In summer 2011, Arts & Sciences Video Production team member Natalie Baxter traveled to Whitesburg, Ky to help teach Appalshop interns how to create documentary style short films about the Appalachian region. The program, Appalachian Media Institute (AMI), has interns ages 14 to 21 that live in the surrounding Appalachian Kentucky counties.
Filmed by: Dana Rogers, Brian Connors Manke, and Noah Adler
International Studies senior Cassie Hardin is spending the next five months is Beijing, China. Luckily for us, she has a video camera and is not afraid to use it! Follow her adventures as she blogs from abroad, and helps A&S celebrate our Year of China initiative.
University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences Dean Mark Kornbluh sits down with professors Cristina Alcalde and Jeff Rice to talk about A&S Wired Residential College. Along with Psychology professor Nathan DeWall, Alcalde and Rice serve as co-Directors of UK's newest Living Learning Community.
For more information on A&S Wired, visit wired.as.uky.edu
A&S Wired is the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences Residential College. The goal of the A&S Wired Residential College is to foster an environment that steeps students in the traditions of the liberal arts but harnesses the power of the digital age. This residential community will prepare students for the future by providing them with a flexible and dynamic skill set, instilling social responsibility, and enhancing their ability and freedom to co-construct knowledge globally and digitally.
The University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences utilizes a multitude of digital media applications to help tell the stories of the College. Here is a brief selection of some of our brightest student workers' specialities.
The Hive, A&S's newly formed creative and technical services team specializes in audio podcasts, video productions, photography, postproduction special effects, 3D graphics & animations and much, much more!