Artist, composer, and teacher, Frank Mauceri, lives and works in southern Maine. His creative projects focus on generative and interactive systems. His work includes audio art, video, prints, and performances. He has written about the effects of technology on music and the arts. He studied music composition and art theory at Oberlin College, and earned a doctorate in composition at the University of Illinois. He teaches music and new media at Bowdoin College.
The Intermedia MFA Tuesdays at the IMRC Lecture Series provides the UMaine, Orono and Bangor community with a diverse schedule of compelling speakers, and performances by contemporary and interdisciplinary artists and performers from around the country and world.
All events are free, open to the public and take place at the Innovative Media Research Commercialization Center, located in Stewart Commons at the University of Maine, at 7 p.m. On Tuesdays.
The following artists will present in the Spring 2019 Tuesday’s at the IMRC Lecture Series:
February 5 — Joanne Arnold
February 26 — Nyeema Morgan
March 5 — Lilly McElroy
April 2 — Frank Mauceri
April 16 — Kemi Ilesanmi
For more information, visit the Intermedia Program website.