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OKC Museum of Art — Internship

30 Jun

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art invites applications from college students, recent graduates, and graduate students interested in participating in a museum internship. Unpaid internships are available in the Education, Film, and Curatorial departments on a full- or part-time basis. Specific duties depend upon the needs of the department.

Many colleges and universities offer college credit for internships. Please consult with your specific school to see what the internship time requirements are for college credit hours.

Completed application materials must be postmarked or delivered to the Education office by the following dates:

  • July 15 for a Fall internship
  • November 15 for a Spring internship
  • April 1 for a Summer internship

All applicants will be notified of the Museum’s decision two to four weeks after the submission deadline.

For more info follow this link:

http://www.okcmoa.com/education/internships

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Intro To Documentary — JMC 3723.001

24 Jun

The Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communications is offering the course “Introduction to Documentary” in the fall.  Many FVS students have taken this course in the past and we think you might be interested in it too.  Dr. Beliveau says that the class will offer a mix of conceptual and production skills in documentary film.  A few of the titles that will be discussed:  Hellhouse, Gasland, Standard Operating Procedure, and We Live In Public.  JMC 3723.001 will be held in the fall at 1:30 pm – 3:20 pm  TR in Gaylord Hall 2030.  For more information contact Dr. Beliveau at beliveau@ou.edu.

FVS 3833 Global Horror Films

17 Jun

FVS is proud to offer two brand-spanking-new courses for your fall 2010 Knowledge Extravaganza:  3833 Global Horror Films* and  FVS 3843  American Independent Cinema of the ‘80s and ‘90s . Dr. Meheli Sen  describes the Global Horror Films course thusly:

“Often derided by critics for relying on questionable aesthetics and tasteless sensationalism, the horror genre continues to inspire animated debates. Students will study horror films from the United States, Japan, Germany, India, South Korea, Italy, and Mexico, including films from celebrated filmmakers such as Mizoguchi Kenji, Dario Argento and India’s Ramsay brothers.  In addition, the course will explore the roots of the genre in regional myths, folklore, rituals and traditions, as well as the conundrum of how the horror genre works in each national/cultural context and yet still resonates with international audiences.”

Wow! What an incredible course, don’t you think? Do you know what else I’m thinking?  I’m thinking you should enroll in this class.

We’re still waiting for some more info on the American Independent Cinema of the ‘80s and ‘90s course, but you can bet it’s going to be just as fantastic.

* FVS cannot guarantee that you will be able to sleep soundly after taking this course. You may want to invest in a blankie.