EMAC/EART Junior/Senior Show

EMAC/EART Junior/Senior Show

Date posted: 2010-04-21 10:42:50

Graphic arts, videographers, animators, and sound designers will be featured in the EMAC/eARTS Junior Senior Show, taking place at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in downtown Troy, April 23 through April 30.  

The exhibit presents the work of students in the Electronic Media, Arts, and Communication (EMAC) and Electronic Arts (eARTS) using a wide choice of media.  EMAC is an interdisciplinary program that teaches arts and communications skills preparing graduates with skills to innovate and create in commercial, academic and artistic spheres. The curriculum provides theoretical frameworks for understanding and shaping the impact of these technologies on today's society as well as the professional skills to work with a wide range of electronic media.  The eARTS degree combines traditional studio and theory courses in the Fine Arts with Electronic Arts disciplines, the program familiarizes students with the full range of creative digital media and allows them to select areas of concentration in such fields as video, animation and visualization, computer music and sound design, game design, multimedia, installation, interactivity, performance art, and net-based art.


The EMAC Junior/Senior Show takes place at the Arts Center of the Capital Region <http://www.artscenteronline.org/>, 265 River Street, Troy, (518) 273-0552. 


The School of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences, sponsor of the show, will host a reception: Friday, April 23 from 5 to 8 pm.

Among the students featured are:

  • Zachary Autio
  • Alex Bianchi
  • John Cloutte
  • Ray Colon
  • Thea Condaxis
  • William R.L. Dickie
  • Darren Domingos
  • Hannah Dym
  • Ben Esposito
  • Jessica Feiden
  • Sarah Hebert
  • Cindy Khoo
  • Daniel Koo
  • Jessica Krannitz
  • Jessica Lockerby
  • Andrew Marschilok
  • Marguerite Roth
  • Noah Schnapp
  • Natalie Semczuk
  • Laura Sherman
  • Nate Stedman
  • Sarah Stump

iEAR Presents! Irene Lusztig's "Yours in Sisterhood"
March 27, 2019 7:00 PM
EMPAC Studio Beta

Documentary filmmaker Irene Lusztig, Associate Professor of Film and Digital Media at UC Santa Cruz, will present her recent film Yours in Sisterhood (2018), which uses as source material the archives of Ms. Magazine. Lusztig uses letters to the editor, filming them read by people living in towns and cities across the country where the letters originated.