McMaster and Sheridan Multimedia Art on Futuristic Projection Screens
8pm, Saturday, April 30, 2005
Hamilton Artists Inc.
3 Colbourne St. (at James St. N.)
Hamilton Artists Inc. is presenting an interactive multimedia show of McMaster and Sheridan Multimedia student works.
This will include a range of projects from experimental art to functional Web sites, with the focus being on creativity and interactivity. The projects will be shown as an interactive slide show projected on SMART board screens, with which the public can interact by manipulating the screens. A dozen judges from the region will jury the show.
The Multimedia Program at McMaster is a combined honours B.A. program whose graduates will unite new multimedia computing technology with traditional arts subjects.
The Web site link is http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~macmedia/
Sheridan’s Interactive Multimedia one-year post-grad program explores interactivity beyond navigation and is currently accepting applicants. The program has just received the highest student satisfaction level at the school. Recent graduates have won the Student of the Year and Developer of the Year awards at the FlashintheCan Festival, Canada’s largest Flash festival.
The Web site link is http://imm.sheridanc.on.ca
Hamilton Artist Inc. is an artist-run centre, which supports emerging aesthetics in a wide variety of media. An ongoing program of exhibitions explores the concerns of artists both regionally and nationally. The centre provides resources for artists and acts as a venue for related community projects.
The Web site link is http://hamiltonartistsinc.on.ca