Intermedia + Digital Arts (IMDA) MFA Program at UMBC Exhibition
2015 MFA thesis candidate exhibit: Tim (Silouan) Bubb, Chanan Delivuk, Kata Frederick, Victor F. Torres, Jason Hughes, and Meghan Marx
In collaboration with Current Gallery, Jordan Faye Contemporary Art, and Maryland Art Place and in partnership with the Bromo Arts and Entertainment District, INCIDENTAL MATTERS features six MFA thesis candidates is hosted by UMBC’s Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture (CADVC), Department of Visual Arts, and College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. The 2015 MFA thesis exhibition venues for INCIDENTAL MATTERS are located within a short alley walk from each other in two buildings in Baltimore’s downtown Bromo Arts & Entertainment District.
UMBC’s INTERMEDIA + DIGITAL ARTS (IMDA) MFA Program is where interdisciplinary artists seek to expand or reinvent their professional practice. The IMDA program is committed to artists that pose unique conceptual and social challenges while offering them an environment that provides courses in emerging methods, contemporary art and theory, a studio, teaching opportunities, engaged faculty, premier visiting artists and research centers that are typical of a research university. Each year these emerging artists present their culminating work in the form of installations, new media, performance, interactive sculpture and other conceptual art objects. The MFA exhibition is created with a professionally designed journal published by IMDA Journal.