News and updates from the Learning Studio
Brent McCorkle is an award-winning screenwriter, filmmaker and musician, best known for his work on the films Unconditional, Woodlawn and the just-released I Can Only Imagine. Earlier this month, Brent touched down in Abilene and set up shop in the Learning Studio for two days of film editing critiques with ACU students participating in this year’s FilmFest competition.
During the sessions, Brent looked at late-stage edits of each film, giving each team notes on pacing and construction. The face-to-face meetings helped student filmmakers plan a roadmap for success and get a taste of the kind of critical review they’ll face when Brent returns as a FilmFest judge for the April 6 black-tie gala at the Historic Paramount Theatre.
Vision in Action – spotlight on Halbert-Walling project
CNC Router Tutorial – how-to videos with the Maker Lab
After Zoey – backstage with ACU Theatre
Cup of Coffee – Chandler Graf’s talk for TEDxACU 2017
Next Steps – Jackie Beth Shilcutt performs at TEDxACU
This semester marked the first ACU football season in the new Wildcat Stadium, and among the first students to set foot on the turf were members of the Big Purple Marching Band.
This week ACU opens a new home base for students studying in Leipzig, Germany. The following 360 photos and video offer you a one-of-a-kind virtual visit to the new ACU villa.
This semester we’re introducing our brand new Media Suites—three focused areas for filming and editing video and recording audio.
In April, Asia Eidson worked with a group of student photographers interested in mastering golden light. Friday afternoon, she walked them through working with subjects for couples' portraits and then that evening took them on a shoot with models to experience the...
Jeff Rogers is a Brooklyn-based designer and ACU grad, known for his hand-lettered graphic design work for a long list of clients that includes Diet Coke, Fast Company, McDonald's and the New York Times. Jeff recently visited ACU to leave his typographic mark on the...