Sculptor Glenn Zweygardt spoke about his life and work during a gallery talk in the Llewellyn Gallery last week. The current exhibition, Zweygardt Over Time, explores the various stages of his work as they have developed over time. I was pleased to curate this exhibition to showcase some of Zweygardt’s smaller works. It was an added treat to be able to view the exhibition with students as they engaged in conversation with the artist.
This is my first blog, and I wanted to take an opportunity to talk about what I'm doing in Digital Media and Animation a little, especially to try and give some perspective about how much fun it can be, and just how much imagination it lets you use.
Right now I'm working on one of our digital media and animation projects for my computer animation III class. Basically it's supposed to be an animation that we made in Maya of a Rube Goldberg contraption, and then fully rendered out. We had the option of working with partners but I chose to work alone.
The second graduating class of our new Digital Media & Animation bachelors program will be holding their annual “Senior Showcase” this Saturday at 2:00 PM in room 215 of the Engineering Technology Building. Alfred students, employees, and community are all welcome to attend this event. A reception will follow in the third floor student lounge. Come view concept art and talk with our seniors about their work.
Student work featured in this year’s show will include:
The Digital Media and Animation faculty presented their work in an exhibition titled in Fluent all, in the newly renovated Llewellyn Gallery this spring. Fluent in a variety of mediums, the faculty presented works ranging from traditional watercolors to digital animation and sound. in Fluent all demonstrated the versatility and uniqueness of the DMA program, which supplies a rich foundation in traditional mediums.