In other news: 7.3.2019

An MFA grad gets work into Art Basel Hong Kong (and a feature in Philippines Airlines’ in-flight mag), two Film & Video students earn Emmy nods, and a pair of grads have work on view at Columbus Museum of Art. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.

Jill Paz (Master of Fine Arts, 2015) immigrated to North America a year after her birth, but the native of Manila, Philippines, kept her connection to her home country alive for years, making regular visits with family over the summer. Now Paz, who has returned to Manila after years living in the US and Canada, has work on view at Art Basel Hong Kong that pays homage to paintings by her great grand-uncle, the 19th-century painter Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo. Her work was recently featured in Philippines Airlines’ in-flight magazine, Mabuhay. Read more here

The Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced that Sam Koh (Film & Video, 2020) and Janelle Moorman (Film & Video, 2020), both employees of the CCAD Student Agency, have been nominated for student Emmys. Read more here.

Daric Gill (Fine Arts, 2004) and Cameron Granger (Film & Video, 2016) have work on view in Greater Columbus: The 2019 Greater Columbus Arts Council Visual Arts Exhibition at Columbus Museum of Art June 14–Sept. 29.
Read more here.

The Cure, by Adjunct Faculty Mike Olenick (Media Studies Still-Based, 2000), featuring special effects work by Nikos Rutkowski (Fine Arts, 2002), was named a Vimeo staff pick. Watch it here.

The new CCAD Film & Video Camp is gaining attention from the press. The Columbus Dispatch, WBNS-10TV, and the Norwalk Reflector recently highlighted the three-week filmmaking workshop launched by Continuing & Professional Studies Director Christine Hill. Read more here.

Samantha Bennett (Fine Arts, 1999) discussed painting and how her childhood bout with bacterial meningitis has affected the work she creates in a feature profile with CityScene magazine. Read more here.

President Melanie Corn, a former Bay Area resident, weighed in on piece in The Columbus Dispatch examining why and how Columbus has eclipsed San Francisco in population size. Read more here.


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