Friday 3 May 5-7pm IMRC (Innovative Media Research and Commercialization center) Directions Step into a bee swarm, travel back in time, or shrink down to the size of an ant in works of augmented and virtual reality created by New Media seniors. (more…)
The risks and rewards of a connected life are the theme of the 2018 New Media Night, where New Media seniors present capstones that invite participation on the Internet and in the real world.
Join us for the Mapping Sprint April 6-8, 2018! If you are interested in participating please contact Sofian Audry for more details.
We're happy to be hosting visiting artist / researcher Sofian Audry this Thursday and Friday, April 20th & 21st.
A new series of micro tech classes offered by Intermedia Graduate student Wade Warman, throughout Spring semester 2017
NMD 430 (Trip to Europe) Before departure to Europe, students will meet with a variety of accomplished researchers, artist and new media artists via Skype sessions. The New Media Trip to Europe is a great opportunity to see different types of Media. You will travel to Venice (Italy), Ljubljana (Slovenia), and Zagreb (Croatia). You will visit a wide variety of institutions such as, contemporary museums, academic institutions, community-based organizations involved with exploring the latest technology in New Media, art, dance, film and game design. After your tip to Europe, which is about 12 days starting October 1st, you will be expected to complete a project based on what you have learned in Europe. The cost of this trip is the tuition price of the class and $3100 dollars for air fare, train, hotels, and museum fees.
Got a great New Media project idea? Need a sensor? arduino board? a few hours of programming? Apply for an NMD student grant!
The Intermedia and New Media programs at the University of Maine are pleased to announce the addition of their newest faculty member, Gene Felice. Gene brings an exciting new presence to both programs as well as a broad array of skills that will be immensely beneficial to both the short and long term success of each program. His extensive skill set and impressive history will provide students with an invaluable resource throughout their academic careers and beyond. Hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Gene completed his undergraduate work at Ohio State University, where he studied photography before transitioning into their Art and Technology program. During these formative years, Gene found his mentors in artists Ken Rinaldo and Amy Young. Furthermore, he worked as a studio assistant to the renowned Anne Hamilton. After graduation, Gene remained in Columbus for six years where he continued his design work in the private sector. This work…
Mark your calendars for Friday afternoon, May 1, to attend the annual New Media Night display of capstone projects. This year the event goes from 3:00-5:00pm at IMRC Center, home of New Media, Art, and the Fab Lab. This is an exciting opportunity to see where the major in New Media can take you, and for seniors to show the leading edge of their work. You’re invited to see our freshest crop of capstones, demo projects from selected undergraduate research, eat some delicious refreshments, and tour the cutting-edge audiovisual and 3-D fabrication facilities in IMRC. Reminder: this is a required event from all New Media students! See you there!