IMRC News

2010, 2017

Textile Lab Open Hours

By |October 20th, 2017|IMRC News|0 Comments

The textile lab at the IMRC is located in a quiet, brightly lit nook next to the IMRC’s library room. The lab is now open for pre-scheduled work times Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30 – 6pm or by appointment with the lab supervisor.

For the beginner or the expert alike, the textile […]

1910, 2017

IMRC Fall 2017 Researchers in Residence: Amy Youngs & Ken Rinaldo

By |October 19th, 2017|front, IMRC Events, IMRC News, RiR-Events|0 Comments

We are excited to announce our IMRC Fall 2017 Researchers in Residence, Ken Rinaldo & Amy Youngs from the Art & Technology program at the Ohio State University.  Ken & Amy will be arriving the third week of November and will provide opportunities for students from the Intermedia MFA, New Media […]

1710, 2017

Video Projection Mapping onto Alfond Arena

By |October 17th, 2017|front, IMRC News|0 Comments

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 […]

1710, 2017

Visiting artists signs in progress

By |October 17th, 2017|front, IMRC News|0 Comments

1610, 2017

Experimental sound on exhibit in Penobscot, Maine

By |October 16th, 2017|front, IMRC News, World News|0 Comments

The Cannery at South Penobscot, a venue known for its support of contemporary sound explorations, is currently hosting its 2nd Annual Sound Installation Festival, with an extension of its calendar until Sunday, October 22. One of the IMRC’s own, N.B. Aldrich, is exhibiting in the festival, and one of our […]

1510, 2017

An Old Green Truck

By |October 15th, 2017|IMRC News|0 Comments

I am trying lately to explore in my studies an intersect between music and photography. I am  also concerned with seeing found objects as both sculpture and musical score. I have the most fun using the hurdy-gurdy to play an object.

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Roman Haubenstock-Ramati(1919-1994) may have given our world some of its […]

1310, 2017

Tuesdays at the IMRC – Luciano Chessa – 10 / 17 at 7pm

By |October 13th, 2017|Artist Lecture Series, front, IMRC Events, IMRC News|0 Comments

Our third event on October 17th at 7:00p.m. is with Luciano Chessa with a special performance in the IMRC APPE space.  You can find more details on the IMRC website here: http://intermediamfa.org/fall-2017/

Luciano Chessa is among the most interesting and inventive minds currently working in the Bay Area. Active as a […]

910, 2017

My heart and art go out to Northern California

By |October 9th, 2017|front, IMRC News|0 Comments

For the few familiar with my work, you know that ecological disaster is a huge driving force for me, and highlighting the ways in which environmentally irresponsible practices of our society at large have exacerbated these disasters. Currently I am in the middle of planning a short animation depicting a […]

910, 2017

Open Call for the 2018 Winter / Spring IMRC Researcher in Residence

By |October 9th, 2017|front, IMRC News, RiR-Events|0 Comments

We are happy to announce our 2018 Winter / Spring open call for the IMRC Researcher in Residence Program.  Spring 2018 applications will be accepted from Oct. 9th until Nov. 9th 2017 for the Winter / Spring juried residency. Our application is online only, please visit our website to apply: http://imrccenter.com/researcher-in-residence

Researcher in […]

710, 2017

bö wö tää zää Uu

By |October 7th, 2017|IMRC News|2 Comments

Pictured here is Henri Chopin, famous for very small part of words as musical-sound material. Text/Sound Art and Sound Poetry, both not quite the same in terms of genre as is instrumental tones, and which are not text at all, and, according to one expert, do not exist until it they […]