Welcome to a new semester at UGA! If you are new to ICE, please take a few moments to explore the site and learn about some of the current and past projects and events. You may also be interested in joining the ICE listserv, a weekly email announcement with local events and opportunities in the arts.
Please also welcome our new recipients of Graduate Assistantships in Interdisciplinary Arts Research: Matthew Flores (Art), Rebecca Jackson (Theatre and Film Studies), and Carla Cao (Music). These three exceptional graduate students will develop creative research under the auspices of ICE, including collaborative work across disciplines and facilitating collaborative projects and proposals with faculty, students, and community members.
ICE partners with Watershed UGA and the Center for Integrative Research (CICR) to develop arts + environment project initiatives and grant proposals … ICE partners with the Office of Sustainability to create Sustainability + Arts grant … ICE receives a Faculty Research Cluster grant from the Willson Center for the Arts … Idea Lab student organization awards mini-grants for collaborative projects featuring innovative performance technology, immigrant perspectives, and social justice … ICE partners with the Department of English to celebrate the centennial of Dada with performances by students, faculty, visiting artists, and the Sun Ra Arkestra … ICE Graduate Research Assistants create multimedia installation in image of … Black Lives Matter data visualization collaboration with Johnathan Smith … ICE Conversation Series features visiting artists, alumni, research reports, and demonstrations … ICE podcast series features interdisciplinary perspectives on critical evaluation … ICE Project alumnus Kit Hughes is a featured speaker during Thinc. UGA Entrepreneurship Week … ICE-Vision celebrates 10th anniversary … ICE welcomes Dr. Peter Van Zandt Lane and Katherine McGuire to advisory board … ICE awards Honorary Fellowships to UGA alumni Heather McIntosh and John Michael Boling.
Flicker Orchestra accompanies Ghosts Before Breakfast (dir. Hans Richter, 1928) during the Dada Centennial [photography by Jason Thrasher].