For Show-Me Chefs producers, eating local is ‘a celebration of who we are.’
Media, journalism and film and electronic arts students received recognition for writing, sound design and multiple categories of video in the 2017 Festival of Media Arts.
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Join the departments of media, journalism and film and theatre and dance for a free screening of new documentary “Remembering the Normal Heart Controversy.” A Q-and-A session with the filmmakers will follow.
Three Missouri State faculty members have developed a living archive of testimonials and oral histories of the African American experience in the Ozarks: The Journey Continues.
Lucie Amberg, a Missouri State new media specialist, per course faculty member and graduate student pursuing a Master of Science and Administrative Studies degree, recently wrote a successful grant application to the Missouri Humanities Council for an interdisciplinary, multimedia project
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Dr. Andy Cline set out to write a book about the changing landscape of urban communities — particularly the mass migration of suburban residents to more central neighborhoods within walking distance of commerce. That idea evolved into a full-length documentary
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Filmmakers and screen actors often rely on each other to make a production work. This symbiotic relationship is driving a growing collaboration between Missouri State’s department of media, journalism and film, and department of theatre and dance. Overlap in theatre …
The electronic arts program will be showcased at the Nov. 18 Bears in the Know luncheon. This luncheon will go in-depth about the creativeness and diligence of this award-winning department, with presentations from the following speakers: Mark Biggs, associate professor and …
“Show-Me Chefs,” the successful media, journalism and film department-produced television series, will host a gala on Oct. 22 to raise money for a third season and the Care to Learn organization. More about the show “Show-Me Chefs” is a cooking competition …
They are the storytellers. The creators. The visualizers. The students who make up Missouri State’s College of Arts and Letters take pride in standing out amongst the crowd and making their Missouri Statement a distinct one. How? Here are five …