Articles: Tag: Communication Arts

Professors Wilson and Yochim Present Talk on “Mothering and Media in Precarious Times”

Assistant Professors of Communication Arts Julie Wilson and Emily Yochim gave the keynote address at Old Dominion University’s Humanities Unbound Conference. Their talk, “Mothering and Media in Precarious Times,” was based on extensive ethnographic research conducted with mothers of young children in Meadville and Erie.

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Student Larry Hailsham Looks Back on His White House Internship

By Summer Burglass Appears on The White House Blog Ed. note: Applications are now being accepted for the Summer 2015 White House Internship Program. This blog post introduces readers to Larry Hailsham, a former intern who worked in the Office of Presidential Correspondence in the summer of 2014. When asked about his internship experience, here’s

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NEA Grant Will Fund Community Arts Project in Conneaut Lake

Conneaut Lake Borough, in collaboration with the Art & Environment Initiative, has received $75,000 from the Our Town Program of the National Endowment for the Arts. Professor of Art Amara Geffen will serve as the lead artist working in collaboration with Conneaut Lake residents and Artist-in-Residence Steve Prince, Ceramics and Sculpture Technician Ian Thomas, Assistant

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Samantha Hoderlein ’15 and Michael Mehler Co-Present at Theatre Technology Conference

Samantha Hoderlein ’15 and Associate Professor of Theatre Michael Mehler co-presented “Aesthetic and Economic Considerations for Greener Sheet Goods for Scenic Production” on the panel “Products and Ideas for Sustainable Stagecraft” at the Annual Conference of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology. At the same conference, Mehler was presented with a Herbert D. Greggs

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Cosdon Chairs Panel on “Revision/Revival/Revisal and the American Musical”

At the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cosdon chaired and responded to the panel session “Revision/Revival/Revisal and the American Musical.” As president of the American Theatre and Drama Society, Professor Cosdon hosted the fourth annual “Brilliance of the American Theatre” event at the Tony-winning Drama Book Shop in Times Square in New

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Students Win Certificate of Achievement in Devised Theatre for “Goddess”

Blair Hartman ’14, Tito Aderemi-Ibitola ’14, Angela Adusah ’14, Emily Cherry ’14, Melanie Perez ’15, Lizzie Thompson ’15, Autumn Vogel ’15, and Samantha Hoderlein ’15 performed a portion of “Goddess,” a devised performance, at the KCACTF Region II Theatre Festival 46 at West Chester University on January 17. They were awarded a Certificate of Achievement

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Cosdon Presents Work on “The Twentieth Century’s First Big Flop”

Associate Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies Mark Cosdon presented “The Twentieth Century’s First Big Flop: Little Nemo in Slumberland” at the American Society for Theatre Research conference in Dallas, Texas. Cosdon also presented on the “Publish, Don’t Perish: Books” session, discussing the publishing process alongside acquisitions editors from Palgrave Macmillan and the University of

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