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Institute for Electronic Arts to showcase digital media artwork in new exhibition

The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery at Alfred University (AU) will present “Typology/Morphology – Work from the Institute for Electronic Arts (IEA)” opening Friday, Sept. 4 and running through Friday, Oct. 9. 

 “Typology/Morphology” highlights artwork produced at the IEA in the School of Art & Design at AU. Approaching its 20th year, the institute was established to support artists working in digital media. The exhibition features the works of Cory Arcangel, Brandon Ballengée, Xu Bing, Robert Brinker, Lawrence Brose, Diana Cooper, Matilda Essig, FLATSITTER, Lindsey Glover, Ann Hamilton, Phil Hastings, Oliver Herring, Xiang Jing, Pamela Joseph, Luftwerk, Thane Lund, Traci Molloy, Joseph Nechvatal, Chi Peng, Sondra Perry, Janet Pritchard, Kiki Smith, Emil Schult, Ari Tabei, Woody Vasulka, and Huang Yan.

AU brings 'World of Harry Potter' lore to all available muggles, wizards, and witches

From Monday, Aug. 31 through Saturday, Oct. 10, Scholes Library at Alfred University (AU) will host “Harry Potter’s World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine,” an exhibition borrowed from the National Library of Medicine. The exhibit will be accompanied by a series of receptions, contests, lectures, and events on campus while the Alfred Box of Books Library on Main Street will also host a series of Harry Potter-themed activities.

Memorial service set for William Walker, professor emeritus

ROCHESTER -- Word has been received of the death of Dr. William Walker, professor emeitus of education at Alfred University, on Aug. 11, 2015, just a few days short of his 85th birthday.

A late summer evening of chamber music to feature the voice of Professor Crosby, Felix Ensemble strings in Howell Hall

A late summer evening of chamber music at Alfred University (AU) will feature Dr. Luanne Crosby, professor of voice and chorus, performing with the Felix Ensemble in Howell Hall, Friday, Sept. 4, at 7:30 p.m. The recital is free and will be followed by a reception where the audience can meet and talk with the performers.

The program will include works for soprano and string ensemble by G.F. Handel, Amy Beach, Andre Previn, Gwyneth Walker, and Leonard Bernstein. The Felix Ensemble includes Rintaro Wada, cello; Ritsuko Wada, piano; and Karino Wada, violin.

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September 1, 2015
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