Release Date Aug. 19
John Neal, professor of journalism at Brookhaven College, served as a panelist for the presentation “From Flat to 3-D: Implications for Visual Communicators, Journalists and Educators” at the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) in St. Louis, MO on August 11th. Roger P. Mellen of New Mexico State University served as panel moderator, and Hyangsook Lee of Kent State and Keith Vidger of Sony Electronics served as panelists. The panelists discussed applications of 3-D capability for television, the Internet, movies, video games, smartphones, and tablet devices and books, showing a professional-grade digital 3-D video camera and laptop. The presentation also covered the history, aesthetics and terminology of stereoscopic media. John submitted the proposal for the presentation last fall to the AEJMC. The AEJMC is a non-profit, educational association of journalism and mass communication educators, students and media professionals. Its annual conference features sessions and panels on the latest research, teaching methods and public service in the various components of journalism and mass communication.
The Brookhaven College Art Department is showing "Faculty Projects 27: Marina Shterenberg" August 8-August 26th in the Forum Gallery. The exhibit features paintings by Shterenberg, a watercolor and drawing professor. Works on display include his large-scale watercolor paintings on cut paper and oil paintings on panels. These are part of the ongoing series of exhibitions designed to showcase the professional practice and art of the School of the Arts faculty members. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
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