A Work of Two Steves

August 27, 2012

Our Stephen Vitiello recently performed “The Spaces Contained in Each” with Steve Roden at The Rothko Chapel in Houston, Texas as part of As If They Were Not There: Sound Art in the Rothko Chapel, a collaboration with the Menil Collection’s “Silence” exhibition.

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KI senior wins top prize in Surgeon General’s video contest

June 9, 2012

Kinetic Imaging senior Ayyaz Amjad garnered international attention last month when he took the grand prize in a national anti-smoking contest sponsored by the U.S. Surgeon General and the CDC.  Here’s an article in the U.K.’s Guardian and the link to the winning video itself.

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KI is headed to Korea

March 12, 2012

Students of all levels will explore arts and culture in the unique and vibrant city of Seoul this summer (July 23 – August 10).  This program will expose students to alternative modes of living and thinking, putting them into experiential and service learning processes that will help students examine their identities through mission projects pursued in a truly global context.

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Professor Erin Zerbe is keeping busy

March 6, 2012

KI adjunct professor and activist Erin Zerbe has a lot going on.  She has work in a juried exhibition at the Virginia MOCA opening March 22, then she’s speaking and presenting her work at Penn State’s Women’s Studies Graduate Organization Conference two days after that, and again on March 30 – 31 at the Feminist Action Project Conference at UT-Austin.

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Andrew Deutsch pays a visit

March 5, 2012

Andrew Deutsch is a visual and sonic artist who’s work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of Art, the Tampa Contemporary Museum of Art and the Central Academy of Art Beijing, China.

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Creature Features

March 2, 2012

Beginning today and running through the month of March, “Evolution!” an animation by Kinetic Imaging alumnus Tyler Rhodes will play continuously in the Richmond Public Library at 101 East Franklin Street., in honor of Children’s Art Month.

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Kap Kicks Off Vid Fest

November 8, 2011

Video Storyteller and longtime KI luminary, Professor Bob Kaputof kicks off the James River Shorts this Thursday night, November 10th, at the Visual Arts Center on Main Street in Richmond.

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KI Alums in James River Shorts

November 4, 2011

Two KI alums are winners in the upcoming James River Shorts competition. Amazing animator and illustrator Jordan  Bruner (KI BFA 2006) will have her The Leaf Woman and  the Centaur screened and the brilliantly unhinged Adam Rosenberg (KI BFA 2011) will be on hand for his aptly titled The Pervert.

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Other Animals Run Hither

October 25, 2011

Award-winning writer, performer, video and graphic artist Deke Weaver comes to Richmond to present his OTHER ANIMALS, a collection of odd, disturbing and comic stories that he’ll perform in the flesh, along with several short stupendous videos. Deke has presented OTHER ANIMALS in New York, San Francisco, and Wales, but he could not continue with… Read more »

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