Meg Stewart (BFA ’09) living and working in Moab, Utah

November 2, 2018

Meg Stewart (BFA ’09) landed her dream job at Moab’s Arts as their Arts and Special Events Manager about three years ago. She is enthusiastic about the position and is utilizing many of the skills that she learned throughout her time studying in the Kinetic Imaging department. She hopes the arts grow to have a positive impact on… Read more »

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Kinetic Imaging Alumna selected for International Motion Award by American Illustration

October 16, 2018

VCUarts Kinetic Imaging alumna Jordan Bruner (BFA ’06) created a film included in the Conception series for the New York Times and it has recently been selected for an International Motion award by American Illustration. The film will be showing on November 8 at the American Illustration Party in New York City. Jordan Bruner is… Read more »

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Kinetic Imaging faculty and student accepted into InLight at 1708 Gallery

We are pleased to announce that VCUarts Kinetic Imaging professors Bob Kaputof and Marta Finkelstein along with graduate student Carl Patow (in collaboration with Leila Ehtesham) have been accepted to present their work at InLight Richmond 2018 presented by 1708 Gallery in Richmond, Virginia. The juror for InLight Richmond 2018 is Kimberli Gant, PhD, the McKinnon Curator of… Read more »

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Q&A with Kate Sicchio

October 5, 2018

Kate Sicchio is a choreographer, media artist and performer who recently joined the VCUarts team as a hybrid professor in the departments of Dance + Choreography and Kinetic Imaging. Her work explores the interface between choreography and technology with wearable technology, live coding and video systems. What is the piece you are working on with… Read more »

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Eva Rocha placed in Top Five in Installation Category for ArtPrize

September 27, 2018

We are pleased to announce that Kinetic Imaging Alumni and Brazilian artist Eva Rocha (MFA ’16), has been selected by juror and curator of the Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, Carmen Hermo, as top five in the category installation at ArtPrize 2018. Her work Silent Chorus is a group of sixteen sculptures referring… Read more »

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KI Faculty Orla Mc Hardy to screen in New York

September 25, 2018

We are pleased to announce that the Kinetic Imaging Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director Orla Mc Hardy has two screenings in New York for the month of October. Her short film, Dreaming into Eternity, will showcase in the Imagine Science Film Festival on October 13 at 1 p.m. at The New School. Her second short film, Where Is Eva… Read more »

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Rebecca Gates Lecture

September 20, 2018

We are pleased to present Rebecca Gates on Monday, Oct. 29th at 4pm in Room 535 of the Bowe Street Parking Deck (609 Bowe St. Richmond, VA). Rebecca Gates is a U.S. based musician, artist, leader of an acclaimed group The Spinanes (Sub Pop), and activist who has released five albums. Gates appeared internationally as… Read more »

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Chair of Kinetic Imaging to speak in Ireland

September 18, 2018

We are proud to announce that the chair of  VCUarts Kinetic Imaging, Stephen Vitiello, is speaking on September 28 at the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork, Ireland as a part of the Brian O’Doherty / Patrick Ireland Project: One Here Now. Artists such as composer Mel Mercier, visual artist Alanna O’Kelly and choreographer Liz Roche will… Read more »

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Undergraduate Open House

September 11, 2018

You’ve heard about VCUarts but have you seen it? If not, Open House on October 27 is the perfect time! You will get the opportunity to meet with Art Foundation and Kinetic Imaging faculty and current students, take a tour of our facilities, review your portfolio and more. More information October 27 is also a National… Read more »

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