Free Lunch invites you to indulge your artistic appetites in a creative buffet of media arts. This exhibition highlights IAM’s diversity and innovation, with works ranging from game and website design, to environmental sculpture, to interactive video and sound installations. Showcasing the intersecting arts, media, and emerging technologies of IAM, the Hokin Project offers you a Free Lunch.
At the forefront of emerging media and technologies, the Interactive Arts and Media Department (IAM) provides degree programs that are technically rigorous and creatively challenging. IAM students become creative technologists, able to design meaningful experiences in the worlds of entertainment, art, education and business.
The Hokin Project is a gallery management practicum course offered by the Arts, Entertainment, and Media Management Department (AEMM), in cooperation with the Department of Exhibitions and Performance Spaces (DEPS). Open to all majors, the Hokin Project provides professional-level experience in gallery management, exhibition development, and design. For information about the course contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Special thanks to Jason Geistweidt, Huey Lewis, Philip Nadasdy, Niki Nolin, and Eli Samuels.