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Now in its 10th year!
Celebrate the annual interactive art show
Fri. Dec 13 | 5-7PM
Blackbox (HN 543)
Free & open to the public.
Interactive Installation course showcase, iArt, promises to deliver fun surprises from this year’s student artists.
Join students from the Integrated Media Arts (IMA) MFA and Film & Media programs for an exciting display of interactivity across art and media. Taking place in Hunter’s Black Box Gallery, the exhibit looks to expand upon the ways we understand and experience the world around us.
Artists (alphabetical): Jessica Adjei, Jihye Ahn, Lawrence Castillo, Katie Doyle, Gregor Erdman, Lee Favorite, Dylan Marcheschi, Camila Marchon, Suhyeon Park, Jose Eros Salazar, Dongni Yang, Saul Zelaya
IMA alumna Theresa Loong’s installation Bought/Broken, about domestic violence, will be shown at El Barrio Artspace. It is part of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence exhibit (video: Dec. 3-6, installation: Dec. 5).
The “Responsive Communities” exhibition will feature visual and interactive art that highlights the impacts of gender-based violence (GBV) on individuals, families, neighborhoods, and other communities.
This exhibit takes place during the global campaign, 16 Days of Activismagainst Gender-Based Violence, which seeks to raise awareness and inspire action at the community level to end all gender violence. Light refreshments will be served.