When: June 28-Aug. 15, 5-8 p.m. 2018
New media works will be on display for Chroma Key at Creative Growth Art Center, the nonprofit that works with artists with developmental, mental, and physical disabilities. The exhibition features digital and video work produced by nine artists using programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and Final Cut Pro. One highlight is sure to be Gregory Stoper’s second episode of “History in a Minute with Gregory Stoper,” which will examine the life of Mahatma Gandhi in a mix of found video and performed scenes. Another short film, Questions, will see Susan Janow sit quietly in front of the camera while an audio track of Janow asking a series of questions plays and builds a sense of discomfort. There will also be a site-specific installation by Terri Bowden featuring digitally manipulated portraits and ambient music. Folks can catch some of these productions on the big screen at the New Parkway Theater on Thursday, July 12.