Tag Archives: Michelle Carpenter

Denver Business Journal: Take3: Denver exhibit takes patrons into world of augmented and virtual reality

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby featherDBJ article including interviews with Prof. Travis Vermilye and student Brandon Vargas A great article about how the College of Arts & Media and CU Denver partners with the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Also, mentions faculty creators/collaborators/curators Michelle Carpenter and Bryan Leister.
Prof. Travis Vermilye (Digital Design) being interviewed by the Denver Business Journal's Caitlin Hendee. The interview was captured and edited by Kathleen Lavine--the photographer for the Denver Business Journal who creates digital and video content.
Prof. Travis Vermilye (Digital Design) being interviewed by the Denver Business Journal's Caitlin Hendee. The interview was captured and edited by Kathleen Lavine--the photographer for the Denver Business Journal who creates digital and video content.

Opening Celebration of Next Stage Collaborative

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby featherNext Stage Collaborative! An interactive, virtual and augmented partnership between the University of Colorado Denver and the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
Profs. Bryan Leister, Becky Heavner and Yang Wang
Profs. Bryan Leister, Becky Heavner and Yang Wang
Two leaders from Denver's Arts & Venues Tariana Navas-Nieves, Ginger White-Brunetti and and ace CAM student Robbie Fikes IV
Two leaders from Denver's Arts & Venues Tariana Navas-Nieves, Ginger White-Brunetti and and ace CAM student Robbie Fikes IV
Prof. Michelle Carpenter and Chancellor Horrell
Prof. Michelle Carpenter and Chancellor Horrell
Marianna DiVietro, Yang Wang and Tanida Ruampant
Marianna DiVietro, Yang Wang and Tanida Ruampant
The UComm Team: Laura Parker, CAM student Robbie Fikes IV, Leanna Clark and Emily WIlliams
The UComm Team: Laura Parker, CAM student Robbie Fikes IV, Leanna Clark and Emily WIlliams
Chancellor Horrell and CAM student Evan Lei
Chancellor Horrell and CAM student Evan Lei
Kent Rice getting a sample of augmented reality from Michelle Carpenter
Kent Rice getting a sample of augmented reality from Michelle Carpenter
Michelle Carpenter, Chancellor Horrell and Travis Vermilye
Michelle Carpenter, Chancellor Horrell and Travis Vermilye

Students display digital art at Denver Performing Arts Complex

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby featherCU Denver partners with the city to create new gallery--Michael Davidson University Communications December 8, 2016 http://www.cudenvertoday.org/cu-denver-students-art-display-denver-performing-arts-complex/
 Visitors at the Next Stage Collaborative enjoy the gallery’s virtual reality exhibit. The collaborative is at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Students from CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media are exhibiting their work at the space, which was designed and renovated by College of Architecture and Planning students.

Visitors at the Next Stage Collaborative enjoy the gallery’s virtual reality exhibit. The collaborative is at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Students from CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media are exhibiting their work at the space, which was designed and renovated by College of Architecture and Planning students.

The Next Stage Collaborative CU Denver space in the DPAC Galleria

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby feathernxtstgcollab_03aNext Stage Collaborative, an interactive gallery presented in partnership by CU Denver and Denver Arts & Venues. Chancellor Horrell’s deep civic connections are paying off for CAM. Through Denver Arts & Venues’ Next Stage NOW program, CU Denver is reimagining a space in the Denver Performing Arts Complex Galleria. With help from the College of Architecture and Planning’s Design/Build program, CAM is establishing an interactive digital media presence. Travis Vermilye and Michelle Carpenter installed this and are doing the initial curation. Bryan Leister will take over the curatorial duties next semester. This was made possible with support from Denver Arts & Venues, the College of Arts & Media and Chancellor Horrell. CAM student docents from the College of Arts & Media Student Agency will be on hand to answer questions and assure that the public that pass through the Galleria get an evocative and comelling glimpse of CAM’s creative output. Digital Design is taking the lead on this, but it is envisioned that ways will be explored to include other parts of visual arts, as well as Film/TV and MEIS.
The CU Denver Next Stage Collaborative is ahead on the right
The CU Denver Next Stage Collaborative is ahead on the right
Prof. Bryan Leister's "Interactive (and activated) plant." Touch it and magic happens.
Prof. Bryan Leister's "Interactive (and activated) plant." Touch it and magic happens.
Student docents training for the "soft" opening on Wed. 11/23.
Student docents training for the "soft" opening on Wed. 11/23.
Prof. Michelle Carpetner (plaid shirt) and Prof. Travis Vermilye on the right. Dedicated and VERY talented professors of digital design.
Prof. Michelle Carpetner (plaid shirt) and Prof. Travis Vermilye on the right. Dedicated and VERY talented professors of digital design.
Prof. Bryan Leister training docents
Prof. Bryan Leister training docents
CAM student Robbie Fikes IV explaining an interactive installation he is working on.
CAM student Robbie Fikes IV explaining an interactive installation he is working on.

Todd Siler metamorphing workshop with CAM students

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby featherThanks to Angie Buckley for facilitating this exciting session. Thanks too to Professors Howard Cook, Michelle Carpenter and Storm Gloor for being on hand and supporting student creativity and learning!
Todd Siler opening the student session on creativity and metamorphing.
Todd Siler opening the student session on creativity and metamorphing.
William Card (MEIS '17) speaking to the group.
William Card (MEIS '17) speaking to the group.
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Prof. Howard Cook (left) helping out and encouraging CAM students.
Prof. Howard Cook (left) helping out and encouraging CAM students.

KLOCKED: WOMEN WITH HORSEPOWER WAS CHOSEN THE WINNER OF THE CATEGORY OF “SPORTS” IN THE 2016 LOUISVILLE’S INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF FILM

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby featherNews about College of Arts & Media Digital Design professor Michelle Bauer Carpenter. "KLOCKED: WOMEN WITH HORSEPOWER” WAS CHOSEN THE WINNER OF THE CATEGORY OF “SPORTS” IN THE 2016 LOUISVILLE’S INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF FILM. Thank you Louisville International Festival of Film!!! 14650515_10207153623259418_1223612779111843814_n

Klocked: Women with Horsepower–Michelle Carpenter’s latest film

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby featherimg_2808 img_2818 img_2809 klocks-091916 THE DESOLATE, ALIEN LANDSCAPE OF THE BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS, BARREN, GLEAMING WHITE…IN THE DISTANCE, THE FAINT, HIGH WHINE OF MOTORCYCLES SHIFTING THROUGH GEARS…AND THEN THREE WOMEN STREAM INTO VIEW ON THEIR ROARING MACHINES. DESIGNED AS A FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY KLOCKED: WOMEN WITH HORSEPOWER FOCUSES ON A FAMILIAL BOND THAT IS HELL BENT TO BREAK THE BINDS OF GENDER AND SHARES EACH WOMAN’S URGENT DRIVE TO BE THE BEST AT MOTORCYCLE RACING. THROUGH MOVING AND CANDID INTERVIEWS, WE DISCOVER THE DIVERSE AND COMPELLING LIVES OF THIS UNIQUE THREESOME. REVELING AND REVEALING THE STRENGTH OF THEIR CORE FAMILY CONNECTION, KLOCKED: WOMEN WITH HORSEPOWER HIGHLIGHTS CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE BUILDER BRIAN KLOCK, THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO SISTERS AND AN EXPLORES LAURA’S NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION “HELPING WITH HORSEPOWER”. KLOCKED: WOMEN WITH HORSEPOWER IS A THRILLING EXAMPLE OF “GIRL POWER” REVEALING THE STRENGTH AND TENACITY OF WOMEN; REMINDING WOMEN TO REACH FOR THEIR DREAMS AND GO FOR THE WORLD!