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New Media Capstone launch event
Selected New Media seniors present their culminating projects in Donald P. Corbett on Tuesday 26 April


Tuesday 26 April 2005

Poster presentations
Donald P. Corbett Atrium
6-7:30 pm
New Media seniors with laptops on tables present their projects to interested passersby.

Panel discussions
Donald P. Corbett rm 115
7:30-8:30 pm
New Media seniors present and discuss their work in a series of brief panel discussions. Topics range from interactive installations to community comics to the capstone process itself.


Most seniors will tell you that a capstone was the hardest--yet potentially most rewarding--experience of their New Media major. This event features a selection of outstanding capstones from the latest crop of New Media graduates.

Browse projects on laptops in the main atrium or sit in on panel discussions that reveal the capstone process and hint at the next generation of new media practitioners.


ABOVE: Charles McDougal, Charlie's Garry's Mod Mod (2005), still from Half-Life2 Mod.
Posted 2005-04-13 14:37:47 by Jon Ippolito
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Great event! [Jon Ippolito, 2005-08-13 17:43:20]

I thought this was a really illuminating night, with lots of relationships explored between parallel projects by U-Me students.


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