Collexion Exhibit Shows Off Technology

Reported by: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 7/07/2012 8:00 pm

The Lexington Art League hosted an exhibition today, but the features weren’t paintings or sculptures. The focus was on technology.

Members of the Lexington-Based “Collexion” were on hand to demonstrate some of their projects, which focuses on the creative side of technology.

The main event was the “Makerbot Thing-O-Matic.” It’s a printer like machine that creates 3D objects.

“We just want people to come to Collexion and come to these sorts of events and get involved with the community,” Dustin Mays says, “Get involved with developing skills, technical skills, artistic skills, whatever they want to do. We want people to explore and create and have fun.”

For more information about Collexion, visit

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