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Still time to apply for Intermedia MFA program and scholarships

It’s grad school application season. It’s a busy time for everybody, and deadlines are just around the corner. The good news is, there is still time for you to apply for the Intermedia MFA program at the University of Maine. The University of Maine offers over $250,000 in University fellowships and scholarships each year. To […]

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Highlights from Haystack

Hello there. Eleanor here! Last weekend, three University of Maine Intermedia MFA and three New Media students along with Intermedia MFA faculty Joline Blais were in attendance at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Art Schools Collaborative. I was one of them! Haystack is an international, non-profit, studio program in the arts, offering six one- and two-week studio workshop […]

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In the Woodshop with Wade Warman

Sierra Meservey (First-Year Intermedia Grad Student) has been trained to work in IMRC’s woodshop! Only took an hour to get trained by Wade Warman. She was trained on how to use the following tools: Circular Saw, Sonic Saw, Jig Saw, Hand Drill, Table Drill, and Chop Saw.  

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Student Snap Shot: Sierra Meservey

Sierra Meservey is a first year Intermedia MFA Graduate student. She graduated in with a B.A. in Art with a concentration in Drawing from the University of Maine at Augusta in 2015. Sierra is a performance artist who works with a range of mediums including fiber, glass, paint, and even common household items. Her work explores […]

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Student Snap Shot: Ozgur Akgun

Ozgur Akgun is third year Intermedia student. Hailing from Turkey, Ozgur joins the Intermedia program with a strong background in various artistic platforms, including a PhD in film studies.  His body of work contains pieces from a broad range of styles and influences. Some work, like his short documentary on the cultural transition from Turkey […]

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Student Snap Shot: Stanley Levitsky

Stanley Levitsky is an Intermedia student whose body of work has grown substantially over the past two years. His work often delves into different mediums, creating an eclectic but stylized oeuvre.  With a background in graphic design, Levitsky has worked  as sculptor, photographer, and videographer. But his more recent work has lead him into the territory […]

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Featured Student: Sarah Hollows

Sarah Hollows is a second year Intermedia MFA student. Her body of work while in the program is not only extensive, but also powerful and dynamic. A poet, performer, and avid mask maker, Sarah brings an eclectic and valuable set of skills to the Intermedia community. She is also one of the artists, along with […]

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Student Snap Shot: Chris Bryant

Chris Bryant, a second year Intermedia MFA student, embarks on a new game design for the Spring semester. Previously, Chis designed a game that examined the war on terror through the use of simple game mechanics. In that prior game, he utilized Pong as his structure and coded in a series of images and statistics […]

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Student Spotlight: Chris Bryant

Chris Bryant, a second year Intermedia MFA student, has focused much of his work on the intersection between art and video games. His research has led him on a path towards distinguishing the difference between video games as entertainment and video games as a mechanism for creating a commentary on political and social issues. With […]

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Hide and Seek Coffee Shop Opens

Both new and frequent visitors to the IMRC will soon discover a refreshing surprise in the building’s lobby, a new coffee shop. Created and developed by three Intermedia MFA students, the new shop, Hide and Seek Coffee, will serve coffee, teas, and an assortment of baked goods. Rachel Nelson, Sarah Hollows, and Kris Mason are […]

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