Public Engagement

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    Profile:

    Kathleen Rugh is a filmmaker and photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her film and photographic work has been exhibited in screenings and galleries throughout the US and internationally, including the Edinburgh International Film Festival, EXiS Experimental Film Festival in Seoul, Korea, the Images Festival in Toronto, Antimatter [media art] in Victoria, BC, the Chicago Underground Film Festival, and Crossroads in San Francisco. Rugh has recieved funding for her films through the New York State Council on the Arts' Electronic Media & Film Finishing Fund grant program. She completed an MFA at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston/Tufts University. 

    Recent Publications:

    East, West, and East Again, 2016, 16mm; Light Streaming, 2012, 16mm; Urban Green, 2011, 16mm; Light Leaks #1 & #2, 2010, Video; Don't Look Directly into the Sun, 2010, 16mm

    Research Interests:

    experimental film, 16mm film techniques, digital filmmaking, photography, urban development, weather patterns

    Awards And Honors:

    New York State Council on the Arts' Electronic Media & Film Finishing Funds Grant, 2016 

    New York State Council on the Arts' Electronic Media & Film Finishing Funds Grant, 2012

    Best Experimental Film, Moviate Underground Film Festival, 2012

    Experimental Television Center Residency Program, 2009

    Current Courses:

    Filmmaking Studio 1 (Open Campus)

    Filmmaking Studio 1

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