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Summer Camp: Digital Storytelling

Logistics: $75.00 registration fee includes camp programming and computer lab access.

Explore the power of technology to communicate and tell stories. Digital storytelling requires mastery of technical design skills and the development of interesting narratives. The camp begins with sessions on Adobe Photoshop and iMovie basics then transitions into time to create, at your own pace, your own original narrative story master project. Previous campers have created comic books, animated shorts, card games and more.

Summer Camp: Digital Storytelling

Logistics: $75.00 registration fee includes camp programming and computer lab access.

Explore the power of technology to communicate and tell stories. Digital storytelling requires mastery of technical design skills and the development of interesting narratives. The camp begins with sessions on Adobe Photoshop and iMovie basics then transitions into time to create, at your own pace, your own original narrative story master project. Previous campers have created comic books, animated shorts, card games and more.

Summer Camp: Digital Storytelling

Logistics: $75.00 registration fee includes camp programming and computer lab access.

Explore the power of technology to communicate and tell stories. Digital storytelling requires mastery of technical design skills and the development of interesting narratives. The camp begins with sessions on Adobe Photoshop and iMovie basics then transitions into time to create, at your own pace, your own original narrative story master project. Previous campers have created comic books, animated shorts, card games and more.

Summer Camp: Digital Storytelling

Logistics: $75.00 registration fee includes camp programming and computer lab access.

Explore the power of technology to communicate and tell stories. Digital storytelling requires mastery of technical design skills and the development of interesting narratives. The camp begins with sessions on Adobe Photoshop and iMovie basics then transitions into time to create, at your own pace, your own original narrative story master project. Previous campers have created comic books, animated shorts, card games and more.

Summer Camp: Digital Storytelling

Logistics: $75.00 registration fee includes camp programming and computer lab access.

Explore the power of technology to communicate and tell stories. Digital storytelling requires mastery of technical design skills and the development of interesting narratives. The camp begins with sessions on Adobe Photoshop and iMovie basics then transitions into time to create, at your own pace, your own original narrative story master project. Previous campers have created comic books, animated shorts, card games and more.

Electronic Media Showcase and Senior Celebration

Join us for the Electronic Media Showcase and Senior Celebration. See creative, innovative and thought-provoking digital media projects from students in Electronic Media Production and Media Leadership. 

Electronic Media Showcase: 3:30-7 p.m. Display monitors in Lang Hall will screen the best of digital video from Introduction to Electronic Production, UNI-TV, Documentary, Short Film and Media Leadership courses. Pizza will be provided immediately before the Senior Celebration.

Senior Celebration: 7-8:30 p.m.  An evening of to celebrate the achievements of electronic media seniors. A competitive screening of creative works by graduating seniors, followed by awards given by the faculty and audience.

"Love is a Verb" Film Screening and Producer Talk

"Love is a Verb," the award-winning 2014 film by Terry Spencer Hesser and narrated by Ashley Judd, will be screened. 

The film examines peacebuilding in a world of conflict, and the social movement of Sufi inspired Sunni Muslims that began in Turkey in the 1960s and now reaches across the globe. The group is called Hizmet, the Turkish word for service, or The Gulen Movement after its inspiration, leader and teacher Fethullah Gulen, a man that Time Magazine named as one of the most influential leaders in the world in 2013.

The screening and talk is sponsored by the Niagara Foundation and the Turkish Student Association of UNI.

Q&A with Sean Lewis

Sean Christopher Lewis is the artistic director of Working Group Theatre and  winner of the 2013 Rick Graf Award from the Human Rights Commission. His previous monologues and plays have won the Kennedy Center’s Rosa Parks Award, the National New Play Network Smith Prize, the NEA Voices in Community Award, the Barrymore Award, the Central Ohio Critic Circle Award and more. His plays have been performed at major theaters, colleges, prisons, detention centers and living rooms in the United States, Canada, East Africa and Europe.

He can be heard as a contributor to NPR’S “This American Life,” and his work has appeared in the New York Times, Huffington Post and numerous literary journals.

Sean Lewis will perform "Dogs of Rwanda" in the Interpreters Theatre March 26 and 27.

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