IMA alum, Cait Carvalho is coordinating the second IMA Integrated Channels exhibition at IFP Media Center this July! If social distancing prevents us from mounting a physical exhibition at 30 John Street in DUMBO Brooklyn, we will create an online showcase.
Students, alumni and faculty are encouraged to submit proposals for time based media, interactive web, installations, and performance work. Include a plan for how you would convert your project into an online presentation if the show cannot be exhibited in the Media Center space in July. You can submit up to 2 project proposals for consideration.
Submission deadline: Midnight on May 4th
A jury will select the participating projects by May 18th
You must complete the proposed work by June 25th, two weeks prior to the opening of the show on Thursday, July 9th.
What to include in your e-mail submission:
Name: IMA Status: (faculty, student, alumni, etc)
Run time (if applicable):
link or website (if applicable):
Space needs(if applicable):
How can it work online if need be:
Project Status (how close to completion):
*attached media files if applicable (or a link to download)
Please email submissions and any technical questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org and cc Natalie at: email@example.com with the subject line “Submission for July Exhibition – NAME.”
About the IFP Media Center30 John St.Brooklyn, NY 11201
IFP continues to champion the future of storytelling by connecting artists across various media disciplines with essential resources at all stages of their career and projects’ development. IFP fosters a vibrant and sustainable independent creative community, represents a growing network of storytellers around the world, and plays a key role in developing 350 fiction and nonfiction works each year. During its 40- year history, IFP has supported over 10,000 projects and offered resources to more than 30,000 filmmakers, including Barry Jenkins, Dee Rees, Laura Poitras, Richard Linklater and Ava Duvernay.
The IFP Media Center is located in DUMBO, right on the waterfront. It is a collaborative workspace and community designed to support and connect the next generation of media and tech entrepreneurs, innovators, and artists with industry resources, events, mentorship, and educational opportunities. The space includes, dedicated desk seating, a screening room, gallery, classrooms, cafe and lounge. The Freelancer’s Union Hub is also located in the space! https://nymediacenter.com