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  • Apr 28th 2011

    STUDENT GAME SHOW

    Student Game Show
    When: Monday, May 2 @ 6-9pm
    Where: Room 242 & 278 @ The Center for the Arts, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY

    The University at Buffalo’s Department of Media Study proudly presents a collection of student games created during the Spring semester of this year under the guidance of Josephine Anstey and Luke Noonan. This year students in the Virtual Worlds class are showcasing their video games. People will get the chance to meet the designers and play the games.

    This event coincides with the department’s Student show, which provides free food and sustenance to those in attendance.

    Come play some games and have a little fun with us!

    For more information on the featured games, descriptions, and screenshots please visit:
    http://josephineanstey.com/Teaching/VirtualWorldsTwo?action=browse
    To check out on Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=207705262580815

       

       

       

  • Apr 25th 2011

    DMS STUDENT SHOW

    DMS Spring Student Show
    When: Monday, May 2, 2011 @ 5 PM
    Where: The Center for the Arts, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY

    Announcing a new format for the DMS Student Show!
    The evening will include: a program of featured student work; a plenary session where DMS awards will be presented; and parallel exhibitions of student work in multiple rooms (see schedule below). The goal of these changes is to encourage co-mingling of people, ideas and media and to support the diversity of work that is produced in DMS.

    Schedule
    5:00: Room 112 Featured Student Work
    5:20: Room 112 Plenary & Awards
    5:40: Intermission & Food
    Multiple Screening and Interactive/Installation Rooms
    Rooms 112, 232, 235, 242, 246, 278, 286
    6:00 – 7:20: Session 1
    7:20: Intermission & Food
    7:40 – 9:00: Session 2

    We hope to see you at the plenary session!

  • Apr 19th 2010

    DMS STUDENT SHOW!

    dms student show

    Please join us for the Media Study End-of-the-semester STUDENT SHOW!
    Monday, April 26, 2010

    6:00 PM SCREENING
    112 Center for the Arts (Screening Room)

    5:30 PM through Intermission:
    EXHIBITS, GAMES, INTERACTIVE WORK, OPEN LABS

    CFA 2nd Floor (Follow signs)

    FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

  • Apr 15th 2010

    SOUNDZILLA: Class show April 25, 2010

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    SOUNDZILLA
    Date & Time: Sunday, April 25, 7 – 9:30PM
    Location: Soundlab, 110 Pearl St., Buffalo, New York 14202

    Students from the Department of Media Study at the University at Buffalo will be presenting a FREE exhibition of sound art at Soundlab.

    The exhibition, entitled SOUNDZILLA, is a collection of final projects by students in Intermediate Sound Art, an undergraduate-level course taught by Jessica Thompson in the Department of Media Study, University at Buffalo. This exhibition is supported by the Department of Media Study and Soundlab.

    Many of the projects are interactive. Gallery visitors will be invited to participate in the projects over the course of the evening.

    FEATURING WORK BY: Geoffrey Cook, Laura Diemer, Alec Erlebacher, Martin Freeman, Erica Grisanti, David Jamieson, Kirill Kolomyts, Ryan Mallette, Allen Mapenzauswa, Julia Norris, Michael Schmitz, Carl Smith, Will Stachnik, Alex Sunga, Jerry Theresanathan, EJ Vogel, Jesse Wekerle

    More info on their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=112477798777128&ref=ts#!/event.php?eid=111128785580706&ref=ts

    For more information, please contact:

    Erica Grisanti: elg6@buffalo.edu

    Michael Schmitz: schmitz6@buffalo.edu

    Jesse Wekerle: jwerkele@buffalo.edu

  • Apr 15th 2010

    VIDEO VS FILM Class Show April 22, 2010

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    VIDEO VS FILM:
    Thursday, April 22, 2010
    Exhibition: 7 – 10:00PM
    Screening: 8 PM
    Sugar City, 19 Wadsworth St, Buffalo, New York 14201
    FREE EVENT!

    Students in Basic Film (DMS 101) and Creative Video Workshop (DMS 217) from the Department of Media Study at the University at Buffalo will be presenting VIDEO VS FILM, a FREE exhibition and screening of film and video art Thursday, April 22nd @ Sugar City.

    The VIDEO VS FILM extravaganza will feature video installations and a screening comprised of individual and collaborative works by students. This exhibition is made possible through the generous support of the Department of Media Study, UB and Sugar City.

    FEATURING WORK BY:

    FILM: Derek Caputi, Christine Cortes, Adam Danishefsky, Shiri Kester, Tal Kissos, Erica Ladd, Mike Martinez, Brittnay Maxon, Rodney Montgomery, Lisa Papke, Mollie Riester, Xavier Riley, Carl Ross, John Rusk, John Scherer, Jon Shapiro, Kirk Stevens, Lukas Weinstein

    VIDEO: Samuel Avery, Jillian Bliss, Colin Brennan, Tina Chang ,Kevin Gratien, Jayson Johnson, Nicholas Meyer, Matthew Minotti, Conor O’Donnell, Anthony Peacock, Clarence Seneca, Kyle Toth, Travis Tynan, Robert Van Valin, Jieying Yan

  • Dec 10th 2009

    Media Study Undergraduate Student Show + Graduate Student Show

    The Media Study Graduate Student Club will be hosting an Undergraduate Student Show followed by a Graduate Show in the Open Graduate Studio.

    Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009
    Time: 7:00pm – 11:00pm
    Location: 278 Center for the Arts + Open Graduate Studio (286), UB North Campus

    Bring your work to the show!!! As the order will be determined by chance (names out of a hat).

  • Nov 16th 2009

    FREEQUENCIES: Intermediate Sound Art exhibition @ Soundlab

    FREEQUENCIES
    Sunday, November 22, 7 – 9:30PM
    Soundlab, 110 Pearl St., Buffalo, New York 14202

    Students from the Department of Media Study at the University at Buffalo will be presenting an exhibition of sound art at Soundlab.

    The exhibition, entitled Freequencies, is a collection of final projects by students in Intermediate Sound Art, an undergraduate-level course taught by Jessica Thompson in the Department of Media Study, University at Buffalo. This exhibition is supported by the Department of Media Study and Soundlab.

    Many of the projects are interactive, and gallery visitors will be invited to participate in the projects over the course of the evening.

    Featuring work by:

    Chris Anderson
    Jake Barber
    John Blume
    Colin Brennan
    Justin Brylinski
    Christine Cortes
    Nathan Cramer
    Kevin Diehl
    Joseph Hewitt
    Dino Huseinovic
    Nicholas Kryder
    Steve Lopian
    Matthew Lorentz
    Anthony Martini
    Benjamin Paine
    Bobby Tan
    Sam Turner
    Sam Wanamaker
    Paul Weingart

  • Sep 23rd 2009

    Digital Media Poetics presents Patricia Tomaszek

    As part of the Digital Media Poetics Events Series

    Wednesday, September 23 (Gender Week Event), 3-5 PM, 112 CFA
    PATRICIA TOMASZEK, LORI EMERSON

    Monday, October 5 (Gender Week Event), 3-5 PM, 112 CFA
    YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES

    Monday, October 19, 3-5 PM, 232 CFA
    SANDY BALDWIN

    Monday, November 9, 3-5 PM, 232 CFA
    A. J. PATRICK LISZKIEWICZ

    Monday, November 16, 3-5 PM, 232 CFA
    JONATHAN MINTON

    All events will take place in the Center for the Arts, SUNY Buffalo, North
    Campus
    . Sponsored by the Electronic Poetry Center , Dept. of Media Study, SUNY Buffalo and, in part, by Gender Week, Institute for Research and Education on Women and Gender. Series Curators: Loss Pequeño Glazier and Anna Scime.

    SEE THE DETAILED SCHEDULE

  • Sep 21st 2009

    Digital Media Poetics Events Fall 2009

    Fall 2009, Department of Media Study, SUNY Buffalo

    Monday, September 21 (Gender Week Event), 3-5 PM, 112 CFA
    ELIZABETH KNIPE, TAMMY MCGOVERN

    Wednesday, September 23 (Gender Week Event), 3-5 PM, 112 CFA
    PATRICIA TOMASZEK, LORI EMERSON

    Monday, October 5 (Gender Week Event), 3-5 PM, 112 CFA
    YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES

    Monday, October 19, 3-5 PM, 232 CFA
    SANDY BALDWIN

    Monday, November 9, 3-5 PM, 232 CFA
    A. J. PATRICK LISZKIEWICZ

    Monday, November 16, 3-5 PM, 232 CFA
    JONATHAN MINTON

    All events will take place in the Center for the Arts, SUNY Buffalo, North
    Campus
    . Sponsored by the Electronic Poetry Center , Dept. of Media Study, SUNY Buffalo and, in part, by Gender Week, Institute for Research and Education on Women and Gender. Series Curators: Loss Pequeño Glazier and Anna Scime.

    SEE THE DETAILED SCHEDULE

  • Apr 28th 2009

    Can't Work Like This

    Can't Work Like This

    Thursday, April 30th
    Squeaky Wheel
    Buffalo, NY 14202
    716-884-7172
    www.squeaky.org

    7-8pm Opening Reception
    8-9pm Video Screening

    Featuring Artists: Kyle Butler, Jake Cassel, Frederick Wright Jones, and Dayana Fernandez

    from the DMS Graduate Course Concept, Content, Critique
    taught by Stefani Bardin

    Can’t Work Like This is a multi-media and multi-disciplinary investigation into issues of social disconnect, social failings and social obstacles that mediate our every day landscape. Addressing issues including immigrant assimilation, adult sexual relationships, moral bankruptcy, control, alienation and uncertainty these four artists use a variety of approaches and media to illustrate these topics.

  • Apr 21st 2009

    DMS Student Show

    dms student show 2009

    Please join us for the Media Study end-of-the-semester Student Show featuring the best of graduate and undergraduate work. Screening starts at 6:00pm at the Center for the Arts Room 112. During the extended intermission, we will feature installation and interactive work on the second floor bridge and classrooms. It’s free!

  • Apr 21st 2009

    Hysteria in Stereo: A Sound Art Show At Sugar City

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    Saturday, April 25, 2009
    7:00pm – 9:00pm
    Location: Sugar City
    19 Wadsworth Street, Buffalo, NY

    Hysteria in Stereo is a collection of final projects by students in Introduction to Sound, an undergraduate-level course taught by Jessica Thompson in the Department of Media Study, University at Buffalo.

    Many of the projects are interactive, and gallery visitors will be invited to participate in the projects over the course of the evening.

    Featuring work by:

    Lijo Abraham
    Derek Becker
    Adam Brates
    Colleen Brown
    Samantha Bundy
    Timothy Case
    Jana Colley
    Phil Huff
    Ruth Linares
    Brian LoPresti
    Rachael Marciniak
    John Rusk
    Avi Schraeter
    Devin Wilson