Monday, November 4, 2013

November Open Screening Event

Open Screening for all New Media students, faculty, and staff to present their original creations. The event will take place at 7:00pm on November 22nd, in the new Education & Arts Building, Room 1011. The event is free, and friends and family are welcome to attend. This is a perfect opportunity to exhibit digital media, whether it be video, audio, or other creations that show off New Media art and design. Slide shows of still images are welcome, and artists are encouraged to speak about their work at the event.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

West Race Video Art Show

CALLING ALL IUSB STUDENTS OF VIDEO ART - You could have your work exhibited alongside the River Bend Film Festival at Century Center. Here's what we need: an email from you, sent to artscodec @ by March 31st.  Include a link to the piece you're submitting. This is a fantastic opportunity to put your art in front of the community! Help us get the word out!

Monday, November 12, 2012

Out Of Hypersleep - Last Call

Although I had set a deadline of 11/12/12, we still have plenty of room for more video pieces. With just a couple of days before the show, I encourage any New Media students, faculty, or staff to submit their work for exhibition in the front hallway of Northside Hall. We have plenty of monitors and a nice supply of gallery-loaned pedestals to display them on! 

For those who have already offered to show their work, I will be contacting you tomorrow (Tuesday) to make arrangements for delivery of your media.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Open Screening - November 30, 2012

The second of the two New Media Open Screening events is scheduled for November 30, 2012, and will be held in Wiekamp Hall, Room 1001 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. This time around, we want to make sure everyone knows that all New Media students are welcome to attend and show their work, including graphic design and photography (basically, anything that can be loaded onto a computer and projected). This remains a great opportunity to show your work off to a willing audience, receive valuable feedback, and participate in the New Media arts culture of the IUSB campus. No need to RSVP, just bring your work on a flash drive (or burned to a disc) to the event night. We look forward to seeing everyone there!