finalists are:
Electric Owl Studios
Evil Genius Designs WINNER
Schell Games WINNER
The Art + Tech Category:
Given to the company or individual who has created the most innovative work of art incorporating technology or technology-themed content. Finalists are:
Entertainment Technology Center, CMU
Wood Street Galleries WINNER
The CRIB (Creative Rooms in Business) Category:
Awarded to Pittsburgh’s most creative workplace, this award celebrates creative work environments, incorporating non-traditional design, unique methods of company community, artwork or space that encourages creativity.
Burt Hill / Stantec
The 2011 PITTSBURGH-TO-HOLLYWOOD AWARD WINNERS:
Get creative. For questions, or for more information, please contact Kim Chestney Harvey, Director of the Art + Technology Initiative and the 15 Minutes Gallery, at 412.918.4223.