Students Volunteer for the PUSH! Film Festival

Students Volunteer for the PUSH! Film Festival

King DMAD students applied their growing production skills as volunteers for the 2017  PUSH! Film Festival. The festival screened over 40 hours of film across multiple venues in downtown Bristol. Feature films included Young Frankenstein, new documentary The Breaks: Centuries of Struggle, and others alongside hours of short films. Awards were given in recognition of the best films submitted to the festival as…
Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion 2017

Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion 2017

Another year has passed, and so has another festival! King University students took to the streets to cover the 2017 Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion. The festival once again brought in massive crowds with headlining acts including Dwight Yoakam and Judah & the Lion. King DMAD students and staff worked this year to produce and edit over 9,000 images, documenting hours of music,…
2016 Sign of the George Christmas Cards

2016 Sign of the George Christmas Cards

The 2016 Sign of the George Christmas Cards hand set and pressed right here on campus by DMAD students went on sell this week.  Students have exuded team effort in getting the cards ready for sale this year.  Junior, Anne Franklin, has done a great job laying out the designs and pressing the cards in her first semester working at…
Students Gain Industry Experience at ‘Battle at Bristol’

Students Gain Industry Experience at ‘Battle at Bristol’

A couple of DMAD students got the chance to work with ESPN and ABC for 'Battle at Bristol,' the long awaited gridiron match-up between Virginia Tech and University of Tennessee. Senior, Quenton Lyons was able to land a unique opportunity through Finley Green, Director of Career Services here at King. The experience allowed Lyons to expand his skill set as a grip as well…
Sign of the George Christmas Cards!

Sign of the George Christmas Cards!

Sign of the George Christmas Cards go on sale today!  Each card is 5x7 inches and comes with an envelope for mailing.  There are five cards to choose from.  Each one showcases a design from blocks pulled from the archives in the type room.  The hand-pressed cards come in packs of 5 for $7, 10 for $12, and 20 for…
DMAD Senior’s Film Selected for PUSH! Film Fest

DMAD Senior’s Film Selected for PUSH! Film Fest

A film by Digital Media Art & Design rising Senior, Tessa Klingensmith, has been selected to screen at the PUSH! Film Festival in Bristol, TN/VA.  Klingensmith's film, Go the Distance, is a visual adaptation of a song by the same name composed by Alan Menken with lyricist David Zippel .  It will be included in "Shorts" Block 2 on Saturday…
Senior Thesis Exhibitions

Senior Thesis Exhibitions

King University’s Department of Digital Media Art & Design is pleased to present the senior photography exhibitions by  by Trung Phan, Trevor Wentt and Jessany Bowman Trung's exhibition , “The Shakespeare Motif,” will be available for public viewing on Wednesday, April 22 from 6-10 p.m. in the lobby of Barter Stage II located directly across the street from the famous Barter Theatre…
Photographer’s Forum National Finalists

Photographer’s Forum National Finalists

Seniors, Trung Phan & Trevor Wentt have been selected as finalists in the 35th Annual Photographer's Forum National Photography Contest that was sponsored by Nikon. With over 17,000 photographs entered, Trevor and Trung were selected to be part of the less than 10% of the entries selected to represent the College Finalists. Their images will be featured in the Photographer's…
Hasselblad Broncolor Visits

Hasselblad Broncolor Visits

DMAD students got some hands-on time after a special presentation of Hasselblad cameras and lenses and Broncolor lighting equipment!  Eric Peterson of Hasselbad Broncolor introduced the students to the H5D-40 camera system and the H5D-50 Multi-Shot camera system along with HCD 24mm, HC 80mm, 100mm and 120mm lenses; as well as the HTS 1.5 Tilt & Shift Adapter and a Macro…
@BristolRhythm

@BristolRhythm

The King DMAD students took the social media bull by the horns again at the Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion this year.  The event was even bigger than last year.  While dozens of photographers roamed through the crowded streets and back-stages, other students remained at headquarters acting as @BristolRhythm and reposting the best photos and/or videos from Instagram or Twitter.  The…
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