IMA Spring Show

The IMA Spring Show
Annual Showcase of Interdisciplinary and New Media Art
from Hunter College’s Integrated Media Arts MFA Program

IMA Spring Show

PLACE: The Black Box Gallery
Hunter College North Building, 5th floor, Room 544N
695 Park Avenue (enter on 68th Street)
New York, NY 10021

DATE: May 7th–8th, 2010

TIME: Friday 6–9 PM
Saturday, Sunday 12–6PM

On Friday May 7th and Saturday May 8th 2010, the IMA Spring Show—the eighth annual showcase of Hunter College’s MFA in Integrated Media Arts program (IMA-MFA)—will open in Hunter College’s Black Box Gallery. This year, the two- day exhibit will highlight the body of video and new media art, including documentary and experimental video, installation, performance, interactive, and web-based art, produced bystudents of the IMA-MFA program.
As in past years, the work presented will address the exchange of ideas, theories, social commentary, and the underlying spirit that drives the artistic production and practice of the students and faculty in the IMA-MFA program. Featured artists include:
Kevin Allen, Kathy Conkwright, Ozge Dooan, Meredith Goncalves, Sebastian Gutierrez, Melissa Hacker, Sarah Enid Hagey, Cristina Herrera, Jennifer Jacobs, Elizabeth Knafo, Kate Kunath, Dahye Lee, Juliana Marzo, Benjamin Moss, Daniel Phelps, Chloe Smolarski, Vandana Sood, Megan Sperry, Sam Stalling, Satoko Sugiyama, Laurie Sumiye, Flonia Telegrafi, Sean Weiner, Sasha Wortzel
This event is sponsored by the Hunter College Integrated Media Arts MFA program and EYEspeak, the IMA graduate student organization. The MFA in Integrated Media Arts is a unique graduate program that focuses on the creative production of media with a social orientation.
Based in New York City—the global hub of old and new media technology—the IMA-MFA program encourages students to explore a wide variety of existing and emerging forms and communicate their messages in the rapidly evolving contemporary media environment. Projects by students in the program have been exhibited as public exhibitions, performances and screenings, online/networked game environments, and rich media for PDAs and cell phones. From intimate personal stories with universal human appeal to global collaborative networks to in- depth media critique, IMA-MFA students work to bring resonant messages to the medium.
Admission to the IMA Spring Show is free to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
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