CAM is a community of incredible students, educators, leaders, alumni, and creators who contribute to a world made better through creativity, art, design, and technology. This is true no matter the circumstances. Our students and faculty have inspired many as we quickly transitioned our campus community to online platforms. One thing is certain: CAM continues to thrive virtually and in spirit!
Have you heard about Make4Covid? 3D Graphics & Animation faculty Howard Cook joins a home workforce of Colorado makers, engineers, designers, and artists by turning on his home 3D printer and making the plastic components to medical face shields. He's enlisting students and faculty, and showing that everyone has something to contribute. Read more about the campus wide effort in CU Denver News.
Recording Arts instructor, Cory Cullinan had some time at home with his family this week. He got creative (like CAM faculty are known to do) and did some "stay-at-home" recording with fam.
Hollywood pros Jason Roberts & Korey Pollard, known for work on projects such as Jurassic World, Empire, American Crime Story, and Nashville, "zoom" into a Film & Television Senior Thesis class. Eric Jewett, Film & Television faculty and a Hollywood vet, doesn't let a stay-at-home order keep him from providing industry connections and networking opportunities to his students.
CU Denver and Music & Entertainment Industry students, faculty, and alums are tearing up the the airwaves. Rock out (or chill out) to this CAM playlist to get through the work (from home) day!
CAM quickly and efficiently transitioned on-campus courses to online platforms in a matter of days. Recording Arts professor Sam McGuire provides a great example of how a class normally conducted in our recording core can reach students at home.
Senior filmmakers Andi and Nicole virtually share updates on their short film, Orbit. Orbit, a collaborative project between Film & Television and Music & Entertainment Industry Studies students is a recipient of the Dean's Student Innovation Award. Follow the production and the crew on Instagram: @orbitmovie.
So much talent radiating from the MEIS community of musicians! Alum Payden Widner '15 enlisted current and former students to create a very special cover of “Helplessness Blues” by Fleet Foxes– bringing the MEIS community together from afar.
Stephen Schaff hosted a "Virtual Pajama Party" with his Digital Design class! Stephen is also the faculty leader of CAM Creative, so if you need to hire a student-run, full-service creative agency–look no further!
Need some virtual CAMpanionship? Hop on the Facebook group and watch student and alumni music performances each Friday! ALL CAM students are welcome!
In unprecedented times, Digital Animation Center (DAC) staff rises to the challenge. Chris Lemon '13, DAC Lab Manager, implemented solutions allowing students to remotely access the high-powered machines in the lab along with the various industry software needed to complete their extremely specialized creative work.
Guitar Performance professor Paul Musso plays for the people from his living room. Thanks for the treat, Paul!
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