For an extra credit project in the NMD 430/IMD 530 Video Projection Mapping course, the class had the opportunity to assist Gene Felice II in projecting onto Alfond Arena for the opening game of the UMaine Hockey Season at Alfond Arena on Friday, October 6th, just before Fall Break. Besides […]
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This Sunday, October 1st, 2017, I joined fellow IMFA graduate student, Destin Black (second-year) to pick up Joe Davis for Digital Humanities Week 2017. In the art world, Joe is labeled as a Bio Artist and by director, Peter Sosowky, (http://www.seriousmotionpictures.com/about-us), as a “mad scientist” in his documentary, Heaven + […]
This past Friday, September 22, was the Opening Reception for ARRIVAL at Waterfall Arts in Belfast. Ali Asgar, established performance artist and current IMFA graduate student, was one of the participating artists. Their work is shown in the featured photo above.* Ali will be part of an Artist Panel Discussion at […]
As the IMD/NMD Video Projection Mapping course gets underway, teams of students are working to get their first projects up and running for review and critique next Monday, September 25th as each pair of us maps some portion of the IMRC Exterior (and/or Interior). One of the requirements for the […]
09/07/17 Seminar @ Reynolds Advanced Materials (Boston): Introduction to Lifecasting and Skin Effectsasoule2017-12-01T22:39:29+00:00
Last week, I took a Concord Coach bus down to Boston for an Introductory Lifecasting and Skin Effects seminar at Reynolds Advanced Materials. The experience marked several “firsts” for me…my first time booking with AirBNB and my first Lifecasting workshop ever. I stayed in Cambridge at Kinnard St. & Western […]