Original ProductionsSpecial projects produced by Learning Studio professional staff.
Interviews with ACU alumni and special guests, produced in collaboration with ACU Art & Design.
Behind the Camera: Revolution Pictures
In the fall of 2017, the Learning Studio took ACU students to Nashville to go behind the scenes on commercial shoots with ACU alumnus Randy Brewer and his team at Revolution Pictures.
Behind the Scenes 360: Audio-Technica
Go behind the scenes on a commercial film shoot with Revolution Pictures in Nashville, Tennessee. This immersive 360 video was shot by Abilene Christian University student filmmakers who shadowed Revolution crew members on set during the process, and it was produced and edited by the Learning Studio.
Big Purple Marching Band
The staff of ACU’s Big Purple Marching Band reflect on what makes the band such a vital part of game day and campus life at ACU.
Halbert-Walling Research Center
The Learning Studio works regularly with the Office of the Provost to help tell the stories of key academic initiatives. In 2017, we documented the opening of Halbert-Walling Research Center, part of the largest expansion in the history of the sciences at ACU.
From 2015 through 2017, the Learning Studio directed and produced all video content for TEDxACU, an independently organized TED event which brings together speakers from across our own community and around the world for a day of insightful talks and performances.
Each fall, the Learning Studio helps produce Cornerstone, a wide-ranging seminar course taken by every incoming freshman and featuring spotlight faculty presentations from across disciplines.
Art & Design Professor Nil Santana speaks about the design process, and introduces the building blocks of design thinking.
In 2015, Learning Studio staff traveled to Europe to document the immersive experience of ACU’s Study Abroad program.
We Are Makers (2013) tells the story of the Maker Movement.
It’s the story not of tools but of people. A publisher. An entrepreneur. A design professor. A middle school teacher. Two museum educators. And a creative director.
Each provides an important viewpoint on why new technologies and communities of making are bringing us back to something deeply human.