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Jandon Business of the Arts Lecture Series: Rise Wilson

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The Jandon Business of the Arts Distinguished Lecture Series: Rise Wilson

Monday April 3, 6:30pm

Humanties Theatre – FREE!

RISË WILSON serves as the Director of Philanthropy for the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, which invests in creative problem solving and believes art can change the world.

She is also the Founder of The Laundromat Project. In all of her work she is committed to lifting up the value of creativity in our everyday lives.

New Media Lecture Series: Fred Wilson

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Wednesday, March 22nd
6:30 – 8:00pm
Neuberger Museum Study 

Fred Wilson (who earned his B.F.A. with Purchase College’s first graduating class in 1976) has created site-specific installations in collaboration with museums and cultural institutions throughout North America, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. His work encourages viewers to reconsider social and historical narratives and raises critical questions about the politics of erasure and exclusion.

Beginning with the groundbreaking and critically acclaimed exhibition Mining the Museum (1992-93) at the Maryland Historical Society, Fred Wilson has juxtaposed and re-contextualized existing objects to create new installations, which alter their traditional meanings or interpretations. In 2003, Wilson represented the United States at the 50th Venice Biennale with the solo exhibition Fred Wilson: Speak of Me as I Am.

His many accolades include the prestigious John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Grant (1999), amongst others.

New Media Lecture: Morehshin Allahyari

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Wednesday, March 1st
6:30 – 8:00pm
Neuberger Museum Study

Moreshin Allahyari is an artist, activist, educator, and occasional curator. She is the recipient of the leading global thinkers of 2016 award by Foreign Policy magazine. Morehshin was born and raised in Iran and moved to the United States in 2007. Her work deals with the political, social, and cultural contradictions we face every day. She thinks about technology as a philosophical toolset to reflect on objects and as a poetic means to document our personal and collective lives struggles in the 21st century. Morehshin is the co-author of The 3D Additivist Cookbook in collaboration with writer/artist Daniel Rourke. Her modeled, 3D-printed sculptural reconstructions of ancient artifacts destroyed by ISIS, titled Material Speculation: ISIS, have received widespread curatorial and press attention and have been exhibited worldwide.

New Media Workshops

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To all New Media students:

Over the next few weeks, the New Media Board of Study will be offering several workshops related to equipment that you have access to. The workshops are as follows:

Copy stand / Light kits and Backdrop/Studio set up
Feb 8, 12:30: – 2:00 in the New Media Project Space

Digital Printing / Dry Mount Press​
Feb 15, 12:30 – 2:00 in the New Media Print Lab and New Media Studio

Vinyl cutter / Lasercutter
Feb 22, 12:30 – 2:00 in the New Media Studio and Fab Lab

Riso / Smaller printers
March 8, 12:30: – 2:00 in the New Media Project Space

These workshops are open to all New Media students and faculty so mark your calendars!

Codes and Modes II Submissions

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The Call for Papers for Codes and Modes II has been extended to December 15, 2016.

You will find the CFP below. Please visit this website for more information on the conference and submissions:

http://www.hunterintegratedmedia.org/reframe/

There is also some limited capacity for installing or screening work, either in conjunction with a presentation or as a stand alone.

 

New Media Lecture Series: Fiona Raby

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Fiona Raby
Wednesday, October 5th
6:30 – 8:00pm
Neuberger Museum Study 

Fiona Raby is one half of Dunne and Raby whose work over the past three decades as designers and educators has pioneered new ways of thinking about the relationship between design, science, and technology.

Fiona is Professor of Design and Emerging Technology at The New School in New York. She is co-author with Anthony Dunne of Design Noir (2001) and Speculative Everything (2013).

Projects include Technological Dream Series, No 1: Robots (2007), Designs For An Over Populated Planet: Foragers (2010), The United Micro Kingdoms (2013) and The School of Constructed Realities (2015). In 2015 Dunne & Raby received the inaugural MIT Media Lab Award and were nominated for the Prince Philip Designers Prize in 2016.

WWNNMM BBQ

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Please join us for a welcome BBQ for our new New Media majors.

All New Media students are invited!

12:30p–2pm behind Natural Sciences

9 Evenings + 50

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At the Fridman Gallery, 287 Spring Street, NYC, 9/16 – 9/24

“9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering , which took place in October 1966 at the cavernous 69th Regiment Armory in Manhattan, was a series of technologically aided dance, music, and theater performances dreamt up by artist Robert Rauschenberg and Bell Labs engineer Billy Klüver.”

Lecture: Artistic Prototypes for an Inclusive Society by Terike Haapoja

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Lecture
Artistic Prototypes for an Inclusive Society
by Terike Haapoja
April 15th, Tuesday, 2:30 PM
Neuberger Museum Café
Open to all. Tea will be served.
* This lecture is organized as part of the experimental Social Design Class, taught by Hakan Topal, Assistant Professor of New Media & Art+Design. Terike Haapoja’s Party of Others project has been an inspiration for the students who have been actively researching issues of political representation, social justice, and the question of Others.

Interposed: New Media Art Show

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Please join us for the opening reception of INTERPOSED, an exhibition organized by the New Media Junior Seminar class with Professor Brooke Singer at Purchase College’s new art space, PC4Yonkers.

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Student-led tours: Please email Prof. Singer (brooke.singer@purchase.edu) for appointments on Wednesday April 6 or April 13

Dylan Gauthier workshop: On Wednesday, April 13, from 3:30-5pm, artist Dylan Gauthier will lead a public and free workshop titled “Making Social Spaces/Making Spaces Social.” The focus will be on how architecture and the built environment shape and define our social interactions. The workshop will open up discussion on how the spaces we live and work might be re-envisioned, reconfigured and reorganized to create new opportunities for sociality, mutal-aid and collectivity.

*From 6:30-8pm on April 1 also at PC4Yonkers will be a panel “Our Share: Art, Yonkers, and the Politics of Urban Renewal organized and moderated by Tal Beery (MFA Visual Arts student).
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