Husband-and-wife team Andrew McClellan and Kelsey Dalton McClellan met as undergraduates in the College of Arts & Media at the University of Colorado Denver and, together, launched their Chicago-based business Heart & Bone Signs roughly 10 years ago.
"My internship has given me the confidence that I can make a living out here and it filled in some gaps about the film industry that I did not learn while in a classroom setting,” says Ashley Vaughn. Vaughn is interested in editing and post-production and has had the chance to meet with and work for film professionals doing just that.
“Dan will bring significant expertise and experience within the country music genre, given that he has lived and operated a publishing company in Nashville for many years,” explains Sean McGowan, chair of MEIS.
MovieMaker Magazine highlighted CU Denver’s unique film program which offers students a chance at both Hollywood and Bollywood on-site industry experience. Other distinctions included a production-based curriculum and the University's "reasonable" tuition.
(CUConnections)––“Pin-Up Grrrls: Feminism, Sexuality, Popular Culture” and “Punkademics: The Basement Show in the Ivory Tower” may not sound like conventional book titles in the world of academia, but then Maria Elena Buszek isn’t a conventional academic.
(Denver Post)–– Trine Bumiller is the most intimate sort of landscape painter. She captures the vastness of the Western terrain in oil, but she does it tree by tree, bough by bough, twig by twig. The exhibition, "Garden of Eden" is on display at the Emmanuel Art Gallery through August 6.
Students of Whistling Woods International (WWI) and CU Denver's College of Arts & Media (CAM) are set to receive increased international exposure and academic opportunities as the institutions announced a collaboration between their film departments.
(Westword)–– Wildermiss credits their start at CU Denver and in Music & Entertainment Industry Studies to giving them the tools and chops to make it as a nationally-known act. That's the reason they are coming back to campus to talk and play for LYNX Camp––to give back to students who want to pursue the arts.