Last August, the curators known as No Agenda, Ad Hoc Art and Melissa McCaig-Welles gathered over 50 artists together for their “The Future is Now” exhibit at the Highline Loft in New York City. The exhibit was designed to be a “Blueprint for the 21st Century’s multimedia art experience.” During this three-day exhibit, the gallery displayed artwork from prolific and urban contemporary artists who have used their talent to visualize what tomorrow will look like for us.