DMAD Featured in the Kay-See-An

DMAD Featured in the Kay-See-An

DMAD was featured on the first publication of the Kayseean this year! Read the full article by Rachel Burrus, below:     An Innovative New Program Begins Rachel Burrus A marvelous new year has begun here at King University, bringing along with it a positively charged sense of refinement and growth. This fall semester also presents the commencement of a…
Camera Obscura

Camera Obscura

To kick off the start of the Fall semester, Assistant Professor Lee Jones, constructed a camera obscura in a room on the second floor of the library.  Jones brought each of his classes into the space to demonstrate what it is like to be inside a camera.  Featured in these photos are the projection of the outside scene through the…
King Photogs Cover Color Caper

King Photogs Cover Color Caper

Four students volunteered to help S.L.A.C.K., the Student Life Activities Committee at King, with the first annual Color Caper run on Reading Day.  Sarah Guy and Tessa Klingensmith managed the studio set-up.  Dyvon Passmore was the solo course photographer.  And, Quenton Lyons tackled the videography.

Art D’vine & Arlyn Kimbrough’s “Dismay”

Students competed this semester to exhibit work in Art D'Vine, an art-walk organized by Believe in Bristol, in downtown Bristol.  The spaces were limited and the competition was steep as less than a third of the more than sixty photographs submitted were selected to hang.  About two hundred people viewed the work on the night of the event after which the work was…
March of Dimes

March of Dimes

DMAD students Jessany Bowman and McKay Pruitt teamed up with professors Joe Strickland and Lee Jones to cover the annual March of Dimes fundraising dinner.  The annual Signature Chef's Auction features local chefs preparing their signature dishes, a silent auction, and a live auction all to raise money for a wonderful cause.  Included in the job for our team was event…
Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion

Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion

King students once again played a large role in the success of the annual Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion music festival this year.  With a large crew of motivated students the King Photo Team executed three different roles.  The largest crew of students photographed the festival using cell phones to immediately upload images onto social media which were often reposted by…
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