The department’s motion design class allows students to obtain the introductory skill set needed to explore issues of rhythm, space and time animation, and sound and video in motion design. Students also learn different types of movement, keyframe editing and interpolation, masking, effects, basic sound editing, and storyboarding for motion. The class also has a blog showing
Check out the following link to access video from our guest speaker, former ambassador of China, J. Stapleton Roy. Speaker focuses on China’s rapid growth – News – The Panther – Chapman University’s Student-Run Newspaper
Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences presents, the new Spring 2012 edition of the Wilkinson Review. The Wilkinson Review Offers a glimpse of exciting work our faculty in the new Wilkinson College are doing, as well as highlighting Wilkinson alumni. We thank all of those who contributed! To access it online click here.
The Guggenheim Gallery presents, Fanatical Mechanical February 6-March 9 FanaticalMechanical showcases the Photo-Lettering archives and typefaces from one of theleading type foundries and design studios in America, House Industries.Photo-Lettering or PLINC was one of the earliest and most successful typehouses to utilize photo technology in the production of commercial typographyand lettering. Numerous artifacts chronicling PLINC’s
We hope everyone had an amazing break and a happy 2012 New Year!Interterm has begun and therefore the blog has started up again as well. Because of the break we will have a good number of posts coming through so don’t hesitate to check the blog a little more often than usual this week.
The Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences 2011-2012 Series presents, “A Night with…Caesar” on Thursday, April 12th at 7:00 PM in the Wallace All Faiths Chapel. Julius Caesar was perhaps the most fascinating and controversial personality of western antiquity. Pacifier of Gaul, military genius, and political revolutionary, Caesar, with undeniable aspirations of dictatorship, presided
Faculty members, Stephen Berens and Micol Hebron, are participating in “Immaterial and Proposals” which is a reading of artworks that exist in description only and is Inspired by the Artist’s Project in the new winter issue, the editors of X-TRA. The evening’s readings will be a mix of historical and contemporary works: outlined ideas and proposals for imagined
Graphic Design Club’s annual Sweet Exchange is an event where members of the club and art faculty bring and share baked goods that have a special meaning to them. Last night was the Sweet Exchange for Winter 2011 and not only did people enjoy delicious treats brought by their peers, but there was a white
Dr. Wendy Salmond, full time art professor, took part in the 43rd Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies in Washington DC. The convention took place from November 17-20. She was a discussant on the panel “Invoking Divine Authority: Russian Icon as Art and Symbol,” as well as a participant
You’reinvited to the Wilkinson College Alumni Book Club: JaneAusten’s Northanger Abbey. In Northanger Abbey Jane Austenparodies the Gothic novels of the 1790s that were best sellers in her youth.Northanger Abbey was the fi rst of Jane Austen’s novels to be completed forpublishing and references The Mysteries of Udolpho, a novel by Gothic writerAnne Radcliffe. The