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FAR Welcomes New Project Fellow, Interns and Volunteers

Published January 30, 2014

FAR-staffer-Noah-Brock-tests-augmented-reality-component-for-Michael-ReesFAR’s inaugural formLab Project Fellow, Michael Rees, made his last in a series of site visits to FAR in late January. The pieces Rees produced during his time at FAR will be on exhibit at Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts’ Making Now: Open for Exchange (February 14-March 30). FAR staffers are looking forward to hosting upcoming Project Fellow, Sam Kronick. Kronick will be making his first visit to FAR in late February, when he will lead a critical tool-making workshop and begin producing a body of artistic research responding to Tallahassee-based sites.

An important part of FAR’s mission is to provide opportunities for student learning. This semester, FAR welcomes two interns and two volunteers. Undergraduates, Fabricio Farias and Abigail Lucien, are gaining internship experience at Small Craft Advisory Press. Fabricio and Abigail will be assisting with a variety of press duties, including hands-on studio work with SCAP editions. Students, Shane Drye and John-Henry Graves, are volunteering on the MMAP project, assisting with code development.