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Students with Jack Hicks

The MST Client Based Media class recently interviewed Jack Hicks

February 22, 2022

An intellectual property attorney with Womble, Bond Dickson, Jack Hicks discussed the Touchstone Continuous Dyeing Process (1921), a key innovation that made Cone Mills one of the largest denim manufacturers in the world. Chase Gardner is producing the project for the White Oak Legacy Foundation.

Black and white bunny face

Mask/Maske Exhibition

February 2, 2022

Feb. 19 – Feb. 26
This exhibition is the first in a series of exhibitions featuring emerging artists from UNCG and five additional universities across The United States and Turkey. The theme of masks is broadly explored across video, animation, graphic design, and photography. The selected works highlight the use of masks in ritual, representation, and survival.

Students and faculty take their equipment to Floydfest

July 29, 2019

Media studies faculty David Row and Michael Frierson, along with MST students Damen Sorrell (’19) and Muhammad Karim shot the Brooklyn based Kaleta and Super Yamba Band at the 2019 Floydfest.

Students shoot video with UNCG Chancellor

March 4, 2019

Students from MST 485 Client Based Video recently shot an interview with Chancellor Frank Gilliam

Congratulations to Media Studies Senior Tumaini Johnson, winner of Tribeca Campus Docs Grand Prize!

December 10, 2018

Tumaini Johnson’s Film 41 Shots was one of eight grand prize winners in the Tribeca Campus Docs (2018) special category, which screened at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Johnson’s 41 Shots is a restorative justice film, dramatizing the 1999 brutal police shooting of 22 year old Guinea Immigrant Amadou Diallo.