Art Program Highlights 2011-2012
Michelle McAuliffe, Professor of Art & Media Technology, has been interviewed recently for her work on a nationally recognized site exposing emerging artists called thestudiovisit.com. View the video:
Michelle McAuliffe, Professor of Art & Media Technology, also gave a presentation at TEDxIslay in Austin in May, 2010. View the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRMIGymDVTI
Since May, Max Kazemzadeh, Professor of Art & Media Technology, has taken two trips to China and a long trip to Spain where he worked on a series of 6 different Projects: Interactive Installation, Hardware, Software, Cell Phone Application Projects, connected to DIY Open Source Urban Farming. In his first trip to China in June, Kazemzadeh taught an interactive computer vision installation workshop at the Central Academy of Fine Art Beijing which was followed by an exhibition of his interactive work entitled Wishing Well and Plantenkere in the New Media Beijing Exhibition at the Song Zhuang Museum of Art (still on view). During his second trip to China in August, Kazemzadeh presented a paper in the Transcultural Tendencies, Transmedial Transactions Conference at the Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts at Fudan University, where he also installed a work for an exhibition. In addition, in August Kazemzadeh completed a custom designed motion graphics film for the United Nations.
Art Professor Paul Johnson recently returned from a sabbatical in Italy on a Fullbright Scholarship Award.
Andre Pellerin, Art Gallery, Lab & Equipment Specialist, is presently exhibiting his ceramic works in a solo exhibition entitled "Bottles and Vases" from March 25-April 23, 2011 at the Mattawoman Creek Art Center (MCAC) in Marbury, Maryland. Visit the site http://www.mattawomanart.org