By Samuel Yakubowski and Cole Finnecy Professor Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling class interviewed students on campus about Brexit. Their efforts reveal the lack of knowledge surrounding the intricacies of Brexit and the European Union (EU).
Videographer/Photographer/Editor: Sarah Jurgielewicz At Museum Dia: Beacon in Beacon, NY Jurgielewicz photographed images of street photography through various colors which juxtaposed the traditional route of black and white street photography. For more information, check out sarahjurgielewicz.com.
Chocolate Macarons by Roy Cohen Video by Erica Ascher Mad for Macarons from The Little Rebellion on Vimeo. Ingredients: Macarons: 212g almond flour (between 1 and ¾ cups) 184g powdered sugar (About ¾ Cups) 28g unsweetened cocoa powder (just under ¼ cups) 82g (for dry mix) egg […]
Filmed and Edited by Bryce Eckwall Performance by Alexis Azadian Music by Patrick Jetter Professor Howard Good – Being Digital Fall 2016
All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace from Jamie Fandl on Vimeo. Poem by Richard Brautigan Music: “Industrial Music Box” by Kaven Macleod Special thanks to Jillian Tanda (and Safety Man, the mannequin) Professor Howard Good – Being Digital Fall 2016