Death by Doorknob. Come see the unique films inspired by The Park School tradition. The annual Golden Doorknob Screening and Awards Presentation is set for Friday, April 29 at 7 p.m. in the Park Auditorium. First place film wins $2,000.
Students can spend the summer in Korea, taking two unique courses: "Cross-Cultural Documentary Research & Production" and "Seminar: Media Industry in Korea."
This is the six year Prof. Changhee Chun has led this collaboration with the Hanyang International Summer School (HISS). Ithaca College students will take theses courses with Hanyang University students and other students from around the world in order to maximize cultural exchange.
Professor Muellner was interviewed in The Guardian's weekly column, My Best Shot, in which a contemporary photographer talks about a single image selected by the paper's arts editors. This story appeared online and in the February 17th print edition of the UK based international daily.
Professor Janice Levy, who is on sabbatical leave from the Department of Cinema, Photography and Media Arts, and teaching at Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University (PNU) in Riyadh, will present “A Photographic Journey” Sunday night, February 20, at the Embassy of Sweden in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In her presentation, Professor Levy will talk about her first semester teaching at PNU. She will share her first photographic impressions of Saudi Arabia, the work produced by her students, plans and projects for the future, and the challenges and rewards of teaching photography as an interdisciplinary medium.
A selection of photographs from by CPMA Professor Ron Jude's emmett project are featured in the most recent edition of Stone Canoe. An exhibition of this work has been installed at XL Projects Gallery in Syracuse to commemorate the journal's launch, with an opening reception on Saturday, February 12th from 5 - 8 pm.