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1403, 2017

Spring 2017 IMRC Workshops: RED Camera training w/ Sheridan K Adams

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RED Camera training

Workshop Leader:  Sheridan K Adams

Date / Time: Friday, March 31st @ 3pm

Location:  IMRC APPE Space

This three-hour workshop provides a comprehensive introduction to the RED digital camera system and, more importantly, enables participants to feel comfortable working with the RED. During this workshop, participants will learn about the core […]

1203, 2017

Art & Income

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The Ghost of a Genius by Paul Klee followed by Demonic Puppets (1929) usher us into to my muse about being a real, working artist. I love Paul Klee’s imaginary more than words can express.

Statistics show that to become a performance artist with an MFA someday will put us into […]

1203, 2017

Gurdy Art

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Lately, I’m doing quite a few of these etherial tracks. They are all single pass, at least so far, and all of processed hurdy gurdy.

103, 2017

03.01.17 Art Library, Artist Spotlight: Ken Rinaldo

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Ken Rinaldo 

Ken Rinaldo is an artist whose work focuses exploration and construction of interactive systems, primarily hybrid ecology’s that examine the relationships between technology, living organisms and culture. His work shows the complex  group interactions between living/non-living and semi-living entities.

His project “Spider Haus Movies” allows participants to experience trans-species communication. He creates a […]

2802, 2017

Orono Brewing Company Decal

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The IMRC Lab produced a decal of Orono Brewing Company’s logo with a special material. Play the video and see how special it is!

2802, 2017

Disability Services Tactile Map

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The IMRC Fab Lab created a digital map of buildings and roads in UMaine comprised of vector lines and

3D extrusions. This is for the Disability Services office to create personalized tactile maps for persons with

visual disabilities.

 

computer 3D model iteration

 
Close ups of the final product

2802, 2017

Print & Cut Vinyl at the IMRC

By |February 28th, 2017|activities, front, Resources|0 Comments

The IMRC has recently produced a batch of our stickers representing our logo. Not only does the Summa DC4 print vinyl using thermal pin printer head technology it also cuts the stickers out and provides a weeding pattern.  The weeding pattern allows us to remove the unwanted vinyl from the […]

2802, 2017

02.28.17 Art Library, Artist Spotlight: Ilya & Emilia Kabakov

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02.28.17 Ilya & Emilia Kabakov

Ilya & Emilia Kabakov are Russian conceptual artists who immigrated to the west in 1987. They do largescale installations inspired by the theatre world.  The book, “Ilya & Emilia Kabakov: Installations & Theater” contains a collection of both […]

2202, 2017

Interdisciplinary artist, Professor Jane Prophet of Goldsmiths College, University of London to present at IMRC Center as a part of Tuesdays at the IMRC

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On Tuesday, February 28th at 7p.m., Professor Jane Prophet will present her work as a part of Tuesdays at the IMRC, the UMaine Intermedia MFA program’s visiting artist lecture series.

Professor Jane Prophet is a visual artist and writer at Goldsmiths College, University of London Her practice-based research and writing emerges […]

2102, 2017

02.21.17 Art Library, Artist Spotlight: Martha Rosler

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02.21.17 Martha Rosler

Visit Martha Roslers website. Then come to the Library and have a look at her book, “In the Place of the Public: Observations of a Frequent Flyer.” The book offers a unique perspective on the psychology of International Airports.

I found […]