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Fast Forward Workshop

UNI will host “Fast Forward: Overtake the Competition,” an electronic media workshop that brings together academics and media professionals. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with workshops, lunch, discussion and speakers to follow. Interactive sessions will be offered in a variety of settings to help media students prepare for their first job. Industry experts will lead discussions on best practices in broadcast journalism and help attendees polish their broadcast and production skills.

Josh Bodnar: The Secrets of a Hollywood Editor

Emmy Award winning editor Josh Bodnar will walk the audience through the creative process of one of the most talked about main title sequences in recent history, "Dexter" on Showtime. From concept to completion learn how the Dexter main title was green lite with one single image; to watching never before seen edits rejected by the client. Connecting the common threads of his creative process through different mediums, art, advertising and entertainment, Bodnar will also speak about his experience working with John Malkovich on his short film "Butterflies." Step by step see how storyboards, visual effects, type design, picture editing, sound design and client relations all play a part in how an idea is visualized. Some ideas never see the light of day; some ideas become viral sensations. 

Interpreters Theatre: "Leftovers" and "Station to Station"

The UNI Interpreters Theatre presents two solo performances by guest artists Brianne Waychoff and Ben Powell. In Leftovers, Waychoff stitches together gleaned remnants from diverse sources: Jean François Millet’s painting, The Gleaners; her grandmother’s needlepoint rendering of the same work; and Agnès Varda’s 2000  film, The  Gleaners and I. In Station to Station, Powell performs a unique collage of texts, including a collection of letters between Powell’s grandfather and great-grandfather sent between 1935 and 1936, assembled histories of the U.S. Interstate System, an old mapping guidebook, and fragments of memories and music. 

Interpreters Theatre: "Leftovers" and "Station to Station"

The UNI Interpreters Theatre presents two solo performances by guest artists Brianne Waychoff and Ben Powell. In Leftovers, Waychoff stitches together gleaned remnants from diverse sources: Jean François Millet’s painting, The Gleaners; her grandmother’s needlepoint rendering of the same work; and Agnès Varda’s 2000  film, The  Gleaners and I. In Station to Station, Powell performs a unique collage of texts, including a collection of letters between Powell’s grandfather and great-grandfather sent between 1935 and 1936, assembled histories of the U.S. Interstate System, an old mapping guidebook, and fragments of memories and music. 

Camp Multimedia 2013

Camp Multimedia (CMM) promotes digital skills and project-based learning. The camp limit of 30 students ensures plenty of one-on-one instruction. Students create their own interactive, integrated media projects with guidance and demonstrations from our exceptional instructors and teaching assistants. Students leave CMM with a professional project, new friendships, and the confidence to continue creating. Individual areas of focus this year are scheduled to include Animation, Video Podcasting, Video Game Design and Advanced Video Game Design. Limited scholarships anticipated to be available. 

8:45 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. each day.

Ages: 12 - 15 (students going in to 6th grade through students leaving 9th grade)

Cost: $249 ($199 if paid by May 30)

UNI Interpreters Theatre: "Home Is Where Your Dog Is"

The UNI Interpreters Theatre presents "Home Is Where Your Dog Is," conceived, written and directed by Jorge De Leon. 

Although home is defined as a place where one lives, for many people the idea of “home” is nothing more than a distant memory and a metaphor for survival. According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, there were an estimated 643,067 people who experienced homelessness in the United States in 2011. Set in modern day urban United States, this show reveals the struggles of everyday life in the streets.  By examining the relationship between Rusty and his dog Chucks, we begin to explore what happens when the social world around us begins to deconstruct itself and perhaps, create a new definition of home.  

Admission is free but seating is limited. Tickets will be available first-come, first-served beginning at 6:30 p.m.; doors open at 7 p.m.

The UNI Interpreters Theatre: "Home Is Where Your Dog Is"

The UNI Interpreters Theatre presents "Home Is Where Your Dog Is," conceived, written and directed by Jorge De Leon. 

Although home is defined as a place where one lives, for many people the idea of “home” is nothing more than a distant memory and a metaphor for survival. According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, there were an estimated 643,067 people who experienced homelessness in the United States in 2011. Set in modern day urban United States, this show reveals the struggles of everyday life in the streets.  By examining the relationship between Rusty and his dog Chucks, we begin to explore what happens when the social world around us begins to deconstruct itself and perhaps, create a new definition of home.  

Admission is free but seating is limited. Tickets will be available first-come, first-served beginning at 6:30 p.m.; doors open at 7 p.m.

UNI Interpreters Theatre: "Home Is Where Your Dog Is"

The UNI Interpreters Theatre presents "Home Is Where Your Dog Is," conceived, written and directed by Jorge De Leon. 

Although home is defined as a place where one lives, for many people the idea of “home” is nothing more than a distant memory and a metaphor for survival. According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, there were an estimated 643,067 people who experienced homelessness in the United States in 2011. Set in modern day urban United States, this show reveals the struggles of everyday life in the streets.  By examining the relationship between Rusty and his dog Chucks, we begin to explore what happens when the social world around us begins to deconstruct itself and perhaps, create a new definition of home.  

Admission is free but seating is limited. Tickets will be available first-come, first-served beginning at 6:30 p.m.; doors open at 7 p.m.

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