Monthly Archives: January 2011

ShinyArt announces new customers: District 30, Dive Bar in Sacramento; Slide Bar in San Francisco

ShinyArt, the leading provider of online video art rental, today announced that its artwork will be on display at District 30 and Dive Bar in Sacramento, Calif., and Slide Bar in San Francisco, Calif. District 30 is the premier nightclub … Continue reading

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ShinyArt launches online video art rental service

ShinyArt transforms the ubiquitous flatscreen into a canvas for modern art ShinyArt today unveiled its new service to rent video art online to consumer and businesses worldwide. With the popularity of services such as Netflix and Hulu, as well as … Continue reading

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ShinyArt partners with Young Audiences of N. California

ShinyArt’s primary mission is to expose new audiences to contemporary art in unconventional artistic spaces. That is why we are honored to partner with Young Audiences of Northern California, who are equally dedicated to bringing innovative art experiences to the … Continue reading

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Djs, Martinis, and Video Art: ShinyArt makes its debut splash

Wednesday night marked the frenetic openings of District 30 and Dive Bar – there were mermaids (yes, look at the pics); there were free drinks (who could resist?); there was incredible food, thumping music and, oh yeah, a whole lot … Continue reading

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And we are LIVE!

The new and improved ShinyArt website has just been launched and we love it! Take a peek to see how easy it is to bring video art by established and emerging artists and filmmakers into your home. Artists receive royalties … Continue reading

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