Ideas were floated – some of them coming to fruition.

At the KiMo Theatre on Thursday, graduating seniors in the Interdisciplinary Film & Digital Media program at the University of New Mexico will present their capstone projects.

The course is the final project for those pursuing a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary arts, and the topics and focus center on professional practices and critical discourse for interdisciplinary and collaborative artists.

Sixteen projects will be screened during the event.

Read the full article here

When: Thursday (5/9)
Time: 6-9PM
Where: KIMO downtown Albuquerque


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