The Schedule

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[SBMA Installation] 

[January 20th - March 24th]: Wednesdays - Sundays 12:00 - 5:00 PM

South Bend Museum of Art

The curatorial staff at the South Bend Museum of Art have installed a unique collection of works in both the Project Room and Weikamp Galleries. Give yourself plenty of time to enjoy these time-based installations, especially the long reel in the Project Room in the back of the museum.

Selected works include Anuj Bhutani “After the Freeze,” Bonnie Cochran and Emily Ashman “no words,” Jiayue Cecilia Wu “For Tashi,” John R. Ferguson and Nicole L. Carroll “Hex on Math,” Martin Daigle and Sylvain Pohu “Beat,” Mendel Lee “Fast-Paced World,” Michele Zaccagnini “Newton's Cradle,” Norah Lorway “Don't Look Back,” Panayiotis Kokoras “Useless Box,” Peter Metzger “For the St. Joseph River,” Phivos-Angelos Kollias, “Ephemeron: Cooking Music Algorithms,” River Theatre “Moon and Sun,” Roxanne and Bill Rea “One Within” and “The Silent City,” Samantha Wolf “Vox Machina,” Simon Coates “Ida.” Stephen de Filippo “Spectral Breathing Apparatus,” Timothy Reinholz “Wave Decay – Papakolea,” Véro Marengère “Hydra”

[South Bend Symphony Orchestra OCTET Installation

[March 5th - April 26th]: Open During Regular Library Business Hours

St. Joe County Public Library - Main Library

The St. Joe County Public Library will host the South Bend Symphony Orchestra's multimedia installation, Octet, in the Main Library's smARTbox space.  Give yourself plenty of time to engage with this interactive installation and listen to the sounds of South Bend Symphony Orchestra musicians surrounding you in eight channels along with a reactive LED accompaniment.

[IQ-Wall Artist Meet & Greet] 

[March 7th]: Thursday 5:00 - 6:00 PM

University Grill, Administration Building, IU South Bend

Festival welcome address and introductory remarks along with an interactive media work by Nik Swift and Coleton Lunt entitled "Heartbeat Here Now." This will be a great opportunity to meet festival artists and learn more about what is going on.

[PMF Opening Concert

[March 7th]: Thursday 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Louise E. Addicott & Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall, IU South Bend

A concert of media works featuring Kyle Hutchins (sax) performing Ted Moore's saccades, artist/creator performances by Kittie Cooper (its being is in it alone), Cecilia Suhr (Humanity: From Survival to Revival), and Riley Ferretti (Moon Dark World), an augmented reality (AR) duet featuring artist/creator John Best and percussionist Jonathan Ovalle (XRelocomOcean), a performance of Matias Vilaplana Stark's Paisajes Oníricos by the Audio Visual Collective, and screenings three works including Timothy W. McDunn's Your Formed, Phivos-Angelos Kollias's Nostophiliac AI, and Maurice Wright's Six Studies in surround sound.

[Special Guest: Myriam Boucher

[March 8th]: Friday 12:00 - 12:50 PM

Louise E. Addicott & Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall, IU South Bend

Don't miss this keynote presentation by [PMF~ 2024]'s special guest artist Myriam Boucher. She will perform her work, The Tuning of the Fields, featuring live visuals and surround sound, and then be available to discuss her work after the performance. This event will open with the screening of João Pedro Oliveira's Coalescence.

[Langlab Celebration and Performances

[March 8th]: Friday 7:00 - 11:15 PM

Langlab South Bend

This celebration features an international roster of guests whose works will be screened and performed live throughout the evening. Grab a drink and some food and take in the art at this community gathering of performance media! 

Performances include Tommaso Rosati and Peter Metzger performing Careser, Maxwell Miller performing Internal Monologue with a Captive Audience, Marienn Sánchez and Alexey Logunov performing Unknown worlds, Bevin Kelley and Alexander P Dupuis performing Nocturne/SoftDeath, Gabriel Geneau performing Cadres, Zouning Liao performing hypothetical particles, and Joël Lavoie and Guillaume Vallée performing Champs Vagues.

Screenings include Chelidon Frame’s Mist of Numbers, Fog of Words, David Jason Snow’s Wake me when we get there, Varun Kishore’s The Way Back, Andre Perim’s MOLD, Wesley S. Uchiyama-Penix’s Azure, Ivan Elezovic’s Drawing Noise and Circle Noise, Eliza Gelinas’s Your silent world, Monica Duncan and Senem Pirler’s Confessions on a Transmission Line, Vera Ivanova’s Melancholy, and Hadis Fard’s The Time of Beautiful People. 

[Browning Cinema Live Scores and Screenings

[March 9th]: Saturday 7:00 - 8:30 PM

Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, University of Notre Dame

In a new partnership with the DPAC's Browning Cinema, PMF will host an evening of live scores and screenings featuring artists from throughout the region and a collection of works from artists at Malone University in Ohio and Utah Valley University.

The program includes live media performances, including Taylor Wiley's soft zone featuring Brandon Lofgren on electric cello, Eric Souther's Deep Time of Latent Spaces, and Impossible Tigers's Model Collapse; a live score performed and created by musician Patrick Misner set to the film "A Trip to the Planets;" a pair of media works by Mark Sniadecki (Cloud Horns and Tone Haven), and a collection of media works from the collaborative teams of Brandon Truscott and his students and the musicians of Nizhóni (Jack Peters, Ben Mariano, and Jake Peters).