Welcome Fall 2016

Welcome to a new semester at UGA! If you are new to ICE, please take a few moments to explore the site and learn about some of the current and past projects and events. You may also be interested in joining the ICE listserv, a weekly email announcement with local events and opportunities in the arts.

Please also welcome our new recipients of Graduate Assistantships in Interdisciplinary Arts Research: Matthew Flores (Art), Rebecca Jackson (Theatre and Film Studies), and Carla Cao (Music). These three exceptional graduate students will develop creative research under the auspices of ICE, including collaborative work across disciplines and facilitating collaborative projects and proposals with faculty, students, and community members.

Recent Highlights

ICE partners with Watershed UGA and the Center for Integrative Research (CICR) to develop arts + environment project initiatives and grant proposals … ICE partners with the Office of Sustainability to create Sustainability + Arts grant … ICE receives a Faculty Research Cluster grant from the Willson Center for the ArtsIdea Lab student organization awards mini-grants for collaborative projects featuring innovative performance technology, immigrant perspectives, and social justice … ICE partners with the Department of English to celebrate the centennial of Dada with performances by students, faculty, visiting artists, and the Sun Ra Arkestra … ICE Graduate Research Assistants create multimedia installation in image ofBlack Lives Matter data visualization collaboration with Johnathan Smith … ICE Conversation Series features visiting artists, alumni, research reports, and demonstrations … ICE podcast series features interdisciplinary perspectives on critical evaluation … ICE Project alumnus Kit Hughes is a featured speaker during Thinc. UGA Entrepreneurship Week … ICE-Vision celebrates 10th anniversary … ICE welcomes Dr. Peter Van Zandt Lane and Katherine McGuire to advisory board … ICE awards Honorary Fellowships to UGA alumni Heather McIntosh and John Michael Boling

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Flicker Orchestra accompanies Ghosts Before Breakfast (dir. Hans Richter, 1928) during the Dada Centennial [photography by Jason Thrasher].

Reading Room: What Does it Mean to Sustain a Career in the Gig Economy?

What does it mean to sustain a career in the gig economy?

By Steven J. Tepper, Dean and Professor, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University (2013 ICE Visiting Scholar)

ICE Podcast Episode 14: Bruce Andrews

Bruce Andrews

Feedback: Bruce Andrews

Bruce Andrews, a multimedia artist with a long career as a professor of political science at Fordham University, talks about communities of feedback and the challenges of unconventional practice.

Audio and transcript: ideasforcreativeexploration.com/podcasts/

Subscribe on iTunes: www.itunes.com/podcast?id=533685105

FY16 Annual Report

Read the full report here (140k download):

FY16 Annual Report

ICE-Vision: Yojimbo

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ICE-Vision: Yojimbo (Kurosawa, 1961)
Thursday, April 28 at 6:30 PM
Lamar Dodd School of Art, Room S150

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Toshiro Mifune portrays a Samurai who finds himself in the middle of a feud-torn Japanese village. Neither side is particularly honorable, but Mifune is hungry and impoverished, so he agrees to work as bodyguard (or Yojimbo) for a silk merchant (Kamatari Fujiwara) against a sake merchant (Takashi Shimura). Yojimbo was the prototype for the Clint Eastwood “Man with No Name” picture A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS (1964). The difference is that Fistful relies on Eastwood for its success, whereas Yojimbo scores on every creative level, from director Akira Kurosawa to cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa to Mifune’s classic lead performance.

Hyphenated Americans

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Hyphenated American: Latinos
Tuesday, April 26 at 7 PM
Georgia Museum of Art

Come learn about the struggle, perseverance, and cultures of Latinos through the arts and educational discussion. Topics of identity, different immigration statuses, educational injustice in Georgia, and more will all be covered. Art gallery, spoken word, and lots of live music with a reception to follow. Free to the public.

Hyphenated American Panel

Dr. Sergio Quesada, UGA LACSI professor: discussing why it is important for Latinos to maintain their cultural identity.

Heidy Guzman, MA in Professional Counseling: discussing some of the psychological impacts of immigrations.

Johanna Cochran, Associate Attorney with Kuck Immigration Partners: presenting on Policy 4.1.6 and on the difficult process to gaining legal status in the US.

Art and Performance

Anita Guevara – Spoken Word
Orlando Pimentel – Visual Art
Daniel Allen – Guest Composer
Monique Osorio – Guest Composer
Band: Laura Camacho (bass), Corey Flowers (guitar), John Phillips (percussion), and Monique Osorio (vocals)

Supported in part by an Idea Lab Mini Grant.