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Thursday, 22 March, 2001, 10:34 GMT
Multi-media artists showcased
Star Wars
Fans of Star Wars will be showing their digital films
An arts festival in Sheffield has opened showing work produced using cutting edge digital technology.

The Lovebytes Festival in Sheffield combines live music, static displays and multi-media performances from international artists.

Workshops and performances run from 22-25 March at the Lovebytes Media Lab.

Organisers have commissioned six artists to create sound-based multi-media artworks.

As well the display there will be digital screenings including films made by Star Wars fans.

Lovebytes is an arts organisation dedicated to supporting artists and audiences using digital media.

It is a non-profit making company, established in Sheffield in 1994.

As well as organising the annual festival, it provides promotional opportunities and support services for artists working with digital media.

The commissioned works will continue to be displayed at the Media Lab after the festival closes.

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