January 18, 2017
Thursday, January 19 – February 18, 2016
Reception: Tuesday, February 7, 2017, 3:30 – 5:30 pm
Special Screening of Student Multimedia Work: 4:00 pm
This exhibition of artwork by students from the
Westchester community college center for the
digital Arts will include the traditional fine arts of
painting and drawing and work from the digital arts, such
as digital Imaging, digital Illustration, digital Video, and
Multimedia, as well as 2d and 3d Animation. Animation
and Video will be exhibited at a special gallery screening
during the opening and will play during the exhibition.
January 15, 2017
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 7:00 pm
There is more than one way to solve a problem. For designers these problems include: time restrictions, budget constraints, and equipment. how can you best utilize your creativity in developing motion graphics and title sequences? Anthony rhoads will be presenting title sequences for film and television from over the years and breaking down his process. he will give an overview of the process from storyboarding and tossing out ideas to final products, and how choosing the medium of each, whether it be computer generated, live action, hand animation or something else, influences the final product.
January 14, 2017
April 11 – May 13, 2017
Opening Reception: Tuesday, April 11, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Artist’s Gallery Talk: 6:30 pm
Richard Jochum explores and bridges diversity in media, technology, and the arts. Investigating the intriguing connection between art producers and the public and the powerful role of art as a form of education, his installations are often based on participation. In this exhibit he will show an interactive version of his crossword Project that allows users to submit live-fed questions into a video-projected crossword puzzle. The project, an interactive animation work, stems from the artist’s fascination with the ubiquity and relevance of crossword puzzles in popular culture. While traditional crossword puzzles usually provide short clues to answers that fit into a rubric, Jochum’s quest is for questions that make the viewer muse and ponder.