By Will Fritz
Associate Editor 

DigiFest 3-day digital arts experience set for April 16-18


Last updated 3/24/2021 at 11:35am

training in visual, performing and digital arts.

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The program at JDS Creative Academy is in place to provide a safe place for adults with intellectual disabilities to learn and advance their education, training and opportunities in visual, performing and digital arts.

DigiFest, the "digital arts experience" that bills itself as the Temecula Valley's biggest digital media festival and competition, is preparing to head into its fifth year – and its second one in a virtual setting as the pandemic continues.

The event, hosted by JDS Creative Academy, features competitions for anyone who works in digital media in several categories.

"We reach out to students, amateurs, adults, professionals who work in digital media – that covers everything from video to film to graphics to illustration, photography, producers, directors, writers, actors, your animators,...

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