IMA students, alumni and faculty Tami Gold, Sha Sha Feng, Candace Thompson, Benj Gerdes, and Jason Fox presented at Skidmore College’s John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative (MDOCS) Forum June 7-10. Sarah Friedland is The Storyteller’s Institute Director and IMA alumna. This annual event brings together makers, scholars, activists and students to present artistic works, panel discussions, workshops and conversations that engage with the yearly theme, Surveil/Surveilled, and documentary practice.
Prof. Kelly Anderson is featured in an art project by Charlotte Lagarde at Claudia Rankine’s Social Imaginary Institute at Yale. It’s also part of an exhibition called “On Whiteness” that opening at The Kitchen on June 27th.
Additionally, Prof. Anderson is featured on “What I Hear When You Say Gentrification” on PBS.
IMA student Emily Collins wins her second NBR (National Board of Review) Student award. The $3,500 grant is for her film Chula, With Invisible Strings.
About the film Chula, With Invisible Strings:
At a time when polarizing politics make us question the world’s love for humanity, there is Chula the Clown. Hailing from Mexico City, Gaby Munoz, otherwise known as Chula, has spent over a decade working alongside other clowns in refugee camps and areas affected by conflict. This short film takes a look into the beautiful universe that Chula creates, and asks us to explore how we connect with each other.