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  • Riffe Gallery Opening

    The Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery is hosting a free public event to celebrate the opening of In Touch, a group exhibition of Ohio artists curated by Megan Young. Featured Artist Include: Hala Abubaker, Kate Budd, April D. Felipe, Amber N. Ford, Kate Hampel, Elaine Hullihen, Yusuf Dubois Abdul Lateef, Rebecca Nava Soto, Pipo Nguyen-duy,…

  • Interdisciplinary Student Collaboration

    Join us for a preview collaboration of original sound, projection, and astrological exploration. Ji Yeon Kim‘s Performance & Media Course composed an original soundscore around themes inspired by the upcoming solar eclipse. Megan Young, in collaboration with students from the Interactive Multimedia Course, composed interactive projections inspired by solar events, and Songhu Wang, Assistant Professor of Astronomy…

  • Media Artist Educator Roundtable

    On the occasion of the Inaugural BRIDGE Film & Video Festival, Megan Young hosted a gathering of media artist educators in Chicago at the Site/LESS screening location. The group discussed ways to foster and champion student work within emerging frameworks. Young will continue to support a partnership between BRIDGE and Indiana University, while expanding the…

  • Students Design Exhibition Poster

    University of North Carolina Wilmington graphic design students each created a poster for the upcoming exhibition at Fried Fruit gallery. They drew inspiration from previous iterations of the With What We Could Carry project, from screenshots of the virtual reality experience in development, and from the project themes. Of the fifteen AMAZING creations they developed,…

  • Student Video Art Exhibition

    Eleven undergraduate and graduate students from Indiana University’s digital art are courses have video art works selected for inclusion in the inaugural BRIDGE Film & Video Festival. Their works will be screened within a collaborative showcase developed through a new partnership with IU’s Eskenazi School and BRIDGE. Multiple Bodies delves into the shifting and overlapping…

  • Creative Birth Archiving Workshop

    On Friday, May 5th from 10am to 2pm, Megan Young is providing demonstrations and training on using app-based 3D scanning tools for creative archiving at the Monroe County Public Library in Bloomington, Indiana. Those attending are encouraged, but not required, to bring an object of familial significance to be scanned. Those who wish may contribute…

  • 3D Scanning Sessions

    Megan Young is 3D scanning participants and heirloom objects as part of her creative research into care-based practices within emerging technologies. Come to the the Eskenazi School of Art’s Open Studio Event on Friday, October 7th from 5-7pm to see her work-in-progress and learn how photogrammetry, LiDAR, and AI image processing support the preservation of cultural heritage. Participants…

  • Humankind Series Workshop

    As part of Eden Ünlüata-Foley’s Humankind series, guest artist Megan Young is exploring the future of work along intersections of care, tradition, and technology through a workshop with West Shore Community College undergraduate students. Students consider the dreams of their elders, asking: “How did they envision our labor and how have they prepared us?” Those…

  • Radical Archiving + Care-Based Processes

    Interdisciplinary artists Megan Young and Leo Selvaggio conducted dozens of one-on-one 3D scanning sessions with participants across Northeast Ohio as part of a Knight Foundation funded exploration into care-based technology practices. The duo hosted sessions in public libraries, at arts institutions, and in private spaces in Akron, Berea, Cleveland, and Lakewood. Participants were invited to…

  • Dance + Technology Workshop

    Advanced choreography students at Baldwin Wallace University enjoyed a guest artist workshop with collaborators Megan Young and Leonardo Selvaggio on October 13, 2022. The group, together with dance faculty Sara Whale, explored how industry leading scanning hardware could be used to create 3D models of objects, individuals, and groups. Students developed collaborative compositions to be…