Please join us for Bumblin’ Youngins: an evening of videos created by undergraduate students at Rutgers University, Columbia University, The College of New Jersey, New York University and Pratt Institute. Bumblin’ Youngins is hosted and co-organized by Jordan Rathus and Torrance Shipman Gallery, and is co-curated by Rutgers students Charles de Agustin and Ruby Ryan. The event is on April 8 at 8pm at the Torrance Shipman Gallery (219 36th St 4th floor, Brooklyn). There will be live musical performances from AGA (soundcloud.com/agreatarchitect) and Spowder (spowder.bandcamp.com), with light refreshments served. Nobody under 18 will be admitted.
Inside the essence of the “in-betweens” that live within the “|s” of “film|video|art” emerges Bumblin’ Youngins, an event serving as a social platform for the next generation of rising time-based makers. Students working today to create a new tide of thinking-tied-to-things meet for a salon-of-sorts at Torrance Shipman Gallery, an artist-run space that too evolved from a community of students wanting a place to continue to make and talk. Ruby and Charles enthusiastically accepted my challenge to curate a pop-up video show with the intention of building a broader community of fellow students of time.
Jordan Rathus is an artist and filmmaker who has taught video art at The College of New Jersey and Rutgers University. She is a graduate of New York University (BFA in Film) and Columbia University (MFA in Visual Art: New Genres). She co-founded Torrance Shipman Gallery in 2012. Rathus lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Ruby Ryan studies digital filmmaking at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts (’20).
Charles de Agustin studies digital filmmaking and philosophy at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts (’20). He recently premiered his short film “DOGGIE” at the New Jersey Film Festival, and looks forward to producing his next film in August.