Fri., Apr.25, 6:30pm MDT on KSFR’s ‘Cinema Scope’

April 24, 2014 Leave a comment

KSFR 101.1 FMI’m on the air again this Friday, April 25, 6:30pm MDT to discuss SFUAD’s Outdoor Vision Fest, joined by my colleague Professor Tom Miller, and studio arts major Chase Stafford. We’ll occupy half of the 30-minute show Cinema Scope, broadcast on KSFR, 101.5-FM. The host is Stu Goswick, who I’ve had the pleasure of being on the air with several times before. If you’re not in northern New Mexico, or nowhere near a radio, you can live-stream the show here.

Guesting on ‘NM Film Works’ Thurs., Apr.24

April 23, 2014 Leave a comment

KVSF-FM logoI’ll be joining SFUAD colleague Professor Tom Miller (Studio Arts) in the radio booth again, as we guest on the weekly radio broadcast New Mexico Film Works, hosted by the Film Office‘s Lindsey Valdez, this Thursday, 11am MDt on KVSF-FM, 101.5 — all to talk about SFUAD’s annual Outdoor Vision Fest (OVF), coming up May 2 as darkness falls.

Listen to the live-stream of the broadcast here, or tune in to the FM frequency if you like listening the old-fashioned way. We’ll preview some of the nearly 50 installations debuting during the one-night (free!) event, and remind you to tweet using the hashtag #ovf2014.

Cinevision/NM Lawyers for the Arts panel – May 1

April 22, 2014 Leave a comment

Cinevision logoOn Thursday, May 1 at 4pm, I’ll be guesting on a panel entitled Experiments in Space and Light: a Conversation on Emergent and New Media Projects … in New Mexico. The panel is being presented by New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts as part of the inaugural Cinevision Festival, which is being hosted by The Screen from May 1-4.

Scheduled guests include Currents New Media‘s co-principal Frank Ragano, Creative Santa Fe’s program director Katelyn Peer, and Lumenscapes Illumination Media‘s principal Joe Dean. One of the topics, will, of course, be Santa Fe University‘s Outdoor Vision Fest™ (OVF), which I co-founded and continue to pilot. But what’s interesting is how much OVF has beomce part of a much larger tapestry, as we grow and evolve 21st-century media making here in Northern New Mexico. Can collaborative efforts accelerate both creative and economic development in this arena? This panel hopes to find out!

‘ArtBeat’ Podcast

April 6, 2014 Leave a comment

Podcast iconYou can catch the April 4 broadcast of KSVF-FM’s weekly ArtBeat show right here at the archived podcast — and listen to SFUAD colleague Tom Miller (of Studio Arts) and me talk about OVF 2014, as well as throw in a few biographical tidbits.

Our thanks to ArtBeat host, Kathryn Davis (who took a photo of us in-studio just before we went on-air; extra bonus photo of yours truly in the studio here).

Talking OVF 2014 on ‘ArtBeat’ this Friday

April 2, 2014 Leave a comment

KVSF-FM logoThis Friday I’ll be joined by my colleague, Professor Tom Miller, as we preview Outdoor Vision Fest (OVF) 2014 on KVSF-FM’s weekly “ArtBeat” show, hosted by Kathryn Davis. The show airs from 11am-12 MDT, and our segment is expected to run from 11:40-11:55. You can live-stream the broadcast here. This will be the first of several radio broadcasts I expect to be participating in, leading up to OVF on May 2.

Judging VisionFest Shorts

March 22, 2014 Leave a comment

Just got finished judging the annual collaborative Frontier and Outdoor Vision Fest student short film/video competition (with co-judge Katelyn Peer, Program Director at Creative Santa Fe) and the results are here. What can you say in less than a minute? Check out some of the winners and find out.

Backstage: The Film School

March 14, 2014 Leave a comment

backstage logoBackstage (formerly just the Magazine, but now also ubiquitous across the Internets) quotes me a few times (along with my colleagues Chris Eyre and Paula Amanda) as it spotlights recent developments at The Film School at Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Needless to say, we like it when the Biz takes notice, as we’re doing some pretty cool things in Santa Fe. If you’re bopping down Hollywood Boulevard or Vine Street, pick it up at a newsstand; otherwise, read it online.

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