Jim Dugan is a commercial photographer based in Rockland who photographs a variety of subjects, from food and real estate to sailing and kayaking. In 1991, he received an artist’s residency on Monhegan Island. He has also worked as a kayak guide and he teaches photography every summer aboard the schooner Mary Day. His latest work is digital kaleidoscopic images of Maine scenes.
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Digital Choc 2013
BY SAMSON SYLVAIN
@ VOL 99
ON JAN 23, 2013
In 2012, the French Institute in Tokyo organized the first edition of Digital Month, a festival designed to highlight French creativity in the fields of digital cultures and new images. This event reached a wide and diverse audience by presenting all aspects of digital creation, from contemporary art to moving images, architecture to video games, and also digital publishing, contemporary music and performing arts. After the success of this first 2012 edition, the French Institute of Japan reiterates the digital experience by organizing Digital Choc, the second edition of this festival, in February 2013.
Through the theme of "digital territories," the 2013 edition would like to explore areas that digital technologies has disrupted, influenced or revolutionized. Artworks proposed in this digital arts festival are to be presented in several cities in the French cultural network in Japan (5 institutes IFJ, 4 French Alliances), and partners (concert halls, shops, cinemas, galleries, etc.)
A Lifetime of Experiences; An Artist in the Making
BY LINDSAY PINCHBECK
@ VOL 20
ON JAN 31, 2014
Lindsay Pinchbeck is the director and founder of Sweet Tree Arts in Hope and has been teaching in the arts for 15 years. Previously she taught photography at the Riley School and the Maine Media Workshops. She is also a printmaker and photographer, and believes the arts should be accessible to all and is an integral piece of learning and personal growth.
BY VÉRONIQUE MÉNARD
@ ARTS NUMÉRIQUES
ON MAR 20, 2014
Véronique Ménard finds in nature a great source of inspiration. She likes to see it as “the oldest silent witness of the evolution of society”. She speaks about the influence of nature in her work and the story of how she got into digital arts, passing through photography, coding and electronics.
Digital Arts: from Pokemon to 'El Paisa Oscar'
BY PAOLO ALMARIO
@ ARTS NUMÉRIQUES
ON MAR 20, 2014
Colombian artist Paolo Almario shares how he started working with specific technologies within his digital arts practice. His early web development interests have evolved into physical self-destroying portraits. On behalf of a not-so-frustrating learning process, he promotes SCANLabs, a students group dedicated to digital technologies 'evangelization'.
BY NINA FULLER
@ VOL 36
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Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: The Importance of Archival Images
BY MICHAEL KELLETT
@ VOL 11
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In this presentation, Michael Kellett emphasizes the volatile nature of today’s digital media and the importance of traditional silver-based photographic materials for the long-term storage, archiving and sharing of important images.
Digital Art: Can it Emulate the Textures of Traditional Art?
BY JASON HILL
@ VOL 15
ON JUN 15, 2017
Jason Hill asks about Digital Art: Can it Emulate the Textures of Traditional Art?A second-year university student, studying Media Design at JCU with a passion for web design and photography, he currently works in IT/marketing at a finance company (Finance One), and runs his own freelance design business.