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April 17, 2012

I’VE GOT SOMETHING ON YOUR MIND. at UCSC’s MFA program

University of California, Santa Cruz

Experience the UC Santa Cruz Digital Arts and New Media 2012 MFA Exhibition, I’VE GOT SOMETHING ON YOUR MIND.

The Digital Arts and New Media MFA program at UC Santa Cruz presents an exhibition of eleven graduate students whose works employ advanced technologies for creative potential and social impact.

The exhibit will be open April 28–29 and May 3–6, 2012 from 10am–4pm.

Entitled, I’VE GOT SOMETHING ON YOUR MIND. presents the work of eleven MFA candidates who employ advanced technologies for creative potential. Through storytelling about places, times and players, these artists experiment with digital media to produce unforeseen, imaginative outcomes.

On Friday, May 4, 2012 Scott McCloud, renowned artist and author of many books including the comic book “Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art,” will speak as part of the Art, Technology and Culture Lecture Series at 4pm, followed by a reception with the artists from 5:30 to 8:30pm.

Digital Arts and New Media at UC Santa Cruz is a Master of Fine Arts graduate program where faculty and students create and study digital media arts and their social impact.

From its home in the new, state-of-the-art Digital Arts Research Center (DARC), the DANM MFA Program brings together the arts, engineering, the humanities, and the sciences to produce artistic and scholarly research in the context of a broad inquiry into digital arts and cultures.

A critical component of the DANM MFA Program is collaborative, faculty-led research. Students’ core courses explore theory and practice, complemented by a range of electives and opportunities for exhibition. Two years of intensive study culminates in the development of individual thesis papers and projects, which premiere in an annual MFA exhibition. The MFA is a terminal degree in the arts and qualifies graduates for a variety of career paths including university-level teaching and research.

For more information see: danm.ucsc.edu/yourmind. And follow us on Facebook.

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