The MFA Thesis Show is the key event & experience of the IMA Program, & this year we have a record amount of graduates (13!) showing a variety of impressive culminating work. Join us for an amazing program spanning Hunter North 5th & 4th for the evening of May 18th, & the afternoon & evening of May 19th with breaks for mingling, musing on art, toasts. As we work to increase the support, spirit, structure, & recognition the IMA deserves, your part in coming out & clapping loud for your peers & students is so important! No badges required & free snacks!
Month: April 2012
Veronique Bernard’s feature documentary that she is co-producing is in the news:
As part of the Bronx Council on the Arts exhibit “Home is Where the Bronx Is,” the Longwood Arts Gallery will screen the documentary film CUBAN ROOTS/BRONX STORIES, directed by Pam Sporn. CUBAN ROOTS/BRONX STORIES follows the journey of one Black Cuban American family and explores the issues of migration, diaspora, home, and the political relations between the United States and Cuba.
The screening is free.