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- Two Seasons of “The University,” Stevenson’s Webcast SitCom
- FIVTH335 – Lighting – Gets Ready for Spring Fashion Show
- April 2013 Career Fair for Students
- NEW WORKSHOP DATE for KATHRYN GOLDMAN: WED MARCH 20, 5-7PM, DC12
- Intro to 16m Filmmaking: Mise-en-scène Projects
- Make Movies. Change the World
- First day out with the 16mm film cameras!
- January 25 DSLR Workshop
- Happy Holidays and Happy New Year
- Fun in FLM254
Monthly Archives: April 2010
2010-04-30_Smith_Roger_Guenveur_049, originally uploaded by Christopher Llewellyn Reed. Actor Roger Guenveur Smith was Stevenson University’s Department of Film/Video/Theatre’s first invitee to what we hope will be an ongoing Artist-in-Residence series. During the day, Roger led improv workshops with our students. Pictured … Continue reading
On Friday, April 30, 2010, Stevenson University’s Department of Film/Video/Theatre is proud to host actor Roger Guenveur Smith as its first invitee to what we hope will be an ongoing Artist-in-Residence series. During the day, Roger will lead improv workshops … Continue reading
Come to the Senior Film & Video Showcase on Thursday, May 13, and Friday, May 14, at 6pm each evening, in the Inscape Theatre on the Greenspring Campus. Our Seniors will be showing their final film and video projects, some … Continue reading
Check out Elyssa Lambert’s new documentary, recently made for VID325 (Video Production): VID325 Documentary by Elyssa Lambert Elyssa is the student pictured in the blog posting previous to this one. Thanks for watching!
2010.04.06_VID325Practice_01, originally uploaded by Christopher Llewellyn Reed. Look at this wonderful product placement for both Apple and the Panasonic P2 camera series! Here, Junior video major Elyssa Lambert takes her turn in front of the camera in our in-class practice … Continue reading
HampdenEaster_2010.04.04_02, originally uploaded by Christopher Llewellyn Reed. . . . Bunnies . . . I love bunnies . . . Easter is so much fun. Meow!
That’s right! You heard it here first, folks. The announcement of this very important discovery comes on the eve of our Easter Break. Stay tuned for more details on the sure-to-be-granted Nobel Prize in Chemistry (the first ever given to … Continue reading