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New interactive art display coming to Richardson’s Eisemann Center this fall

The project highlights the Eisemann Center’s history and impact on the arts community in the region.

A new, immersive art project, “20 Years in 20 Minutes,” will be on display Sept. 9-30 at the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts in Richardson.

The display seeks to highlight the history of the Eisemann Center during its 20th Anniversary Celebration. It will also explore the Eisemann Center’s impact on the arts in Richardson and the greater North Texas area.

The Eisemann Center is known for its events, including some community programming that is held outside its doors.

The display was created by the University of Texas at Dallas School of Arts, Humanities, and Technology 3D Studio LightSquad.

Tickets are $20 and are on sale now.

Proceeds from ticket sales for “20 Years in 20 Minutes” will go to the endowment fund.

The immersive video projection is part of a multiyear, interactive arts experience funded by the Eisemann Edge Endowment Fund. The fund was started with a $250,000 donation from community benefactors and civic leaders Ann and Charles Eisemann.

“We very much like the goal of continuing to progress and lead the arts toward new and innovative discoveries as technology reshapes our senses, perceptions and reality,” Ann and Charles Eisemann said in a prepared statement. “We think this will help grow new artistic leadership and create something new that will last into the future and help the arts innovate over time.”

More information is available on the Eisemann Center’s website.

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