NYU’s Spring ITP/IMA Show Offers A Glimpse into the Future

June 20, 2024

A combination tech expo and art show, the NYU Tisch’s ITP/IMA Spring Show returns May 12-13 with more than 100 interactive and future-facing projects that address current trends and issues, including Artificial Intelligence, computer-assisted learning, and data privacy. Students are plugged into the cultural moment, making this a window of discovery of future products, from startups to art installations and everything in between. “If your project works, or if it’s interesting and it fails, it’s in the show,” says Rothberg. “It’s a barrage of experimentation by students who are committed to their ideas. They are all exploring cutting edge technologies and how to apply them in interesting and unconventional ways.”

A combination tech expo and art show, the NYU Tisch’s ITP/IMA Spring Show returns May 12-13 with more than 100 interactive and future-facing projects that address current trends and issues, including Artificial Intelligence, computer-assisted learning, and data privacy.

Now in its fourth decade, the annual “Festival of the Recently Possible” showcases the imaginations, innovations, and messy experimentations of some 150 students in the undergraduate Interactive Media Arts (IMA), graduate IMA Low Residency, and graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at the Tisch School of the Arts.

The show is open on May 12 from 2 to 6 p.m. and on May 13 from 4 to 8 p.m. on the second and fourth floors of 370 Jay St. in Brooklyn. Admission is free and open to the public, but tickets are required. They are available at this website.

Students are plugged into the cultural moment, making this a window of discovery of future products, from startups to art installations and everything in between.

“If your project works, or if it’s interesting and it fails, it’s in the show,” says Rothberg. “It’s a barrage of experimentation by students who are committed to their ideas. They are all exploring cutting edge technologies and how to apply them in interesting and unconventional ways.”

The source of this news is from New York University

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