DIAP Faculty and Student News Spring 2018

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DIAP MFA Current Student:

Brick Shoemaker (MFA 2018) is a part SHED, a group of four artist who received one of the Queen’s Council on the Art’s Artist Commissioning Program Grants for 2017-2018. As part of the grant’s fulfillment they are hosting a public studio showing in their work space in Elmhurst, Queens on Sunday, February 25th from 1-3PM. Drinks and snacks and art on display and all are welcome.

SHED Open Studio
February 25th 1-3PM
88-10 Whitney, Ave, Basement (Floor B)
Elmhurst, NY 11373

DIAP MFA Recent Graduate:

Priyanka Dasgupta will be exhibiting in Another Echo, an exhibition presented through In Practice at the SculptureCenter on view in Long Island City, NY January 29- April 2, 2018.

Priyanka Dasgupta & Chad Marshall’s installation considers the current plight of American immigration, by revisiting the paths that Blacks and early twentieth century Bengali sailors took to the United States, through the holds of slave ships and steamship boiler rooms. “The New Colossus”—the sonnet by Emma Lazarus engraved on the Statue of Liberty base—echoes through the installation: translated into Yoruba and Bengali, and set to traditional music by the artists’ collaborators Moses Mabayoje and Monjula Datta.

 

DIAP Faculty:

 

Tyler Coburn‘s one seat from Ergonomic Futures installed for long-term use at Centre Pompidou, Paris (gallery 10), NaturallySpeaking in “Open Codes,” ZKM, Karlsruhe, “Walkthrough,” a restaging of Revital Cohen and Tuur van Balen’s exhibition at Brakke Grond — opening January 7th, 4pm, “The Unfinished Object,” an expanded talk at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds — January 10th, 6pm, I’m that angel in After Effects, curated by Laurel Ptak, Center for Contemporary Art Estonia, December 9th. Excerpt from I’m that angel published in Visions of the Now (Sternberg Press), Waste Management discussed in “From Trash to Waste: On Art’s Media Geology” by Yvonne Volkart Schmidt, Texte Zur Kunst #108

DIAP faculty João Enxuto and Erica Love were awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Artist Fellowship in Digital/Electronic Arts and a Creative Capital Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for  their Contemporary.Institute. They too participated with Tyler Coburn in After Effects, curated by Laurel Ptak, Center for Contemporary Art Estonia, December 9th.

Tyler Coburn, João Enxuto and Erica Love will be screening their work for After Effects at Anthology Film Archive on Thursday March 1, 2018 from 7.30pm to 11.30pm. All are invited to attend!

 

 

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September/October DIAP news

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Congratulations to Ralph Lemon (DIAP visiting artist Spring 2016) for receiving a National Medal of the Arts for his contribution to dance and the visual arts by President Barack Obama.

 

Priyanka Dasgupta (2017 DIAP)
will be speaking on art and social change, as part of a panel of artists and writers in conversation with Mick Minard, on Saturday, October 8, at the Annual Indo American Arts Council Literary Festival, New York. The event is from 12.15 – 1.15pm, at NYU’s Kimmel Center, located on 60 Washington Square Park

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Michelle Levy (2016 DIAP Alum):
DIAP Alumni Michelle Levy will be performing “Ruins of Achelach”
on October 15, 2016, @ Dixon Place (works in progress series)
161 A Christie Street, 10 pm.
Tickets on sale by September 15 dixonplace.org

Created and performed by Michelle Levy (DIAP Alum).
Developed with and directed by Sarah Cameron Sunde (DIAP Alum).
Intro performance by Leigh Davis and invited guests: “Mother Circle,” with choral compositions written by Annie Garretson for the Threshold Choir.

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Lionel Cruet (2014 DIAP Alum):

Cruet800x600Lionel Cruet presented his project “Intangible Sites”, an immersive environment in a mobile container unit that displays reflections through images and sounds collected with the participation of the immigrant community of New Mexico during the month of September and October of 2016 at PASEO Taos, NM.

And postmatter published a very good write-up about his piece here

 

William Tucci (2014 DIAP Alum):
Provided parts of the soundtrack for Wastedland 2, the new film by writer and director Andrew H. Shirley.

See him live with his band “Unstoppable Death Machines9/30/16 ☠ 8pm @ Aviv ☠ 496 Morgan Ave
Death is not the end

 
Sarah Cameron Sunde (2016 DIAP Alum)
has started her 9 month Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) workspace residency.sarah_7747576_orig

 

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02/11/16 DIAP open information session

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A public information session for all those interested in the [DIAP] MFA Program will be held on February 11th at 5:00PM in the [DIAP] Studio Shepard Hall room 408. This is the time to ask questions and get a look at the studio. The deadline to apply to the Digital & Interdisciplinary Art Practice [DIAP] MFA Program is March 1st 2016 for a Fall 2016 start.

 

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02/24 Extended Admission deadline for the DIAP MFA

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Due to delays in some application materials, CCNY graduate admission has extended the application deadline for all until February 24th!

Applications will be reviewed starting February 1st.

Admission information can be found here.

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February 1st Deadline to apply to the DIAP MFA

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February 1st 2015 is the next deadline to apply to the Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice [DIAP] MFA Program.

If you want to be considered for the Fall 2015 Admission to the Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice [DIAP] MFA at the City College of New York (CUNY), please submit your application before February 1st 2015.

Admission Process:
Applying to City College’s [DIAP] MFA program is a dual process. You will need to apply for admission both to the College in general and to the DIAP MFA program in particular.
Use the City College Graduate Admissions System to submit your portfolio [See the Application Guidelines and Portfolio Requirements] and complete the application to CCNY and DIAP.

Acceptance to the Program is Portfolio based. Only online Portfolios are considered.
See Portfolio Requirements for information on submitting your work.

Scholarships:
All accepted DIAP applicants for Fall 2015 are automatically considered for one of four $10,000 tuition based scholarships. The selection is portfolio based and awarded by the DIAP selection committee.
All enrolled DIAP applicants receive a laptop for their use. Upon successful graduation it can be bought for $1.

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Laura Schneider Earliest Recollections, 2014.

For questions, please email diap@ccny.cuny.edu

DIAP Studio Location:

DIAP (Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice) MFA Studio
4th floor of Shepard Hall
Entrance is on Convent Ave, corner of 140th St.
The City College of New York
NY NY 10031
Ph: 1-212-650-7420
Email: diap@ccny.cuny.edu
Program: www.ccny.cuny.edu/diap
DIAP FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/DIAP.MFA

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