Tuesdays at the IMRC -11/7 – Joline Blais & Jon Ippolito

The Intermedia MFA program presents:

Tuesdays at the IMRC

@ The IMRC, Orono ME

Joline Blais & Jon Ippolito Tuesday 11/7 in the IMRC APPE space

from 7pm to 8:30pm

Free Events / Open to All Ages

The Intermedia MFA program is excited to continue their fall 2017 visiting artist lectures series, known as Tuesdays at the IMRC. This year’s visiting artist roster promises the community a robust season of contemporary artists from across the country and around the world.  Our fourth event on November 7th at 7:00p.m. is with Joline Blais and Jon Ippolito with a special performance in the IMRC APPE space.  You can find more details on the IMRC website here: http://intermediamfa.org/fall-2017/

Joline Blais, Associate Professor of New Media at UMaine, is a mother, educator, writer, permaculture practitioner, ecovillage founding partner, competitive rower, avid hiker, and alpine ski coach.  She co-directs Still Water, and co-founded LongGreenHouse, a “communiversity” project integrating the Wassokeag K-8 school, UMaine classes, permaculture practices, and Wabanaki Longhouse traditions. Her subsequent work at the Belfast Ecovillagespanned 8 years and involved permaculture design, art projects and workshops, land use governance, restorative justice facilitation, dynamic governance, non-violent communication and transition town training, and initial development of food forest orchards, as well as design, construction and research of a net-zero, solar energy “passive haus.”

Jon Ippolito is Professor of New Media and Director of the Digital Curation program at the University of Maine. He also co-directs the StillWater lab. His current projects–including the Variable Media Network, ThoughtMesh, and his co-authored books At the Edge of Art and Re-collection–aim to expand the art world beyond its traditional preoccupations. Jon teaches courses in Web design and development, remix culture, and digital preservation.

Please visit our Website for more info:  http://intermediamfa.org/fall-2017/