Artists and scholars: How do you navigate borders in your practice, your research?
The New Media Caucus (NMC) wants to know—and invites you to come and engage with other artists and scholars on this topic at the NMC’s annual symposium and exhibition.
This year’s event, “Border Control,” will take place September 19–22, 2019, at the Penny W. Stamps School of Art Design and Stamps Gallery at the University of Michigan. The Ann Arbor Film Festival is proud to serve as a community partner. For a detailed description of symposium events, check the mind-blowing schedule.
About the NMC
The NMC is an international nonprofit association that was formed to promote the development and understanding of new media art. Because new media art is inherently interdisciplinary, multimodal, and evolving, the NMC supports and advances diverse modes of inquiry to catalyze further evolution in the field.
The NMC represents—and serves—artists, designers, practitioners, historians, theorists, educators, students, and scholars. In addition to being an independent arts organization, the NMC is also an affiliate society of the College Art Association.
What to Do Next
For this year’s NMC symposium, together with guest curator Allison Collins, come to Ann Arbor to explore the notion of borders and boundaries—both tangible and ephemeral—along with their role in your work.
Ready to join us September 19–22? Register today.
Registration closes on Friday, September 13.
See you there!