Winter Festival of Communication and The Arts

The Division of Communication and the Arts at AIC is proud to present a week of virtual events designed to highlight student work during the Winter Festival of Communication and the Arts. Themed events are planned each day beginning November 30 through December 4, 2020. The name for the fête is a nod to a long-standing annual event at the college entitled Winter Festival of the Arts that lowered the curtain thirty years ago.

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2020

Student Festival of Short Films

The Festival begins with a series of brief productions created by students in Instructor and Technology Coordinator of Communication Marty Langford’s video production course.

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2020

Meet the Communication and the Arts Faculty

Join us for a pre-recorded showcase of the full-time faculty from the Division of Communication and the Arts. Instructors will discuss program offerings and provide a tour of academic spaces including the 500-seat Esther B. Griswold Theatre, the West Wing Gallery, along with class- and workrooms associated with Communication and the Arts in the School of Business, Arts and Sciences.

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2020

The Lux

Hear from the students of public speaking and literature courses as they share personal narratives and original Haiku poetry.

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2020

Express Yourself

Explore a selection of student-curated virtual museums featuring painting, sculpture, photography, and graphic design works created under the tutelage of Kat Lombard-Cook, MFA, PhD, visiting assistant professor of communications, and John Nordell, MEd, assistant professor of communications.

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2020

Eurydice

Eurydice, the 2003 play by Sarah Ruhl, offers a contemporary retelling of the myth of Orpheus from the perspective of Eurydice, his wife. The virtual production will be performed live. The play will be produced with technology that includes set design and allows actors to remain in a green room until they seamlessly appear “on stage.”

 

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