IMA student Betty Yu will be apart of the Asian American Art and Activism event, part of Target First Saturdays, taking place at the Brooklyn Museum on May 3rd from 7:00pm-8:00pm. Artists and activists will lead an interactive dialogue about important political and social issues they’ve addressed in their works. There will be Free Tickets at the Visitor Center at 6:00pm.
On Friday, December 20th, from 5:00-7:00pm the Integrated Media Arts MFA and the Film and Media students will be hosting an evening of collaborative and individual works and installations which investigate space, sound and movement at the Hunter College Black Box Gallery. They will present their semester’s work at iArt 2013, Engage Now, Interactive Media Explorations. Come, touch, play, experience the works and meet the artists behind them.
The Integrated Media Arts MFA Program at Hunter College Presents:
The Art the Anti-Doc or Post-Realist Nonfiction Film
A Seminar and Screening Series with filmmaker Jill Godmilow
Dates: Mon-Fri November 18 to 22
Seminar 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
This seminar will focus on the nature of what Jill calls the Anti-Doc – films that refuse the traditional documentary’s production of realism and its ideological implications. Twelve students will join Jill for a rigorous discussion of a collection of anti-doc films from all over the world that use a variety of strategies to produce useful experience – not by fashioning images of the world into satisfying form for a unified spectator, but by scattering our presumed collectivity into self-consciousness. There will be required readings in the form of a small printed course packet that should be purchased and read by all participating.