2019 Kinetic Imaging senior shows

April 22, 2019

Third Place will showcase installations by this semester’s Kinetic Imaging seniors. The show will take place across two locations, The FAB Gallery, 1000 W. Broad Street, and The Highpoint, 3300 W. Broad Street, which are both accessible via the GRTC Pulse. Join us for the opening reception on May 3 from 7-9 p.m. Show runs… Read more »

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Kinetic Imaging alumnus wins best screenplay award at international festival

April 16, 2019

We are pleased to announce that VCUarts Kinetic Imaging alumnus Andrew Volpe (BFA ’09) won the Northern Virginia Jury Award for Best Screenplay at the Northern Virginia International Film & Music Festival for co-writing with his father Michael, “The Free Agent Fan,” a true story about Michael’s quest to find a new favorite MLB team… Read more »

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Kinetic Imaging student wins award at Ocean City Film Festival

We are pleased to announce that current VCUarts Kinetic Imaging student Megan Rogers recently won “The Pink Flamingo—Most Maryland Film” award at Ocean City Film Festival for her animated short Taffy Tears. The film tells the tale of an ever-odd customer not being paid nearly enough to deal with a certain customer. See a full… Read more »

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“Forever Young” Kinetic Imaging Candidacy Exhibition

April 9, 2019

The VCUarts Kinetic Imaging candidacy exhibition Forever Young will showcase the work of first year MFA candidates Yonghun Jung and Jared Duesterhaus. The show will run April 22–29 with an opening reception on April 26 from 6–9 p.m. at Highpoint. RSVP on Facebook

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MFA Thesis Exhibitions

March 18, 2019

MFA Thesis Exhibitions The Anderson 907 1/2 W Franklin St. Richmond, VA 23284 Round 1: April 5–April 18 Opening Reception: April 5, 6–9 p.m. Round 2: April 26–May 11 Opening Reception: April 26, 6–9 p.m. The MFA Thesis Exhibition is a signature event in the VCUarts annual student exhibition calendar. As in years past, the 2019… Read more »

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Kinetic Imaging students win VMFA Fellowships

We are pleased to announce that Kinetic Imaging students Ava Blakeslee-Carter and Michelle Erin Dominado have been chosen to receive undergraduate fellowships from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, as selected by a jury of professional curators and working artists. Out of the 28 students and professional artists honored, 15 individuals associated with VCU School of… Read more »

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Kate Sicchio speaking at Max MSP conference at MASS MoCA

February 19, 2019

Hybrid professor in VCUarts Kinetic Imaging and Dance + Choreography Kate Sicchio will be speaking at the Max MSP Conference Expo 74 at MASS MoCA this April. The conference will feature exhibitions, performances and workshops from musicians, artists, technologists and educators using Max, a visual programming language for music and multimedia. The conference will be held… Read more »

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Semi Ryu speaking at International Workshop on Virtual Reality in Medicine

VCUarts Kinetic Imaging professor Semi Ryu has been invited to be the keynote speaker at the 1st International Workshop on Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence in Medical Applications (VRAIMA 2019).  The conference will focus on topics such as brain dynamics of VR rehabilitation treatments, VR and AI to improve life quality and novel technologies to… Read more »

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Alumna collaborates with Louisville Orchestra

February 15, 2019

Congratulations to VCUarts Kinetic Imaging alumnus Mariam Eqbal (BFA ’07, MFA ’13) on a fantastic performance with the Louisville Orchestra. Classics: Art + Music featured seven artists from around the world that created individual works in reflection of classical compositions in orchestral music. Each artist was responsible for their own piece of music and all were welcomed to… Read more »

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