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Art and Tech Collide: Atomic Data Announces Partnership With Walker Art Center

If you attended last year’s Rock the Garden and thought, “This free wi-fi sure makes it easy to send Snaps of me singing totally on key to my friends,” then you have Atomic Data to thank. The Minneapolis IT company provided the connection to the festival in a partnership with Minnesota Public Radio and the Walker Art Center. Now, Atomic Data is becoming even tighter with the venerable Minneapolis art destination by signing a multi-year partnership.

As the Walker’s exclusive technology partner, Atomic Data will be teaming up with the art center to, “continue to modernize infrastructure, execute cutting-edge initiatives, and better serve its tech-centric attendees,” CEO Jim Wolford said in a statement.

“Atomic Data and the Walker share a commitment to innovation and championing the new,” Mary Ceruti, executive director of the Walker, said in a statement. “Atomic Data will be an essential partner, advancing the Walker’s technological capabilities and supporting our mission as a multidisciplinary art center and catalyst for the creative expression of artists and the active engagement of audiences.”

And if you’re planning on attending Rock the Garden 2020, never fear — Atomic Data will once again be providing free wi-fi. Start practicing for your social media singalongs now.

Photo by Lindsey Kusteman, courtesy Walker Art Center

Alex Skjong
Alex oversees the content produced for BETA, Twin Cities Startup Week, and When he’s not writing or editing, there’s a good chance he’s enjoying a refreshing brew and explaining the merits of heavy metal (of which there are many).