Julia Swift, film critic and Associate Professor of Filmmaking in the Division of Communication and Creative Media at Champlain College, reviews Marvel Studio’s story of Black Widow and her family before the events of ‘Avengers: Endgame.’Check out the full review here:
On January 20, a group of students and faculty recited Martin Luther King Jr.’s powerful “I Have a Dream” speech in the Champlain Ballroom. Professor Jim Ellefson facilitated the speech, which was part of Champlain’s week of learning and engagement in celebration of MLK. Continue reading →
Until February 27, the Champlain College Art Gallery will display A Link to the Past: Decades of Digital Gaming. The immersive exhibit includes gaming consoles (some of which are playable) and other artifacts, spanning several decades and platforms. Continue reading →
The Champlain College Art Gallery is currently exhibiting Pixel by Ann DeMarle, MFA and Professor Emerita. Pixel is a collection of DeMarle’s oil paintings and virtual paintings from the last 20 years, focusing on her most recent work, a collection of 6-inch square oil paintings. Continue reading →
Julia Swift, assistant professor of Filmmaking, travelled to New York City on Nov. 9 for the Netflix premiere of Noah Baumbach’s “Marriage Story” and The Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards (CCDA). A little more than a week later, she flew out to LA for the premiere of Fernando Meirelles’ “The Two Popes.” Swift brought along Champlain College alumni on both trips.