IMA alumna Walis Johnson’s essay Walking the Geography of Racism has been published in a new anthology entitled In Search of African American Space: Redressing Racism, edited by Jeffrey Hogrefe and Scott Ruff with Carrie Eastmond and Ashley Simone. The essay focuses on Walis’ artist walking practice and The Red Line Archive Project of the past few years.
Prof. Andrew Demirjian’s project Echoes of Liberation is out now in the Apple Store.
He will be giving a socially distanced, guided walking tour of the new Audio AR artwork, Echoes of Liberation, on the Rutgers University Newark campus. The tour takes place entirely outdoors and meets in front of the Dana Library in Norman Samuels Plaza on Sat. 10/10 & Sun. 10/11 at 4PM as part of the Newark Arts Festival.Read More
These workshops will be presented by our very own IMA-MFA Technology Fellows.
No need to RSVP. The online classroom will be opened during the workshop time. Please see the Zoom links below. After clicking on the link, select “Join as Attendee” and put in the code.
Thurs. Oct 29th | 6:30-7:30PM | Production Design and Asset Making
Link: https://huntercollege.zoom.us/s/86083184273 code: 100585
Presenter: Michelle Ermolenko
Using Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and Indesign, learn tips and tricks for how different assets such as vectors, images and graphics can be utilized in production and layout design, along with some of the do’s and don’ts when it comes to print production.
Thurs. Nov. 5 | 1-2PM | p5.js for Beginners
Link: https://huntercollege.zoom.us/s/86289918907 code: 724761
Presenter: Nahee Kim