School of Media Arts
The School of Media Arts guides, educates, and inspires students to become innovative artists and communicators by fostering creativity, critical thinking, and social consciousness. The students in our multi-disciplinary media programs are challenged to analyze the past, interpret the present and collaboratively shape the future.
AA&A’s Howard Sandroff presents “The Obsessive Image”, Thursday, May 8th, 7:00 PM, Evanston Art Center
AA&A’s Howard Sandroff presents “The Obsessive Image” – a presentation and reflection on the relationship between his sculptures and musical compositions - his obsession to freeze the time and motion of music into static spatial constructions, which are now his welded steel sculptures. Date: Thursday, May 8; Time: 7:00 P.M.; Place: Evanston Art Center.WCRX-FM's Miguel Flores Interviews "Hoop Dreams" Director Steve James
Steve James, who has directed riveting documentaries such as "Hoop Dreams" and "The interrupters," recently was awarded the "Studs Terkel Community Media Award." WCRX-FM's Miguel Flores was on hand to speak to Steve about the award and his career.WCRX-FM's Jay Babii Debuts New Segment "What's Good in the Hood"
With two past interviews with President Barack Obama on his ledger, as well as several interviews with community leaders and Hip Hop artists, Columbia College Chicago Senior Radio Major Jay Babii has created a diverse and introspective audio feature entitled, "What's Good in the Hood."Audio Documentary Class Producing Documentary on Heroin Use Among Young Adults
Radio & Audio Documentary students have created a blog leading up to their forthcoming documentary, "Age of Abuse: Young Adults and Heroin," which airs on WCRX-FM during Columbia College Chicago's Manifest Urban Art Festival taking place in May.