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Archive 2006

A night at Flavour Cafe with the Media Studio:Imaging class

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Excerpts from the Fall 2006 MFA show.

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Reprint from November 17, 2006 AP article.

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Body Without Organs: Bulgarian Bar, a new video documentary, was reviewed in Arte e Critica and previewed in The Pittsburgh City Paper.

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Digits, by Neil B. Rolnick

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Video artist Jason Steven Murphy (MFA, 2002) is a local music feature in the Capital Region's Metroland.

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Artist groups (including iEAR folk) are challenging the mainstream media.

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Notes for a Possible Timeline, from NYFA Current.

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Asleep and dreaming under canopy of sound Concert examines the influence of music on the subconscious

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Jennifer and Kevin McCoy were featured in a Washington Post article, Sunday October 8, 2006.

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Tara Mateik and the Yes Men present performative lectures at the Guggenheim.

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Allison Hunter presents "Simply Stunning" New Photographs

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Accordionist/educator and musical theorist, Pauline Oliveros recorded these tracks at a Swiss studio back in 1987.

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Graduate student in electronic arts uses provocative acts to make people think about issues. Story written by Kate Perry, Staff writer, Albany Times Union. Published Tuesday, May 16, 2006.

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Julia Reodica, a recent RPI MFA graduate (2004), has been awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship for New Media, 2006.

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Feature article on Nao Bustamante written by John E. Mitchell, North Adams Transcript. Article appeared April 19, 2006.

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The knitPro Needlecraft Art Show exhibits stitched craftwork made from microRevolt's freeware knitPro, which translates digital images into needlecraft patterns.

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Tiffany Holmes' installation "Your Face is Safe With Me" runs March 1-29 at iEAR Studios in the Arts Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. Holmes will be giving a lecture on her work March 1 at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.

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DomeWorks and the Children's Museum of Science and Technology have partnered to bring Club Dome, a series of experimental immersive visual and sound art works to the Museum's Planetarium, the first programming of this sort to be presented in the Capital region. The intimacy of the Planetarium dome invites the Club Dome experience from either chairs or on cushions, fully reclined under the dome. Special blankies and personal pillows allowed.

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When Penny Lane asked women to talk about their experiences for her film The Abortion Diaries, their responses challenged her preconceptions-and they just might change yours, too

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Fall Semester Arts Open Studios
December 15, 2017 9:00 AM
West Hall Floors 1-4

Join first and second year Electronic Arts PhD and MFA students for open studios in West Hall.