Artist, Jake Wells, showcases his work through the years. He studied fine arts, 2-D art, and painting in undergraduate and graduate.
Ellen Finkelstein wants to encourage us to create our own presentation slides. She states that not everyone needs to be an artist in order to have an amazing presentation. In this presentation she offers suggestions on how "artistically challenged" people can improve their slides.
"Presentation of the Day" on December 3, 2014.
Colombian artist Paolo Almario shares how he started working with specific technologies within his digital arts practice. His early web development interests have evolved into physical self-destroying portraits. On behalf of a not-so-frustrating learning process, he promotes SCANLabs, a students group dedicated to digital technologies 'evangelization'.
It can take years to discover that what you do everyday is only preceded by what you have done the day before. Kate Hunt shows us how her continual discovery and reinvention of new and old media has helped to generate her prolific work as a sculptural artist.
Anthony "Scooter" DiMaggio was born and raised here in Michigan but has lived half his life in New York City. Naturally, he combines a homespun mid-western practicality with a more global and holistic sensibility. As a visual artist, he moved quickly from drawing, to painting, to sculpture, then on to wacky invention. After graduate school, he reluctantly moved into the real world and among other things; enjoyed life as a bartender, helped to start a custom made bobblehead business, and began to seriously confront the age-old existential ponderings that yearn for spiritual enlightenment. Today, he expands this evolution with fresh intention and personality to share his brand of humor and awareness through newer features and formats.