Digital Arts and New Media: MFA: Collaboration, Innovation, Social Impact

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2010 MFA Exhibition :: Things That Are Possible

Things that are possible, DANM 2010 MFA Exhibition

Friday, April 30, 2010 - 7:00am to Sunday, May 9, 2010 - 7:00am
Digital Arts Research Center


Video by DANM student Meredith Drum

See the Flickr photostream

A preview of the show was a featured part of the DARC Opening Ceremony on April 29, 2010. 


Press Release (PDF)

Artist Information

Downloadable Press Kit

Artist Interviews with Nada Miljkovic on "Artists on Art", KZSC

The Digital Arts and New Media MFA program at UC Santa Cruz presents an exhibition of 14 graduate students whose works deploy advanced technologies for creative potential and social impact.


Entitled Things That Are Possible, this year's UCSC DANM MFA exhibition is the culmination of two years of research and artistic exploration, and will include new media works that explore performativity, interactivity and participation. These works interrogate the borderlands, edges, and contested territories of contemporary new media art practice.


Exhibition Dates: April 30-May 9, 10am-4pm

(Preview Day: Thursday April 29, during opening celebration for the Digital Arts Research Center)


Reception: Friday May 7, 5:30-7:30pm


Location: The NEW Digital Arts Research Center (DARC) located near the Music Recital Hall and Theater Arts on West Campus



Karl Baumann

Lyès Belhocine

Drew Detweiler

Christoph Girard

Nik Hanselmann

Jessica Faith Hayden

Antoine A. Jaoude

Kathleen M. Kralowec

Nick Lally

Chris(Topher) Maraffi

Kyle McKinley

Christopher Molla

Elizabeth Travelslight

Alex Walter


The Digital Arts and New Media MFA Program serves as a center for the development and study of digital media and the cultures they have helped create. Faculty and students are drawn from a variety of backgrounds such as the arts, computer engineering, humanities, the sciences, and social sciences to pursue interdisciplinary artistic and scholarly research and production, in the context of a broad examination of digital arts and cultures.


Thank you to our sponsors:

Bonny Doon Vineyard  UCSC Center for Cultural Studies