Join UMBC’s Intermedia and Digital Arts program for a lunchtime information session. If you are considering pursuing your MFA, or are interested in learning more about our program, this is a great chance to meet IMDA students and alumni and find out what our program has to offer.
Our keynote presenter will be Kirsten D’Andrea Hollander (’97) presenting her latest award-winning work, Anatomy of Wings. Kirsten D’Andrea Hollander is a full-time professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), where she is the co-director of the MFA Filmmaking program. Equipped with an undergraduate degree in Painting from MICA in 1988, she turned to documentary filmmaking after receiving an MFA in Imaging and Digital Arts from UMBC in 1997.
Anatomy of Wings is a coming of age feature documentary filmed over the course of twelve years documenting the journeys of ten girls as they navigate the nuances of Baltimore life. It’s a story of fighting to stay innocent despite the world’s heaviness.
We will also have presentations from IMDA graduate students, and a general how-do-you-do with alums, faculty, and other interested parties.
For RSVP + link to attend remotely please email firstname.lastname@example.org