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We are looking for students from across campus to join us as we launch

IC STUDIO: Changing Our World, One Story at a Time

IC Studio is Ithaca College's new television program that explores topics related to social change from the perspectives of all the different majors and programs at Ithaca College. 

Join Park School students who will work with you to produce segments for IC Studio. Everyone benefits: you will learn about media production by working with Park students, and Park students will learn about your major while working with you.

And, as part of the yearlong project, Park faculty will teach 1-credit minicourses to help IC Studio participants work through the basics of story development, production and post production. 

No media production experience is necessary, but your desire to use the media to communicate what you learn at IC is definitely wanted! 

Depending on your interests, you could produce a comedy segment, documentary, news feature, performance segment, animation short, or just about any kind of segment for the show.  et your creativity flow!

Remember: IC Studio is open to all students and that means YOU!

So ...

Come to the IC Studio information session this Wednesday, October 7, at 6:00 p.m. in the Park School auditorium. We'll see you there and give you all the details!

If you have questions or want more information, contact Nancy Cornwell,



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