The 17th annual Viz-a-GoGo was held May 3-8. This student-run event showcased the work of students in the Master of Science in Visualization program. This year marked the first time the event did not take place on campus. The week-long festival began with an art exhibition open to the public in the Old Texas Furniture building in Downtown Bryan. On Friday and Saturday, students used the space to conduct software and computer-based-game demonstrations. Both evenings concluded with an animation screening at the historic Palace Theater. A great turnout helped make this event a huge success.