The primary purpose of this article is to shed light on the evolving landscape of art, where technology is used to create immersive and interactive art experiences. It emphasizes the importance of adapting art to meet the expectations of contemporary audiences who value interactivity, accessibility, and relevance. Art is no longer confined only to traditional forms like canvas and sculpture. Digital and multimedia art have emerged as dynamic mediums for artistic expression. These art forms leverage technology to engage viewers in novel ways. The article discusses how traditional art has evolved into a digital, interactive, and immersive experience, bridging the gap between classic art and modern audiences on the case of Hangar Art exhibition, dedicated to 19th-century Turkish artists and served as an example of this innovative approach.