Visiting Artists: Danny McCarthy & Mick O’Shea

February 1, 2016

Slow Listening  Fine Arts Building Gallery 1000 W. Broad Street Feb. 10th, 2016 – Feb. 28th, 2016 Opening Reception: Feb 10th, 2016 5pm – 7pm Artist Talk: 5:30pm Sponsored by the Department of Kinetic Imaging, “Slow Listening”, an exhibit showcasing two of Ireland’s leading sound artists, Danny McCarthy & Mick O’Shea, will be opening on… Read more »

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Four Kinetic Imagingers awarded 2016-2017 VMFA Fellowships!

January 26, 2016

A huge congratulations to the 2016-2017 VMFA fellowship recipients! Among the awarded are Professor Stephen Vitiello and Alumni Moaz Elemam who earned professional  awards as well as undergraduate Natalie Abernethy and undergraduate James Heyes who earned undergraduate awards! We are ecstatic to see such incredible artist awarded funding for their practice! Checkout the full list of 2016-2017 VMFA recipients And take a… Read more »

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KI representation in New Waves 2016

January 21, 2016

We’re excited to announce that our very own Grad Student Eva Rocha, Assistant Chair Stephanie R. Thulin, and Academic Advisory Brad T Birchett have had their work selected into Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art’s annual New Waves juried exhibition. The exhibition was juried by art writer and Los Angeles based professor, Jan Tumlir. He is a founding… Read more »

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Two Kinetic Imaging Projects Awarded Undergraduate Research Grants!

December 2, 2015

Congratulations to the eleven teams selected to receive funding for their spectacular ideas representing a wonderful mix of topics. From the eleven teams, we are proud to announce that nine Kinetic Imaging Students are taking part in two projects that were awarded funding! Congrats Elijah Kennedy, Brianna Ondris, Rowan Gryder, Anat Scham, Christopher Yeaton, Corinne Burr, Inea Clara Tang, Kelly Hicks, and Thao Nguyen!… Read more »

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KI Graduate Student Eva Rocha earns People’s Choice for InLight Richmond 2015

November 17, 2015

After an amazing two night festival with roughly 21,000 people in attendance, Kinetic imaging graduate student Eva Rocha‘s Object-Orientalis was selected as the People’s Choice for InLight Richmond 2015! Rocha’s piece explores objectification on multiple levels, it depicted the curled up forms of nude women packed in crates of sand and straw, turning viewers into witnesses to hidden… Read more »

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List of Upcoming Visiting Artists for Other Departments

November 11, 2015

To see when upcoming visiting artists from different departments are coming up, follow this link!

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Visiting Artist: Wynne Greenwood

November 6, 2015

Sponsored by Graphic Design, Sculpture + Extended Media, Kinetic Imaging Working across video and performance, Wynne Greenwood explores constructions of the self, tracing how subjectivities are formed in public and private spaces and always in relation to others—be they imagined or real-life personae. Her work has been included in performances and exhibitions at independent and… Read more »

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Kinetic Imaging Affiliates Selected as Artists for InLight 2015!

October 23, 2015

Save the date! InLight 2015 is just a few weeks away! On November 13th AND 14th, incredible light-based art installations and performances will be gracing the grounds of the Virginia Museum of Fine Art. Among the selected works are pieces from Adjunct Professor Zach Kurth-Nelson and Graduate Student Eva Rocha. Adjunct Professor Zach Kurth-Nelson and… Read more »

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KI Graduate Student Eva Rocha awarded Theresa Pollak Prize for Excellence in the Arts

October 9, 2015

We are proud to announce that our own amazing graduate student, Eva Rocha, has received the Theresa Pollak Prize for Excellence in the Arts in the Emerging Artist category from Richmond Magazine for 2015! Richmond magazine’s annual Theresa Pollak Prizes for Excellence in the Arts recognize the region’s makers and creators through reader nominations and… Read more »

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