Posts Tagged 'media'

F&M Hunter College students, faculty and staff at YouTube University

October 1 2015No Commented

Categorized Under: news, slide

youtubeEventOn October 1st, the Hunter College Film and Media Studies students, faculty and staff joined other colleges from the New York City area at the YouTube headquarters in Chelsea for a workshop on how to start a YouTube channel and leverage an online presence. YouTube’s Content Partnership Team and a panel of five media creators talked about the opportunities this platform has to offer, and shared their insider experiences and strategies used to develop their productions. Hunter’s enthusiasm and energy was felt all around the room and welcomed by the YouTube staff and the other participants.

IMA alumna Pam Sporn interviewed on HuffPost: Detroit

October 1 2013No Commented

Categorized Under: news, slide

Alumna Pam Sporn was interviewed by Stacy Parker Le Melle on Huffington Post on her views on Detroit. Growing up in Detroit she’s feels a deep connection to the city and questions when the city is featured in news or media, if it’s portrayed truthfully.

Film & Media Students Jing Wang & George Morales’ work

May 5 2011No Commented

Categorized Under: news

Concerned about the CUNY Budget Cuts and the possibility of yet another tuition increase, Jing Wang and George Morales (two of Professor Gold’s students) went to Albany with other CUNY students on March 15, 2011 to lobby in support of public higher education. Here is their story.

iArt Show

May 10 2010No Commented

Categorized Under: event, slide, upcoming news

iArt Show
Interactive art show by the students of Interactive Media Production (MEDP278)
spring show
more info: http://i-art.us

WHEN:
Sunday May 23, 2010 at 4PM- 6PM
Monday May 24, 2010 at 5PM-7PM

WHERE:
The Blackbox Gallery (Room 543)
695 Park Avenue Hunter College North Bldg
Entrance on 69th Street between Lexington & Park Ave.

Experience Music, Games, and Video in the World of Interactive Art
i-ART

Students in Hunter College’s undergraduate Interactive Media Production course will host the i-ART public exhibit of interactive installations. Throughout the semester, the students have been working on projects that allow them to express their artistic vision through computer programming and hands-on design. The third i-ART exhibition explores various technologies and equipment such as using sensors to detect different elements such as video, sound, and text to create real-time interactivity.