MFA student Jessica Lynch's process work at the Thesis show at SEABA gallery. From Me to You is an exploration of contemporary culture that aims to better understand what we have gained and lost with the rise of digital communication technologies. messagesfrommetoyou.com
Scene from MFA Thesis show at SEABA Gallery 2013 of Sophia Morris-Pittman's work titled "Perseverance".
Christina Rosalie's thesis work at SEABA Gallery 2012 titled "Making Your Mark: Understanding the Potential of Technology & Human Creativity in an Era of Personal Brands".
MFA student Andrea Olson's work for Public Art/Private Practices elective course. "My heaven and earth assignment - February Almanac with moon phases, zodiac, sun rise and set times, and best days to do things."
Alex Daly's Thesis work 2013. Geo-location data collected via cell while skiing various routes, then modified in Processing and visualized in a variety of media including print, interactive and digital fabrication.
Susan Alden's Thesis work, "A Woman's Place", at SEABA Gallery Thesis show 2013.
Robin Perlah's programmatic and hand manipulated memory glitch art at the SEABA Gallery Thesis show 2013.
Andrea Olson - Front window gallery installation of “Start/Stop” for SEABA Thesis Show 2013. Sound art installation of various generations of technology stories from people ages 16 to 93; edited and displayed on looping cassettes.
Dave Stiller Thesis Show 2012
Chris Thompson's work at the 2012 Emergent Landscape Symposium showing hand built interactive surface
Andrea Olson's “Start/Stop” at SEABA Thesis Show 2013. Sound art installation of various generations of technology stories from people ages 16 to 93; edited and displayed on looping cassettes.
MFA Mobile Class participates in a Still Life Painting session on iPads at the Emergent Media Center
MFA class presentation by Cora Lozinschi for People, Place & Community course
Hilary Hess gallery talk at the Burlington City Arts (BCA) Gallery Thesis show 2012
Brainstorming session 2012
Assistant Dean Eric Ronis and MFA student Rachel Hooper discuss binary branching sculpture at SEABA Thesis Show 2013
2012 Emergent Landscape Symposium presentation event by first-year MFA students