Announcement

Nathaniel Ober Workshop – November 12 & 13

Workshop #2 – “Field Recording: Listening to What we Cannot Hear!” Thursday and Friday, Nov. 12 & 13 1 to 3pm @ IMRC, Researcher-in-Residence Room (between the Director’s room and the Library)   Here’s a piece that Ober created using field recordings:

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New Media & Intermedia Students projection map the Thomas Hill Standpipe!

Last Monday, New Media & Intermedia students taking our NMD 430 / IMD 530 Projection Mapping class led by Gene A. Felice II, had the rare and wonderful opportunity to projection map the Bangor Standpipe. This was a test for a future event that we’ll be partnering on with the Bangor Water dept. later in the Spring of […]

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Intermedia / New Media students Projection Map the UMaine Art Museum in Bangor

Last Thursday, Oct. 1st. our cross-listed (New Media & Intermedia) Projection Mapping class had the unique opportunity to project still and moving imagery onto the exterior architecture of the University of Maine museum of Art in downtown Bangor ME.  Several of our students also created individual projection based installations on the surrounding grounds and in […]

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Intermedia & New Media students at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts

Three of our Intermedia Graduate students and three of our New Media undergraduates attended this years Art School Collaborative at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts.  It was a diverse and inspiring experience for everyone and our students did a great job of sharing their work and participating in a variety of workshops exploring paper […]

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Thomas Hill Standpipe

Yesterday I went to Thomas Hill Standpipe. The Thomas Hill Standpipe is only open to visitors four times a year- once for every season. So, it was a big event among the community. Over 1,000 people came to walk up the spiraling staircase inside the standpipe to see the view. It was neat to be able […]

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Owen Smith: Faculty Presentation

Dr. Owen F. Smith, Director the Intermedia MFA Program at the IMRC, will open the artist lecture series with a faculty presentation on Tuesday September 15, at 7:00p.m.  

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