IMFA Open House
The University of Maine Intermedia MFA program is pleased to announce its annual open house exhibition titled “Converging Paths: Intermedia MFA Art Walk” on December 15, 2011 from 5:00 – 7:00pm. This art walk will be centered in Lord Hall on the University of Maine campus in Orono and will included guided tours along an illuminated path to three other locations on the campus.
Converging Paths: Intermedia MFA Walk will be centrally located in Lord Hall where light refreshments will be served. Two guided tours will start from Lord Hall beginning at 5:15pm and 6:15pm. The tour guides will be MFA students and they will lead groups of guests through an illuminated path to Crossland Hall, Holmes Hall and Carnegie Hall. Guests will be given maps that will include information on the artists being shown in each of the four locations. 288 luminaries provided by MFA student, Dee Clark, will light the pathways between the four buildings.
Intermedia MFA students will present a wide range of work including video installation, painting and drawing, wall stencils, radio broadcasts, live performance, sculpture, music and much more. This is a family friendly event and college aged students are encouraged to attend to find more about the UMaine Intermedia MFA program.
The schedule of start times for live performances during this art walk is as follows:
Lord Hall Room 100
5:00 Sarah Cottrell & Owen Smith to give opening address
5:00 Aaron Boothroyd will perform live music in the lobby
5:15 Jennifer Hooper will read from her original short story titled, “Begin”
5:45 Sean George will perform “Correction”
6:45 Oren Darling will present a paper titled “Printing the Next Economy: The Return of the Artist-Inventor”
Holmes Hall Room 105
5:00 Amy Pierce performance titled “Alter/ation”
WMEB 91.9 FM
6:00 Kat Johnson, audio broadcast titled, “Experiments for Thesis Intermedia Score: Audio and Text Prototypes
For more information on the Intermedia MFA program please visitwww.intermediamfa.orgFor more information on this exhibition please contact Sarah Cottrell via email at email@example.com
The Intermedia MFA Program, and the Intermedia Student Organization sponsor this event.For more information
contact Sarah Cottrell at firstname.lastname@example.org