Reynaliz Herrera


Ideas, Not Theories & its Bicycle Orchestra
Reynaliz Herrera is a professional musician, percussionist, composer and educator based in Boston but originally from Mexico where she started music at the ESMD.

Lani Asuncion


Lani Asuncion is an artists-in-residence alumna of Caldera Arts Center, Elsewhere Living Museum, Santa Fe Art Institute, and Bilpin International Grounds for Creative Initiatives in New South Wales, Australia.

Peter DiMuro

Public Displays of Motion
Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion creates and performs dances on stage and on site. Diverse ages and backgrounds in the core company, they are often joined by members of the community at large gathered for special projects. 

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Digital Graffiti
Matthieu Tercieux is a French artist who explores interactive scenography on the transversality of scenes. For more than ten years he has collaborated on numerous projects of theater, dance, live bands and interactive installation. 

Tristan Rudat & Patrick Ryan

Alien TV
Alien Tv's 20th Century time machine TV transports the viewer or user through the golden age of TV and through the development of modern media culture. Sound and video are triggered via specialized equipment.


Jeff Lieberman

Slow Dance
Jeff Lieberman explores the connections between the arts, sciences, education, creativity, and consciousness. He hosted 'Time Warp' on the Discovery Channel, reminding us how little our senses detect and understand about reality.


Ethan Vogt & Giovanna Casimiro

Look Again
A Massachusetts’ native and Harvard VES graduate, Ethan Vogt is Dudley Square-based visual artist and curator of immersive exhibitions. Trained as a cinematographer, he produced Andrew Bujalski’s debut feature Funny Ha Ha named “one of the ten most influential films of the decade” by A.O. Scott in The New York Times.


Masary Studios

Masary Studios is a team of artists awakening built environments through live music performance and video projection mapping. By unlocking the hidden possibilities of an urban landscape, Masary’s works are at once a performance, a dissection of architecture, and an immersive visual spectacle.


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Robert Maloney

Liminal Stages
Robert Maloney is an Assistant Professor at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His recent work focuses on the connections between the temporary materials of our man-made, urban structures and how these fragile forms relate to the erosion of memory.



Gary Halliwell,  Christina Zwart & Ian Condry


Disco Dogs
Gary is the co-creator of Mobile Protest Disco, a mobile dance party dedicated to lifting our spirits through music & dance in public spaces.


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MetaMovements is an entrepreneurial artist collective dedicated to using the arts as a tool for positive transformation of self and community, creating bonds, fostering meaningful relationships, and creating lasting social change.



Cindy Sherman Bishop,  
Andrew Ringler & Phillip Gedarovich


Wellspring Fords
Cindy is an interactive creative artist currently developing open source software tools at
the MIT Media Lab. Andrew is a creative technologist and educator. Phil is a digital media enthusiast specializing in animation and playful experiences.


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Katherine Chin

Katherine Chin is an architectural designer with interdisciplinary interests in the psychology of architecture.


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Furen Dai

Furen Dai’s hybrid art practice utilizes video, sound, sculpture, painting and collaboration. Dai's work has been included in numerous exhibitions and film festivals around the world. She was a recipient of the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation Fellowship for her OMI Art Residency in 2017.



Pamela Hersch

Pamela Hersch is a Boston-based musician, photographer, and video artist originally from Mexico City. She graduated from Berklee College of Music majoring in Electronic Production and Design and has also completed courses at MIT and MassArt. 





Samo started experimenting with digital media and video projectors while attending Massachusetts College of Art and Design 2010-2014. He graduated with a BFA in the Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM), a community structured open major, where he was driven by concept and tool. He self taught himself animation and operation techniques through the internet and self trial.




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Tim Hall

Tim Hall is an educator, artist, and entrepreneur, from Detroit, MI, now residing in Boston, MA. He began playing alto saxophone at the age of 10, and found poetry in college as a way to share his thoughts on paper. Tim Hall draws inspiration from his lived experiences charting the nuances of blackness, masculinity, and the beauties of life.  He currently works at Berklee College of Music, and is the co-owner and artist with HipStory - a HipHop music and film production company dedicated to centering marginalized identities in media.