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The department of Film and Video is pleased to Welcome Maria Servellón as the first visitor of the Fall 2022 MassArt Ciné Culture screening series. The filmmaker joins the MassArt community and the Ciné Culture audience on Tuesday September 20 at 7pm EST, via Zoom.

 

MARIA SERVELLÓN (she/her) is an award-winning filmmaker, multimedia artist, educator, and arts advocate from Boston, MA. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from UMass Boston, and her Master of Fine Arts in Film and Media Art from Emerson College. Her focus is film and digital media, including projection, installation, photography, and design. Maria’s work often explores identity formation and the synesthetic relationships between art, music, and dance.

 

The MassArt community is invited to view an in-person screening of selected works at 8pm on Monday September 19 at 8pm in the Design and media Center Lecture Hall.

 

*The 2-channel installation Hibiskiss is currently on view (through Septemeber 25) at the MassArt x SoWa gallery, as part of the exhibition The New Drawing Room. View details and gallery hours.

 

Attendees are invited to view our program of selected works asynchronously, and join the filmmaker for a brief discussion and Q&A with the Ciné Culture audience.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

 

Please register via Eventbrite here for links and details. Registration closes on Tuesday September 20 at 7pm EST.

 

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The Massachusetts College of Art and Design Ciné Culture (MACC) screening series was established in 2018 by filmmaker and MassArt Film/Video department chair Soon-Mi Yoo. Each semester, the series brings to campus a diverse group of filmmakers and moving image artists for screenings, panel discussions, master classes, and performances.

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