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Visual Communication Design Capstone Exhibition 2021

In their fourth year, Visual Communication Design students create their senior Capstone project—a culmination of their education focused on integrative thinking and design problem-solving. Students move from making simple connections within Visual Communication Design to considering more complex ideas derived from diverse sets of data and research that include social, ethical, and cultural contexts.

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Visual Communication Design 2019 Capstone

Visual Communication Design seniors in the Division of Communication and Creative Media presented their capstone projects to a packed house in the Champlain College Art Gallery on Dec. 9. The semester-long process involved 31 students asking a question and doing research, before presenting their findings in a visual format. Continue reading

Game Studio Seniors Present Capstone Games

On November 25, game studio seniors presented the 23 capstone games that they’ve been working on for the past semester with their teams. A panel of game professors selected 8 games to move forward to next semester. Students who worked on the games that have been cut will join the teams that moved forward. Next semester, the 8 teams will present their polished games.

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Graphic Design and Digital Media Capstone Video

Graphic Design and Digital Media Seniors showcase their Capstone projects in the CCM Art Gallery, and discuss the impact of a Champlain education on their career preparation. Watch the Capstone Video “My Capstone project helps people who are struggling with their own happiness redefine happiness in a more individual way,” says MacKenzie Pitcher. “I think the most important lesson I […]

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CCM Division Year End Student Showcase and Exhibitions

The 2015 CCM year-end student showcase features senior exhibitions, capstone presentations, thesis show, and interactive presentations at the Champlain Ethan Allen Center on Main Street from April 27-May 15.    April 27 – May 9: Student Capstone Group Show The show will feature Capstone projects from the Game Studio, Graphic Design, Creative Media, and Filmmaking programs. Artist Reception, […]

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CCM Presents Senior and Thesis Exhibition

The Division of Communication and Creative Media  presents an exhibition of Senior and MFA thesis projects by the graduating class of 2015. This exhibition transforms Champlain College’s Ethan Allen Center into a pop-up museum featuring capstone and thesis projects by CCM’s creative majors, including Creative Media, Graphic Design and Digital Media, Filmmaking, Professional Writing, MFA in Emergent Media, […]

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Professional Writing Major Discusses Exhibit on VPR Art Hounds

Amanda Schroth, Professional Writing major and photographer, discussed her senior capstone project, Postcards Never Sent, on VPR Art Hounds earlier this week. Schroth’s capstone started as an assignment for her photography class. She had a falling-out with one of her close friends, found a postcard reflecting what she wanted to say, and combined it with […]

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Postcards Never Sent: A Senior Capstone

Professional Writing Major, Amanda Schroth, will present her Senior Capstone project, Postcards Never Sent, on Saturday, April 4 at 6:30 pm at Maglianero Cafe. Postcards Never Sent  features the “secrets” of anonymous submitters paired with Schroth’s original photographs. The project aims to provide participants with the opportunity to say what they always wanted to say […]

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Call For Submissions: An Opportunity to Say the Things You’ve Never Said

Professional Writing Major, Amanda Schroth, is giving Champlain College and Burlington residents the opportunity to say what they’ve never had the courage to say in her capstone project, “Postcards Never Sent.” Schroth’s aim is to capture the secrets and confessions of Burlington residents in a series of postcards. Schroth’s project, combining her photography and the secret words […]

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