Colby-Sawyer College to Showcase Students' Videos
NEW LONDON, N.H. The Colby-Sawyer Communication Studies Department will present a Fall Video Showcase to screen videos produced by students in its Video I and II courses.
The screening will take place Thursday, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m. in the Sawyer Center Theatre. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.
The screening is a mix of beginner and more advanced videos all produced by Colby-Sawyer students and consists of fiction (narratives), documentaries, and experimental films. The videos were shot in a variety of locations, from residence hall rooms on campus to Boston during the Red Sox celebration parade.
These videos will offer a sampling of the remarkable breadth of experience and creative talents of our students, said David Reed, assistant professor in the Communication Studies Program, part of Colby-Sawyer's Humanities Department.
The films' subjects vary widely and include reminiscing at a country cottage, celebrating with Red Sox Nation, meeting a man who modifies cars, and getting to know an award-winning equestrian.
Twenty-four students from the video classes will serve as hosts through the evening of entertaining and informative videos.
To learn about other Colby-Sawyer College events visit: www.colby-sawyer.edu/events.
-Amber Cronin '11
Amber Cronin is a Colby-Sawyer College student who writes for College Communications.
Colby-Sawyer, founded in 1837, is a comprehensive liberal arts college located in the scenic Lake Sunapee Region of central New Hampshire. Students from 40 states and 11 foreign countries learn in small classes through a select array of programs that integrate the liberal arts and sciences with pre-professional experience. Visit us on the World Wide Web at www.colby-sawyer.edu.
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