Intersection of art and technology on display at IDIAA open house
Topics: Emerging Media, College of Communication Information and Media, College of Fine Arts
April 26, 2007
Student-created art, such as this digital image created by Dustin Sparks, will be highlighted during a May 3 open house.
Ball State's Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts and Animation
(IDIAA) and its Center for Media Design
will showcase innovative, student-created art forms during a May 3 open house.
The IDIAA 2007 Showcase, presenting students' video, music, research, animation, installation and interactive works, takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. at Mitchell Place Studios, 301 S. Walnut. Additional video screenings and live audio performances can be viewed at Doc's Club, 215 S. Walnut.
Highlights of the exhibition include an encore performance of "The Terri Dreams," a production that fuses five prerecorded dream segments and a real-time performance to create a continuous film; an animated music video created for the band Ki:Theory; and 3-D video and animation.
The event will coincide with downtown Muncie's First Thursday art walk, a monthly event when galleries celebrate art in Muncie.