IMA alumna Tennessee Watson wins national award

Posted on June 21, 2017 · Posted in Alumni, IMA

IMA alumna Tennessee Watson reported and produced a radio story named Dropped and dismissed: Child sex abuse lost in the system – Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX. Her radio story at Reveal was named best news documentary and won a national Edward R. Murrow Award.

Prof. Kelly Anderson at International OCD Foundation Conference

Posted on June 14, 2017 · Posted in IMA

Prof. Kelly Anderson’s new documentary, UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie, funded by a PSC-CUNY award and by the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation, is going to be the keynote presentation at the International OCD Foundation Conference in July. This is the event of the year in the OCD world and..
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IMA alumna Cristina Herrera Borquez’s screening

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No Dress Code Required by IMA alumna Cristina Herrera Borquez will be showing at Human Rights Watch Film Festival at the Film Society Lincoln Center in NYC on June 16, 9PM. More info:

IMA alumna Lindsey Cordero world premiere

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IMA alumna Lindsey Cordero produced a film directed by Jim McKay, En el Séptimo Día, about an undocumented Mexican immigrant who finds himself torn between his job and his friends in a soccer team. En el Séptimo Día will have its world premiere at the BAM film festival on Sunday,..
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IMA Eyespeak group screening at Filmmakers Coop

Posted on June 13, 2017 · Posted in IMA

At Home in New York An evening of film and video work by artists currently in the Integrated Media Arts MFA Program at Hunter College. Friday, June 16 – 7:00-9:00 PMFilmmakers Coop475 Park Ave S, Fl 6th, New York, New York 10016RSVP REQUIRED: filmmakerscoop@gmail.comFacebook inviteSuggested admission: $10 Programmed around Hunter..
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IMA Prof. Demirjian exhibits at NYEAF

Posted on June 7, 2017 · Posted in IMA

IMA Prof. Andrew Demirjian will be exhibiting Color Yourself Inspired, one of his generative media artworks that mixes sound, color, and language, at the New York Electronic Arts Festival (NYEAF). Color Yourself Inspired creates unpredictable poetic phrases from Benjamin Moore’s paint color database. The artwork uses a computer algorithm that..
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IMA alumna Heidi Boisvert’s work at Soak Festival

Posted on June 5, 2017 · Posted in IMA

IMA alumna Heidi Boisvert will be showing a very early (and short) version of a new work at Soak Festival on June 7th at 8 pm in Brooklyn. Walking Wounded is a multi-media performance that gives voice to unspeakable experiences of trauma through generative sound and live drawing stemming from..
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IMA student Zoya wins NBR Grant

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IMA student Zoya Baker won an NBR Student Grant for her documentary Cranberry Lake. It was completed during an IMA Collaboration Residency with Prof. Andrew Lund and in Documentary Editing with Prof. Michael Gitlin. Zoya is an animator, filmmaker, educator and an award winning professional in the media field. She..
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IMA alum Waterton wins an AAFF 2017

Posted on June 1, 2017 · Posted in IMA

On Friday, May 26, the Asian American Film Festival (AAFF) announced that IMA alum Crystal Waterton was a winner at the 2017 CUNY AAFF. Crystal’s thesis film Decoding Darkmatter won the Documentary Film category. Since 2004, the CUNY AAFF helps to promote the artistic visual talents and stimulate communication among..
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IMA Fellows at Culture Push

Posted on May 27, 2017 · Posted in IMA

Culture Push has named IMA alum Walis Johnson and The Chinatown Art Brigade (co founded by IMA alum Betty Yu, and IMA student Anna Ozbek is an active member) as two of their Spring 2017 Fellows. Walis’s thesis project, a mobile multimedia and performative archive called The Red Line Project..
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