Help People In Space Meet Kickstarter Goal by October 2, 2010!!
The Berwick's own Daniel S DeLuca and SPI alumni Sandrine Schaefer are heading up the research-art expedition on the ground in Shanghai as you read this, making and collecting absolutely unique data about the 2010 World Expo. Help cover the cost of the exhibition of their research results that they will mount when they return in October!
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A celebration of Boston‘s Performance Art Initiative and release of long-awaited web-based archive, which was developed with support of the Berwick's SPI program. Exhibition of performance art relics and evolving timeline on view at MEME October 9th-23rd.
October 9th 8pm
October 16th 8 pm
Submitted by susan on Fri, 12/05/2008 - 11:52
We are excited to announce the appointment of Daniel DeLuca and Ryan Sciaino as Coordinators of the Berwick's Special Projects Incubator.
Daniel DeLuca is a curator, organizer, and performance artist who received his BFA with honors from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design where he majored in the Studio for Interrelated Media. As an undergraduate he curated and organized collaborative multi-media performance events with students, faculty, and practicing artists. He co-directed and co-curated the 2007 Eventworks festival, an annual festival of experimental artwork in all media. DeLuca was president of the Student Government Association at MassArt where he founded a $5000 grant program for MassArt students. Last spring he was awarded a grant from the Center for Arts and Community Partnership at MassArt for an installation project that addressed issues related to nature and art. In addition to working with the Berwick as a program coordinator, he maintains a studio in Waltham, MA.
Ryan Sciaino graduated with a dual degree in Music Technology and Multimedia Studies from Northeastern University. He has worked as Technical Director for exhibitions in galleries throughout Boston including Art Interactive, Axiom Gallery, and the Huret and Spector Gallery at Emerson College. He also piloted a web video series for WGBH and Public Radio International's "The World." He is currently a teaching artist at the Institute of Contemporary Art where he runs audio and video editing workshops for high school students as part of their Teen New Media program. He also produces his own music, DJ's locally and abroad, and does freelance audio and video work.