Denver Digerati is a nonprofit that supports artists working in digital animation and motion art. We believe in the freedom to create without restrictions. Denver Digerati promotes those who aspire to express their unique visions through their art. We produce content, manage equitable artist commissions, collaborate on community events, deliver education workshops, and host the annual Supernova Digital Animation Festival.
Denver Digerati are leaders in the field of art integration with public LED and other display formats that position motion art and animation as a form of creative engagement. We provide a platform for artists and students through wider exposure to their work with the Supernova Digital Animation Festival, the first festival in the world dedicated exclusively to digital animation and motion art. 
Through Supernova and other initiatives, Denver Digerati provides compensation to artists through commissions and awards. We endeavor to reduce barriers to access and strive to foster an increased awareness of the medium through our educational opportunities and partnerships. We are dedicated to educating students and the public on the rapidly evolving field of tech based tools and how they can be wielded to create awe inspiring art. 
Denver Digerati originated with a passion for the outdoor exhibition of motion art on LED infrastructure by founder Ivar Zeile. The project has evolved into a non-profit arts organization with the desire to connect an international community of artists with opportunities to present their work in a variety of public and private settings, upholding the highest quality and standards.