The L.A.S.T. (Life Art Science Technology) festival celebrates the confluence of art with the new media technologies and nascent sciences that are transforming sociality and experience in the 21st century.
Creativity does not happen in a vacuum, whether it's art, tech or science. They all coexist, influence each other and interact. Silicon Valley did not happen in a vacuum, it happened within the intense cultural ecosystem of the Bay Area. The L.A.S.T. festival aims at presenting art, tech and science within the same venue. The art expo features a dozen interactive high-tech installations that break the "Do not touch!" taboo of the traditional museum and that are meant to let you experience something you never experienced before. The speakers features talks on Artificial Intelligence, Graphics/Animation, Nanotech, Space Exploration, Computer Graphics, etc by leaders of today's science and technology.
Click here for a history of the festival, which has been held at Zero1 in San Jose (Spring 2014), Stanford University (Fall 2014), The Lab (2015), and San Jose State University's Hammer Theater in San Jose (2017).
Join the team and help make this happen! The festival is totally nonprofit and we always need volunteers. Calling all college level students in the Bay Area! You can help with the actual days of the festival, with designing this website, with curating the art expo, with managing the speakers and panels, with P.R., and with the setup.