CAA 2020 Recap: Jevi

2020 Judson-Morrissey Fellows 2 DAYS AWAY. Hi! I’m Jevi, and this February I received the 2020 Judson-Morrisey Excellence in New Media Award from the New Media Caucus. My journey began on Feb 10, a few days before the conference began. I had spent the week prior meticulously going through the conference calendar, highlighting events that were relevant to my thesis, interests, current or past courses, career-related, and a few that were tangential and would provide exposure to new ideas. I landed, for the first time, in Chicago, and was greeted by the wind! I later found out that it was sometimes…


CAA 2020 Recap: Laura Hyunjhee Kim

2020 Judson-Morrissey Fellows Greetings from my artosphere to yours! My name is Laura Hyunjhee Kim, an earth-dweller, a living-human, a Korean-American multimedia artist. I’m super grateful to have received the 2020 Judson-Morrissey Excellence in New Media Art Award and to have been recognized for what I love doing.  To give you a brief overview of what I do, I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Intermedia Art, Writing and Performance (IAWP) at the College of Media, Communication and Information (CMCI), University of Colorado Boulder. My work performs moments, often with an otherworldly sense of humor, that necessitate and embrace the complexities…


CAA 2020 Recap: James Welch

2020 Judson-Morrissey Fellow Winning the Judson-Morrissey Scholarship to attend the College Art Association Conference in Chicago was a huge contribution to my research and practice. Being a relatively young artist, at the beginning of my career, it was helpful to speak with other artists in New Media, to discuss the ways that technology, and new media were informing their practice. The highlight being the New Media Caucus Showcase in which national artists shared their research, and explorations. This event was also an opportunity to network and asks questions. To my surprise artists were willing to share their techniques, and experiences…

Call for Entries

Open Call: New Media Caucus Affiliated Panel Proposals

The New Media Caucus invites proposals for our affiliated panel session to be held during the 2021 College Art Association annual conference in New York City. Panels should reflect New Media Caucus’ mandate of promoting the development and understanding of new media art with an emphasis on contemporary or emerging technologies. We are particularly interested in panels that address or engage with underrepresented populations reflecting our commitment to embodying the diversity of new media.   Proposals that are not been selected as the official NMC panel may be considered for NMC programming in the CAA MediaLounge. Please indicate in your proposal…

CAA, Conference, Events and Exhibitions

NMC at CAA 2020

NMC at the 2020 College Art Association Annual Conference  Chicago, February 12th – 15th NMC Affiliated Panels The Legacy of Jack Burnham on Video Game Art and Emerging New Media Thursday_ 2/13/2020, 2:00 – 3:30 pm Hilton Chicago, 8th floor Corinna Kirsch, Peter McDonald, Francesca Franco, Tiffany Funk, Charles S. Evans Practical Applications and Surrounding Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion Thursday_ 2/13/2020, 4pm – 5:30 pm Hilton Hotel, Lower Level, Salon C-2  Applying a modified SWOT Analysis, this workshop creates space to share experiences and strategies to overcome exclusionary practices. Facilitators guide participants through a group writing activity. Sharing is a means…

Call for Entries

The Judson-Morrissey Excellence in New Media Award

The New Media Caucus (NMC) invites applications for The Judson-Morrissey Excellence in New Media Award: Conference Attendance Scholarship for Students of Color. The scholarship fund provides three $500 awards for students of color working in the field of new media art (artist, practitioner, history and/criticism) to attend the College Art Association Conference Chicago, IL, February 12-15, 2020 This award is consistent with the vision of the NMC and our commitment to cultivating inclusivity within the new media arts community. One goal of the scholarship is to facilitate connections with the New Media Caucus community of artists and scholars at the…

Call for Entries

NMC Election Cycle Results

The New Media Caucus is happy to welcome the following continuing and new board members following a successful election cycle.   Chair of Communication Committee KT Duffy Assistant Professor of Art, Northeastern Illinois University   Board Members Farhad Bahram Assistant Professor, Indiana State University   Victoria Bradbury  Assistant Professor, The University of North Carolina – Asheville   Meredith Drum Assistant Professor, School of Visual Arts, Virginia Tech   Zach Duer Assistant Professor, School of Visual Arts, Virginia Tech   Sue Huang  Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut   Chelsea Thompto Visiting Professor, Grand Valley State University  

Hub, Member News

Member Spotlight: Alejandro T. Acierto

Alejandro T. Acierto is an artist and musician whose work is largely informed by the breath, the voice, and the processes that enable them. He has exhibited artworks at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Issue Project Room, MCA Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, and Roman Susan and presented performance works at Rapid Pulse Performance Art Festival, the Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival, the KANEKO, Center for Performance Research, and Center for New Music and Technology. Recent projects were shown at the 2019 Havana Biennial in Matanzas and Boundary Gallery in Chicago. Noted for his “insatiable” performance by the New…

Call for Entries, NMC Events and Exhibitions, Opportunities with NMC

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS: NMC Showcase during CAA 2020 Chicago

The eleventh annual New Media Caucus Showcase will be held during CAA 2020 on Thursday evening, February 13th at Bar Louie in Chicago, IL from 8-10pm.   The NMC showcase is a series of rapid-fire presentations by 10 NMC members (6-minute presentations). It has proven to be an excellent forum to get to know the work of fellow new media artists and scholars in a lively atmosphere. Several spots are reserved for graduate students currently enrolled in MFA or PhD programs. Due to the short presentation slots, presenters may only present one work, rather than a retrospective of their careers. …