Live performances, interactive multimedia installations, sculpture and video installations, projected motion graphics, and more are featured during the Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s fourth annual Outdoor Vision Fest, a free self-guided program of innovative, collaborative projects by students from various university departments. This year’s event, held on the SFUAD campus (1600 St. Michael’s Drive), includes projections on the side of the university’s Visual Arts Center; performances by dance, music, and film students; and media displays in an 18-foot hemispheric dome provided by Lumenscapes Illumination Media. SFUAD music and dance students also perform work by student composer Angelo Harmsworth and visiting artist and choreographer Jocelyne Danchick. In addition, a pop-up shop sells work made by graphic-design students. The festival runs from 8:45 to 10:45 p.m. on Friday, May 2.
SFUAD’s inaugural student-run CineVision Film Festival shows narrative films, documentaries, and animation at The Screen on the university campus. Films include Hateship Loveship (6 p.m. on May 2), a drama starring Kristen Wiig, and Cinema Six (10 p.m. on May 3), a comedy co-directed by Taos native Mark Potts, plus films by SFUAD alumni Matt Page, Tristan Love, and Seth Fuller. CineVision also features question-and-answer sessions with filmmakers in person and via Skype. On Friday, events begin at 2:15 p.m. with the SFUAD Student Shorts Program; screenings and associated events continue through Sunday, May 4. For a complete schedule and to purchase tickets ($10 per film or $20 for a weekend pass), visit www.thescreensf.com or call 505-473-6494.
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