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Douglas Premieres “Of Gavin” at Penny Cluse

Jordan Douglas will be premiering a new photo exhibit this month, titled “Of Gavin” at the popular Penny Cluse Cafe in downtown Burlington. The photographs are an examination of his late brother’s life through the objects that defined their childhoods. Douglas teaches black and white photography in the Division of Communication and Creative Media. After […]

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Keith Oppenheim Debuts “Noyana” Documentary

Associate Professor Keith Oppenheim’s new documentary is about a nontraditional choir—the Noyana Singers—who you won’t find performing in the local church. The choir sings to terminally-ill residents at Respite House, Colchester’s hospice house.

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Burlington Free Press and Champlain Present Opioid Crisis Talk

The Burlington Free Press held a community discussion about the opioid crisis during a community event at the Champlain College campus on December 5. Champlain’s Media Services department, The Event Center and some Broadcast Media Production students provided additional support for the live stream program. Ryan Mercer, a photojournalist with The Free Press, contacted Broadcast […]

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MISOO FILAN: Inner Struggle Fought on Paper

Inner Struggle Fought on Paper is a continuing series of work by artist Misoo Filan. Through the use of Yupo paper, ink and pencil, Filan creates deeply affecting art pieces that stem from her tragic life experiences and demonstrates a poignant, self reflective manifestation of internal emotional conflict. Filan will hold residency in the Champlain […]

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Weather Warlock Performs at Sundown

Al Larsen, director of the Creative Media program in the Division of Communication and Creative Media, is working to bring Weather Warlock, a live music event, to Champlain College as part of Feverish World, a 3-day symposium and art event taking place at UVM and various locations downtown. Weather Warlock will be performing on the patio adjacent to the Champlain […]

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Summer Rain – art show by Al Larsen

Creative Media BFA Program Director Al Larsen debuts (Some of That) Summer Rain (May Actually Get You) a show of fabric banners at The Arm Letterpress, Brooklyn NY.  The eight cotton banners – roughly 4 feet by 7 feet each –  are created using the cyanotype process, an early photographic method that yields a deep blue tone […]

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Honors Night Celebrates Stellar CCM Students

Champlain College’s Division of Communication and Creative Media (CCM) celebrated the success of its stellar students during a celestial-themed Honors Night held Thursday, April 19. The annual event honored 40 students representing ten of the academic programs who were recognized for their outstanding academic achievement, creativity and significant contributions to their programs, the division or […]

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U.S. Premiere of Glossary of Broken Dreams

The Division of Communication and Creative Media’s  Filmmaking and Creative Media programs presents the U.S. premiere of “Glossary of Broken Dreams” by award-winning Austrian artist, filmmaker, writer, actor, curator, theatre director, and lecturer Johannes Grenzfurthner.  The public screening of “Glossary of Broken Dreams” will be followed by a filmmaker Q&A on Wed. April 11, at […]

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International Mother Language Day Speaker: Maung Nyeu

Champlain College is excited to host Maung Nyeu, founder of Our Golden Hour. Nyeu is an ethnic Marma from the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. He grew up under threat of genocide and ethnic cleansing, but is now completing his PhD at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Nyeu has founded three schools, where indigenous children are educated […]

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Senior Series Showcase Student Writing

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 […]

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