This paper presents an empirical case study of how a digital art tele-symposium and a student workshop can be held remotely. From December 2020 to March 2021, Shibaura Institute of Technology: Color Communication Design Laboratory in Japan, and Assumption University in Thailand co-hosted a tele-symposium and workshops. This analysis deals with how to integrate art and technology in a remote workshop. The overall theme of the workshop is ‘Ubiquitous Lighting’. The works produced during this workshop will be exhibited at the Bangkok Design Week 2021 in May. The tele-symposium will feature talks by experts in projection mapping and by an interactive programmer of generative music applications.