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Integrated Media Arts – MFA

The MFA Program in Integrated Media Arts (IMA) offers advanced studies in nonfiction media making. The IMA Program educates multi-disciplinary, socially engaged media makers in a diverse range of skills across the media landscape. Working with faculty from film, video, emerging media, and journalism backgrounds, students learn to conceptualize, create and distribute innovative, politically and socially engaged expression using contemporary media technologies. Read more

Recent Updates

News from the IMA Program

Congrats to Prof. Ricardo Miranda

Prof. Ricardo Miranda has been awarded an Ammerman Center Independent Scholarship/Fellowship. He is participating in the exhibition Future Perfect that is part of The Sixteenth Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology at Connecticut College. His work – “REALIDAD_VE” is an account of the current Venezuelan
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Mosaic of still images from the graduates' films

IMA/MFA Thesis Show Fall 2017

Saturday, December 16th – starting at 4:30pm Lang Auditorium -4th Floor Hunter North Building Entrance on 69th Street between Lexington and Park Avenue, NYC Free and open to the public. Followed by a reception. Projects: Disordered by: Rachel Brown The Untitled Black Burlesque Doc Project
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Iva Radivojevic profile picture

IMA alumna Iva Radivojevic selected as Sundance Institute Fellow

IMA alumna Iva Radivojevic has been selected as 2017 Sundance Institute Art of Nonfiction Fellow. Her films have screened at NYFF, SXSW, Rotterdam IFF, HotDocs, MOMA (NYC), PBS, and via The New York Times Op-Docs. The Sundance Institute’s Art of Nonfiction Fellowship grants key creative
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Katherine Machalek and Lizzie Warren's VR documentary still image

IMA students Katherine Machalek and Lizzie Warren’s 360/VR film

IMA students Katherine Machalek and Lizzie Warren presented a 360/VR film on grassroots activism against mining abuses in Guinea Thursday, November 16th from 6-7:30 pm at the CUNY Journalism School. The 360 video was shot in Guinea. It will provide advocates and communities with a
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Works from the IMA Vimeo group