While navigating pandemic restrictions, students in Gordon Glover’s Integrated Studio Foundations course collaborated to hang an exhibition of their iterative early semester work in the CCM Stair Nook Gallery.Continue reading
The 2020 showcaseis on view virtually and in-person at the CCM Art Gallery. The exhibit contains work from five master’s students, and utilizes mediums such as video, textiles, and digital and analog illustrations.Continue reading
The 2020 Creative Media Exhibition showcases the culminating work of multi-disciplinary artists in the Creative Media BFA—the graduating “CREMlins” of 2020. These art projects had been in process for months before the campus closed amidst the global pandemic. Faced with the challenge of proceeding without the tools, resources, and spaces on which they had depended, […]Continue reading
In a celestial-themed tribute, the Division of Communication and Creative Media livestreamed its 2020 Honors Night on April 16.
This was the first time the ceremony was produced for a virtual presentation because of the COVID-19 pandemic that mandated the departure of students from campus. Fifty students, recognized as Shining Stars in the CCM division, were honored as recipients of the Dean’s scholarships for returning students, the Excel Award for outstanding seniors, and other academic honors for the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters.
Over winter break, eight Champlain College students travelled to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to co-produce two short films, alongside local Saudi filmmakers as part of a one-credit travel embedded course. The students’ majors include Filmmaking, Broadcast Media Production, and Creative Media. Professors John Rasmussen, Julia Swift, and Van Dora Williams were faculty leaders of the trip. This was the first year the trip was offered, but Rasmussen says it certainly won’t be the last.
Al Larsen, Associate Professor and Program Director for the Creative Media BFA Program, recently took 32 Champlain College students on a bus trip to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) for the day. The majority of students were from three of Larsen’s Creative Media classes. Larsen said that although the art scene in Vermont is vibrant and thriving, it’s typically not as large-scale as the work displayed at MASS MoCA. Continue reading
Earlier this month, the 4th annual Juried Student Art Show took place in the CCM Gallery curated by Dana Heffern, Art Gallery Director. The show featured works in video, audio, 3-D model, photography, sculpture, graphic design, digital and manual painting, drawing, and illustration from students of many different majors. This year, there were 175 entries […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading