Tag Archives: Creative Media

CCM Students Conduct Research on Religious Studies

Public Relations major Ben Demars, Creative Media major Desiree Carpenter, and Graphic Design major Daniel Johansen were accepted to present their CORE class “The Secular and The Sacred” research projects at the University of Lethbridge Research in Religious Studies Conference.  Demars’ project, “The Secularization of the Buddha: How American Counterculture Co-Opted Zen Ideology,” focuses on Buddhist principles found in today’s […]

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PRSSA Chapter Reinstated at Champlain College

There is a lot of buzz lately among Public Relations majors in the Division of Communication and Creative Media at Champlain. After a five-year hiatus, the national Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) officially reinstated the Champlain College PRSSA chapter in January. The chapter proudly welcomes 16 new members into the nationally recognized, pre-professional organization: Brooke […]

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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 Major Pays Tribute To Late Senator Sally Fox

Jeremy Lee MacKenzie, filmmaker and Creative Media major at Champlain College, pays tribute to late Senator Sally Fox on the occasion of the dedication of the Sally Fox Conference Center in Waterbury on January 29, 2016. “Today I’m an artist and a Vermont filmmaker,” MacKenzie said, “but that wasn’t always the case.” Read full story in Seven […]

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CCM Students Visit ESPN

Six CCM students hopped in a van to Bristol, CT on December 1 for a day-long visit at ESPN, accompanied by Broadcast & Streaming Media faculty Keith Oppenheim, Career Services Advisor Kerry Hill, Director of Alumni Relations Hannah Campbell, and Program Director Nancy Kerr. This trip was a follow-up to ESPN’s Creative Services staff visit to Champlain College in October. Among the […]

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MFA Symposium: Heresis & Affordances

This fall, the MFA in Emergent Media candidates have been exploring emerging communication practices and processes, their associated technology platforms, and their potential for engagement and meaningful social change. Special attention has been given to the origins and evolution of media paradigms and their role as artists and designers creating within brand new paradigms. This […]

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Game Studio Senior Show 2016

Game Studio Seniors are developing nine games, representing a variety of genres, that are selected to be showcased at the Senior Game Show on April 29, 2016, in the Alumni Auditorium. The show is one of the College’s signature events. Game industry recruiters from all over the U.S. and Montreal attend to scout emerging talent. […]

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Game Design Graduates Recruited by Sony Bend

Thanks to their work in Champlain’s Senior Show (the capstone presentations of all the game seniors), two Game Design ’15 graduates were recruited by Chris Reese, Product Director to work for Sony Bend, a game studio dedicated to excellence and innovation. Carlos Gutierrez GDES ’15 Gutierrez’s “post-grad journey” started as a QA Tester at Vicarious Visions […]

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CCM Students Get First-Hand Look at Work in Their Fields

CCM students in  Video Storytelling and Streaming Media Production classes recently took trips to news stations and media houses, observing what it’s like to work in those fields Some students enrolled in a Video Storytelling class visited WCAX, Channel 3 in Burlington, to watch a live newscast. Students took a tour of the station and met up […]

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CCM Students Live-Streamed 12th Annual Rail Jam

As part of covering the 12th annual Rail Jam, a team of 13 CCM students made their first attempt at live-streaming the event using the cutting-edge Tricaster.  As an experiential learning exercise, instructor Keith Oppenheim and broadcast media students were challenged to conduct a first-ever live stream with a Tricaster: a box on wheels that can […]

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