A Complex Villainelle, an animated short by students and faculty from the UC Denver Digital Animation Center, garners many FESTIVAL AWARDS!»
The Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced that our own David Liban has won an Emmy® award ...
is going to air on the Documentary Channel on Mon. Nov 16th, at 9:00PM.
David Liban talks about his latest film
Mortal Lessons with the Documentary Channel
Carhenge: Genius or Junk will be airing on Australian television several times over the next year.
Moreland's article 21st Century Technology and Instruction in The Performing Arts will be published in International Journal of Arts and Science in the Fall 2010, and she its traveling to Germany, Gottenheim in November, 2010 presenting her topic The Future is Ours?.
Melissa Furness's drawings,
Contretemps, are published in the Manifest Creative Research Gallery's Internation Drawing Annual 4. The publication will be available for purchase on the Manifest Gallery website.
Furness's work, aberration-site, was exhibited at CoLAB Projects in New Orleans. The exhibition ran from November 7-28, 2009
Mary K. Connelly
Associate Professor and Visual Artist Mary K. Connelly's work,
Interiors, was exhibited at the Van Straaten Gallery, Denver, December 10, 2009 - January 16, 2010.
Sinae Lee's work will be exhibited in the Ceres Gallery, New York, from December 22-29. The opening reception for her exhibition,
Exposure, is scheduled for Saturday, December 26 from 3-5pm.
Student Ryan Longenecker has been selected to receive the NAMM (National Associate of Music Merchants) President's Innovation Award. This award will assist with his travel and accomodation at the 2010 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California. Longenecker also earned a travel grant from SPARs to attend the AES conference in New York.
Student Erick Thompson placed 3rd in the AES Student Recording Competition (Surround Non Classical category). A total of 110 students entered the competition held at the New York AES (Aurdio Engineering Society) Conference or October 11. Erick is a recipient of the Master of Science in Recording Arts degree from UC Denver, and earned the ARCS Foundation Scholarship ((Ashievement Rewards for College Scientists) in memory of Roy Pritts in 2008.
Alumni and singer songwriter Gann Matthews now living in New York, was back in Denver touring with his friend Michael Campbell The duo kicking off its newest tour schedule and will travel to Los Angeles, then hitting coast cities, and will end when the tour reaches Seattle.
Associate Professor and digital artist, Brian Delevie's exhibition on December 4 at the ARC gallery in Denver. He collaborated with artist Isshaela Ingham and created a video that will air on Madrid, Spain's, public broadcasting channel in November, 2009. http://www.expcinema.com/site/indes.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=702%3Anadatac-01&catid=1&Itemid=2&lang=en
The UCD 6 attended and competed in an A Cappella clinic and competition in late October 2009 hosted by
Mile High Vocal Jam, and won the Runner-Up prize. They placed over several collegiate a cappella groups, including ones from CU Boulder, DU and the Air Force Academy. There were 5 large high school groups also competing, and all were just buzzing over the UCD 6; they even asked them for autographs!
David Bondelevitch, who teaches Recording Arts in the College of Arts and Medias Music & Entertainment Industry Studies Program, recently produced and hosted an event in Los Angeles for the Cinema Audio Society. He is currently Vice President of the organization...
Superb directing of a powerful, thought-provoking scene from Neil LaButes provocative play, The Distance From Here has turned a College of Arts & Media Theatre, Film & Video Production senior student at the University of Colorado Denver into a Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival region winner.
Felicia Marti will be honored...
Coleman, a senior in computer animation, as one of two student winners of Colorado Leadership Alliances 2009 Student Leader of the Year, presented by the Boettcher Foundation and the Colorado Leadership Alliance...
The 2009 Harmony Sweepstakes Audition Committee announced on February 2 that our own UDC 7 is one of the finalists in this year's
Rocky Mountain Harmony Sweepstakes Festival! The UCD 7 will compete on March 21 for the Rocky Mountain Championship held this year in the King Center Concert Hall on the Auraria Campus!
Assistant Professor and multimedia artist
Bryan Leister's latest film
drop is an official selection for the 15th Annual Sedona International Film Festival, Feb. 24 - March 1, 2009...
Assistant Professor and filmmaker
Hans Rosenwinkel has come face to face with mountain lions, evaded menacing snakes and dangled out of helicopters to film for
National Geographic's for PBS's
Wild Chronicles series. This time he's up close and personal with the micro world of harvester ants...
Assistant Professor of Sculpture Rian Kerrane presented her sculptures at the Trumpet Studio in New Orleans November 1, 2008 - January 18, 2009.
Craig Volk's original television series,
Good Grief, airs on Monday, January 26 at 10pm and runs every night at that time for 5 consecutive days and returns for the final two episodes on February 2nd and 3rd at 10pm.
Rocky Mountain PBS, Channel 6, Denver...
THEATRE STUDENT FELICIA MARTI HAS BEEN ACCEPTED TO THE KCACTF REGION 7's SSCD Student Directing Showcase!
Theatre, Film and Video Department is an active participant in the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF). In the past four years, the department's productions have been awarded over
15 Awards of Merit in the areas of acting, directing, design, production, and playwriting. The productions of
The Shape of Things, and
The Glass Menagerie received Special Merit awards and the production of
Antigone, directed by Professor Laura Cuetara. Antigone cast and crew were invited to and participated in 2005's regional competition in Ashland, Oregon.