Andrew Y. Ames holds an MFA (RISD’08) in Digital Media, a BFA (DU‘04) in Electronic Media Arts and Design. Ames is a new media artist and designer that plays and plays with games. Games, his work shows, are cultural artifacts that not only entertain and instruct, but epitomize the societies that created them. His modifications bend the rules and reinvent board, video, and card games in unexpected ways that invite critical reflection on consumerism, politics, technology, and media. He was featured in the Providence Journal as one of RISD’s Up-and-Coming Art Stars. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has most recently been included in Pixilerations at the 5 Traverse Gallery.
Kelly Monico is inspired by the human form in public space. She designs interactive animations, video works, and multimedia objects, using the human figure and personal interaction as her medium. She explores public and personal issues of agency and identity through the creation of conceptually based net art and elements, such as conceptual exploration, cultural implications, personal narrative and humor.
Kelly is an Assistant Professor of Art in the Communication Design Program at Metropolitan State College of Denver. In 2005 she received her MFA degree from the electronic media art & design program (EMAD) at the University of Denver.
Miguel has shown his short films at the First International Film Festival at the Chamizal hosted by El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico. He was accepted to present original papers at the annual meetings of the SAA’s (Society for American Archeology) in New Orleans and Montreal, Canada. Miguel was also a TA and worked for the Center for Interamerican and Border Studies for two years. He taught for a year at Bridges Academy, a private school for children with learning disabilities. In 2005, he graduated from the new electronic media arts design MFA program at the University of Denver.
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