MFA Exhibition 2007
student research
Student Research

Student research offers current students the opportunity to present new works and/or works in progress to a larger audience. Student Research is intended to act as a springboard for the presentation of new ideas and concepts, as well as technical innovations.

2012 - 2013

Students interested in showcasing their work in partnership with CADVC should contact Sandra Abbott.

2011 - 2012

More information on this year's projects is coming soon.

2010 - 2011

CADVC Interns participated in CADVC's Senior Adult Learners Outreach Program in partnership with members of a nearby Erickson Living Community. The interns worked with the seniors to visualize the seniors' stories through the digital storytelling project. Starting with a story circle, the interns worked with the seniors, helping them to articulate stories about their personal experiences with the civil rights movement. The students provided feedback and editing and the seniors provided the tales. After the stories were written, the students digitally recorded the seniors as they read their stories aloud. The seniors brought out pictures from their personal scrap books, which were digitally scanned. Finally, the interns combined the digital recordings and scrapbook pictures with animations and illustrations to make the stories come alive in vivid, multimedia presentations. Links to the final cuts of this Inter-generational Digital Storytelling Project* will be posted soon.

Former CADVC Undergraduate Intern, David R. Lee, developed the marketing identity and all designs for Senior Exit Exhibition 2011. In addition to the posters, invitations, outdoor signage, gallery graphics, and iNET animations, Lee created an entire website, which celebrates the achievements of the graduating seniors.

CADVC Graduate Research Assistant and second year IMDA candidate, Meghan Flanigan directed and choreographed 30 Oaks, a project for the Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park at UMBC.

CADVC Graduate Intern and University of Baltimore MFA candidate in Integrated Design, Stephen Bossom designed the logo for the Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park at UMBC.

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