El Paso’s Digie Wall Is Turning 4 Years Old With A Party Downtown
Part of the Quality of Life Bond of 2012 was the installation of the downtown Digital Wall. It is an interactive wall of computer screens that visitors can scroll through to learn all about the history of El Paso and the surrounding area.
DIGIE is only the second 3-D digital wall of its kind in the United States. The other one is in Copenhagen. You can see the personal memories of El Pasoans and those who have left the city. Thousands of pictures have been uploaded to DIGIE since it opened in 2015, as well as films and music. You can also create postcards and send them to any location in the world while you are at Digie. You and your family can be a part of DIGIE, too. Just upload your photos and stories to Digie by going to digie.org. You can download your family's stories and photos and become a part of El Paso history.
The El Paso Museum of History wants you to join them in celebrating the 4th anniversary of the DIGIE wall. You can check out vintage postcards from the Museum’s collections, create your own postcards and crafts, and take a picture in the photo booth. You can also win a prize by taking a picture by the DIGIE wall and posting it on Facebook using the hashtags #ILoveEPHistory and #DIGIEisturning4.
WHAT: DIGIE Wall 4th Anniversary Celebration
WHEN: Thursday, February 14, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m
WHERE: 510 N Santa Fe St.