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Artist-in-Residence Geebo Church Profiled in Seven Days

ARTIST PROFILE: PAINTER GEEBO CHURCH By SADIE WILLIAMS Swirling golden hay bales and textural blue skies pop against a cadmium-red wall at Champlain College. That color, in the small, second-floor art gallery, was chosen especially for Geebo Church‘s exhibition of impasto landscapes. In the middle of the room, a table holds sketchbooks filled with his meticulous notes. Thematically, […]

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CCM Faculty Featured in Series of Exhibitions

Creative Media Program Director Al Larsen was featured in O P E N, a series of exhibitions at Johnson State College‘s Julian Scott Memorial Gallery. The theme of the series is art as “public and pedestrian sensorial experience in space and time.” Larsen’s piece, “Rehearsals for an Unfinished Moment,” is a multimedia environment on themes of embodiment […]

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CCM and Generator Host Radical Game Designer

Seven Days reviews game designer Paolo Pedercini’s talk held at Champlain College on January 21, the third event in Generator’s Big Maker Series, co-sponsored by the CCM Division. Pedercini’s “Radical Games” are in exhibit in the CCM Art Gallery until February 6. Big Maker Introduces Game Designer Paolo Pedercini SADIE WILLIAMS, Seven Days, Friday January 22. The event […]

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Paolo Pedercini: Radical Games Exhibition

From gun control to religious hypocrisy, Italian-born artist-activist Paolo Pedercini creates art video games that confront some of the most difficult and controversial issues of our times. This exhibition includes five games produced by Pedercini under his project name, Molleindustria, and features the debut of Nova Alea, a new sim-city inspired commentary on urban planning. […]

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Matt LaRocca: Arctic Voices Exhibition

Champlain faculty Matt LaRocca recorded his expeditionary residency to the high arctic with Arctic Voices, an immersive multi-media exhibition featuring an orchestral symphony LaRocca composed in response to the “otherworldly environment.” Accompanying the symphony is LaRocca’s photographic journal of his exploration of the remote archipelago Svalbard aboard the sailing ship Antigua. Arctic Voices, performed by […]

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Acclaimed Animator and Designer Visits Champlain

Miwa Matreyek, internationally acclaimed animator, designer, and multimedia artist, is visiting Champlain to discuss her process for creating multimedia artworks incorporating animation, interaction design, music, and live performance on Tuesday, April 14 at 7:00 p.m. Matreyek received her MFA (2007) in Experimental Animation and Integrated Media at the California Institute of the Arts. She is […]

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Game Art Alumnus Writes Article for Gamasutra

Game Art alumnus, Auston Montville, recently published an article in Gamasutra, a major game publication, that discusses the approach he and his team took to the Point-and-Click Adventure, Starr Mazer. Removing the Bottleneck: A Dynamic Event System for Starr Mazer discusses the toolset that Auston and his team created in order to allow the artist and writer to “implement content […]

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Light Fall Installation by Alumnus Craig Winslow

Graphic Design Alumnus, Craig Winslow, documents Light Fall, an abstract projection sculpture installation he created while completing an Artist Residency at Champlain College. The sculpture was specifically designed over the course of three weeks for a unique space on campus. Craig Winslow designs immersive experiences and products that bridge the digital/physical world through a diverse array […]

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Alumnus Unveils New Installation

Artist-in-Residence, Craig Winslow, will unveil his new installation, “Falling Light,” on Thursday, November 13 at 6:00pm in the IDX Student Life Center’s Fireside Lounge at Champlain College. Please join us for a reception and presentation by Winslow about his experience creating this new, spectacular artwork, as well as his previous work incorporating 3D design, interactive […]

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