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One-minute video from a day at APME 2017–at CU Denver!!!

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Live sound track to silent film “Faust”

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This link (https://vimeo.com/215526994) is the original video of 1926 Faust and audio CU Denver ElectroAcoustic Ensemble as led by Donald Sosin & Todd Reid performed live for the 2017 Denver Silent Film Festival on 4/29/17. What a great representation of faculty and student talent from the College of Arts & Media. Prof. Todd Reid and musical director Donald Sosin built a silent film accompaniment to Faust in just 2 days. Instead of weeks or months--our students can create a 2-hour soundtrack in just 2 days. Bravo too to Howie Movshovitz for curating this great festival.

CU Denver Art History Symposium. Great presentations by College of Arts & Media student scholars.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby featherAll of the presentations were terrific examples of the intellectual work going on in the CU Denver College of Arts & Media. My own training being in music, Elena Jones's presentation caught my attention and stirred my imagination. "Supermodel (You Better GesamtkunstWERK!): RuPaul’s Drag Race Seen Through Richard Wagner’s 'Total Work of Art.'"

CAM “Student Agency” students have breakfast with University of Colorado President Bruce Benson

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby feather Three of our CAM “Student Agency” students have breakfast with University of Colorado President Bruce Benson, prior to their VR & AR demonstration for the CU Board of Regents. Left to right: Tomas Bernal, Ashley Nepomuceno, and Brandon Vargas. #CUintheCity #CUDenver #CUDenverCAM

The First Annual CAM “Pitch” (Business) Competition

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Patrick Jager, Isabella Sandoval, Gaye Leonard and Mike Belitz
Ashley Nepomuceno
Mike Belitz
Gaye Leonard
Don Roberts and his wife Martha
Marianna DiVietro
Angie Buckley, Scholar in Residence for Entreprenurship and Enterprise and founder of the CAM Student Agency

X Alfonso and new Denver friends at Red Rocks

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Sandra Lopes, X Alfonso, Maria Garcia Berry, and Leanna Clark
X Alfonso and Laurence Kaptain
Laurence Kaptain, Sandra Lopes, Maria Garcia Berry, X Alfonso, Leanna Clark, Matt Aho and Martha Luna

Cuban musician/artist X Alfonso visits Comcast Center for Media and Technology at CU Denver

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What a pleasure to have X Alfonso and Sandra Lopes visit CAM, along with Erin Trapp and Maria Valenzuela from the Biennial of the Americas.

X Alfonso, Sandra Lopes, Erin Trapp, Maria Valenzuela, Laurence Kaptain

Comcast Center for Media and Technology at CU Denver

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby featherOpening Celebration on March 2, 2017 at the new Comcast Center for Media and Technology at CU Denver, housed in the Tivoli Student Union.
Dr. Linda Overholser (CU Denver Anschutz Medical Campus) member of the College of Arts & Media Dean's Advisory Council with Chancellor Horrell
The Mobile Device Ensemble directed by Prof. Todd Reid
The Deans of the College of Arts & Media and College of Engineering and Applied Science
Leaders and staff members from Comcast celebrating the Comcast Center for Media and Technology

College of Arts & Media Advisory Council member Patrick Jager, quoted in Washington Post

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From left, ITV Entertainment president and moderator David Eilenberg joins panelists Chris Dorsey, Jane Durkee, John Feld, Patrick Jager and Jeff Keane for a discussion titled “America: Getting the Whole Picture” at the RealScreen Summit in January. (Rahoul Ghose)
“I think one of the problems with our industry is that once there’s one, it’s ‘We need 17 of that exact same thing,’ ” said Patrick Jager, who helped develop HGTV juggernaut “Fixer Upper,” starring a husband-wife contractor-designer team from Waco, Tex. “Four years ago it was ‘What’s our “Duck Dynasty?” ’ Now it’s ‘What’s our “Fixer Upper?” ’ Everyone chases the same thing because they say that’s what everybody wants to see. That’s a problem, because then we’re all trying to depict the same type of person.”

So how do you solve the issue? One key is to erase the idea that producers who don’t live in New York or Los Angeles are “outsiders.” Members of a panel that featured producers and executives from Knoxville, Tenn.; Denver; St. Louis and Minneapolis said although plenty of networks are interested in shows from the flyover states, there’s definitely still a “cool kid” mentality of certain coastal brands. Some people still ask, “Why is your company there?”

“If we’re trying to bridge this divide between the urban and the rural and try to tell stories, post-November, about our world, that mind-set within our group has to change,” said Jager, who runs the Denver-based CORE Innovation Group.

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