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Workshop with Jonah King – The Big Project: Making work that won’t fit in a studio
Join artist and filmmaker Jonah King for a workshop entitled “The Big Project: Making work that won’t fit in the studio.” This workshop will feature a short lecture by King discussing the training, process, and resources necessary to pull off large scale creative works. This will be followed by a panel discussion featuring the team that worked with King to develop All My Friends Are In The Cloud: Jason Hoffman of Jason Hoffman Studios, Arts Technology M.S. candidates Luke Lowers and Bret Williams, and exhibition curator Zach Buckley. The workshop will end with a Q&A session between the audience and the panel members.
Jonah King’s work has been exhibited at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; The Jewish Museum, New York City; Fotografiska, Stockholm; Clima, Milan; Weekend, Seoul; and MEYOHAS, New York City. His films have received awards at the Oberhausen Film Festival and London International Motion Pictures Awards, among others. This year he is co-producing his first play at the Dublin Fringe Festival. King was born in Dublin and lives and works in Brooklyn. He received a BFA in Fine Art Media from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin; an MFA from Columbia University, New York City; and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Maine.