Here are my colleagues from Istanbul Bilgi’s Visual Communication Design department, relaxing with me (I’m the guy in the middle) at Santa Fe’s popular Downtown Subscription coffeehouse just off Canyon Road, right after our shared success at OVF 2012. (Check out their mind-blowing “Legoretta Alive” installation at OVF.) From left to right: student Can Buyukberber, Professor Cem Ersozlu, me, Program Director Cihangir Istek and Professor Refik Anadol.
It was a real professional highlight working with this team, and I’m looking forward to collaborating with them again.
More than a thousand people attended Santa Fe University‘s 2nd annual Outdoor Vision Fest, which I’m privileged to be shepherding; it is also a privilege to be working with outstanding faculty like Brad Wolfley, Tom Miller, Dae In Chung and Alex Emmons.
In addition, I had the honor of working with a Visual Communication Design faculty contingent from Bilgi University in Istanbul — and was blown away by the 3D architectural mapping installation they designed, entitled “Legoretta Alive.” More about that in a future post.
I was honored on April 25 to emcee “OVF at SF_X“, an Outdoor Vision Fest “pre-event” where students could sneak-peek some of their upcoming installations to an audience of high-tech, web design and media professionals. An additional sneak peek was offered by Professors Cihangir Istek and Cem Ersozlu of Istanbul Bilgi University‘s Visual Communication Design department: the ground-breaking 3D architectural mapping installation entitled “Legoretta Alive.” Altogether, a fun event that furthered the intersection of the academic and professional communities here in Santa Fe.
Just a few hours before Outdoor Vision Fest commenced, Program Director Ira Gordon of KBAC-FM invited me and my esteemed Istanbul Bilgi University colleagues to discuss “Legoretta Alive,” the mind-blowing 3D architectural mapping installation premiering at OVF. Here is the archived broadcast of our chat.
In this podcast from the April 24 broadcast of the Santa Fe Radio Cafe, hosted by Mary Charlotte on KSFR (101.1 FM), I’m joined by Professor Susan York as we discuss the Outdoor Vision Fest and its intersections with the late great architect Ricardo Legoretta.
You can hear Photography Professor Alex Emmons and I talk about this Friday’s Outdoor Vision Fest with Project 101.5 FM morning host Chris Diestler on this podcast (broadcast date April 23).
Here’s the archived Cinema Scope broadcast which aired on KSFR-FM April 20, 2012, detailing this year’s Outdoor Vision Fest. I’m joined by Santa Fe University colleagues Professors Brad Wolfley (Moving Image Arts) and Tom Miller (Studio Art), along with student Katelyn Peer (majoring in Moving Image Arts) — as we all chat with host Stu Goswick. We come in a few minutes into the half-hour broadcast.
FYI, you can find the archive of all KSFR Cinema Scope broadcasts I’ve done here.
You can listen to the April 21 archived broadcast of my chat with Tobi Ives (host of KTRC-AM’s weekly broadcast New Mexico Film Works) about the April 27 Outdoor Vision Fest (at Santa Fe University), screenwriting and media in the 21st century.
More Outdoor Vision Fest coverage as I chat with Tobi Ives, host of the weekly broadcast NM Film Works. Air times and stations:
- Santa Fe and surroundings: Saturday, April 21 at 11am MDT on 1260-AM.
- Albuquerque and surroundings: Sunday, April 22 at 12noon MDT on 1350-AM. (Listen live here)
University colleagues Brad Wolfley (professor: Moving Image Arts), Tom Miller (professor: Studio Art), Katelyn Peer (student: Moving Image Arts) and I will all be guesting on KSFR-FM‘s Cinema Scope program tonight: Friday, April 20, at 6:30pm MDT (5:30 West Coast, 8:30 East Coast).
You can live-stream the broadcast or listen to it live at 101.1 FM in northern New Mexico.
The topic is Santa Fe University‘s second annual Outdoor Vision Fest, which I’ve been shepherding these last months.