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VES FILM/VIDEO AND
ANIMATION SCREENINGS

Thursday, April 30, 1:00 pm
Friday, May 1, 7:00 pm
Saturday, May 2, 7:00 pm
Carpenter Center Lecture Hall

   

March 2015: Annette Lemieux at Kent Fine Art

Everybody Wants to be a Catchy Tune, an exhibition of work by Annette Lemieux, opens on March 26 at Kent Fine Art Gallery in New York. The show is on view through May 16.

Annette Lemieux, Everybody Wants to Be a Catchy Tune

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VES OPEN STUDIOS

Friday, May 1
5:00-7:00 pm
Carpenter Center, all floors

 

   

January 2015: VES alum Damien Chazelle '07 nominated for Oscar

Whiplash, a film by VES alum Damien Chazelle AB '07, received an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture. Chazelle was also nominated for his screenplay in the Writing (Adapted Screenplay) category.

Whiplash release poster

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VES THESIS EXHIBITION

May 1-28, 2015
Carpenter Center, Levels 1 + 3

Opening Reception
Friday, May 1, 5:30-6:30 pm

   

January 2015: Ross McElwee to participate in Sundance Art of Film series

The 2015 Sundance Film Festival will take an unprecedented look at the art and craft of filmmaking with its new Art of Film Weekend series. Professor Ross McElwee and Sam Green will discuss nonfiction filmmaking on the panel The Doc Art Mix Tape. Read about the series and see the full list of panels and participants on the Sundance Institute's website.

Ross McElwee, Bright Leaves

       

January 2015: Visiting Lecturer Halsey Rodman at Kansas Gallery

Triple Trouble, a solo exhibition of new work by visiting lecturer Halsey Rodman, opens at KANSAS in New York on January 10. Among the works in the exhibition is a group of 47 gouache drawings, Cave System or Ear Canal, made over the past three years.

Halsey Rodman, Gradually/We Became Aware/Of A Hum in the Room

           
           
           
           
           
           


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