Ian Frisch ’09 returned to Champlain College this week to present a reading from his new book “Magic is Dead: My Journey into the World’s Most Secretive Society of Magicians.” The book is nonfiction and details Frisch’s journeys with the most exclusive club of young magicians, the52, and how they are revolutionizing the world’s perceptions […]Continue reading
The Champlain College Center for Publishing and the Professional Writing Program have teamed up to host the Senior Series, in which senior students in the Professional Writing Program showcase works they have created during their time at Champlain. The first student reading, on Feb. 2, featured short stories written by Zach Paulsen, Maina Chen, and […]Continue reading
Several faculty members read from their work to an audience of other faculty and students from the Professional Writing program and other programs on Friday, Jan. 19. Students heard the writings of Kel Bachus, assistant professor of Game Design, Rachel Carter, Professional Writing adjunct, Brian Murphy, Core Division assistant professor and Jericho Parms, Professional Writing […]Continue reading
Students in Kim MacQueen’s magazine publishing class worked together to create and publish a healthy lifestyle magazine called The Well. MacQueen designed and taught the class, encouraging her students to create this wellness magazine, including its content, design and layout. During winter break, students continued to work on the magazine, finishing the details in order to publish […]Continue reading
A retrospective of John R. Killacky’s videos will be on view Jan. 19 through Feb. 16, 2018 at the Champlain College Art Gallery. Killacky, executive director of the Flynn Center, has made numerous films and videos in his hybrid career.
The opening reception with the artist will be Friday, Jan. 26 at 5 p.m. Included will be three AIDS-related works from the ‘90s, three disability-themed pieces from the 2000’s and two recent video collaborations with Vermont artists; Todd R. Lockwood and Art Bell.
The Champlain College Center for Publishing and the Champlain College Art Gallery collaborated to produce an Artist’s Catalog for this exhibit, and Professional Writing Student Lenny Farrell ’18 interviewed Killacky about the show.
This Friday, Jan. 19, the Champlain College Center for Publishing (CFP) will team up with the Professional Writing Program to host a Faculty Reading night. At 6 p.m. in the Perry Presentation Room, professors Kel Bachus, Rachel Carter, Brian Murphy and Jericho Parms will read from their work. This first reading night will kick off Champlain’s […]Continue reading
Weathervane is the official digital magazine of the Division of Communication and Creative Media, fully produced by students and faculty under the direction of Kim MacQueen, Managing Editor of the Center For Publishing and CCM Dean Paula Willoquet-Maricondi. Weathervane features news stories and profiles showcasing CCM students, faculty, and alumni. It celebrates the talent and achievements of the CCM Division […]Continue reading