We are thrilled to announce our Spring 2018 Researcher in Residence, Daniel Pillis. Daniel Gene Pillis is a queer artist and media archaeologist who works with robotics, computer graphics and large scale installations. They make work about the technology of reality, investigating the phenomenology of computing, the metaphysics of mixed […]
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:
Spring 2017 IMRC Researcher in Residence: Alison Chase ~ Movement Workshop: Discovering the UnexpectedGene Felice 2017-03-08T00:43:19+00:00
Exploring new vocabularies for cross genre work
Using movement based improvisation we will explore collaboration and invention and the interplay of impulse and intuition in the creative process. This is accomplished in a casual and playful environment for seasoned and non-dancers alike.
Wednesday, Feb. 22nd 3 to 6pm
in the IMRC APPE […]
On Tuesday December 6th IMRC Researcher in Residence Laura Splan will present her work as a part of Tuesdays at the IMRC, the Intermedia MFA visiting artist series.
Laura has been in residence for the academic fall semester and in addition to conducting a 4-week seminar on intersections of art and […]
This week the IMRC Center welcomes their Fall Researcher in Residence, Laura Splan. Laura will be in residence for the rest of the fall academic semester and will soon begin a four-week workshop series for UMaine faculty, graduate and New Media students.
Laura Splan is an artist and lecturer whose work explores […]
Multidisciplinary visual and performance artist Ali Asgar recently arrived to Orono by way of Bangladesh. Ali identifies as queer and produces work that explores gender minorities and queer identity. Through performance and visual narratives Ali aims to push the boundaries of gender norms and create a space for discussion surrounding […]
The Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center is now accepting applications for their biannual Researcher in Residency Program (RRP). Ideal for creative technologists, Intermedia artists, and New Media producers, this 8 to 12-week program takes place every Fall and Spring at the IMRC Center in Orono, Maine.