18 Works

State Teachers College Twenty-Fifth Anniversary, 1950 (16mm film)

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Founded in 1925 as the Maryland State Normal School, Salisbury University was known as State Teachers College from 1935 to 1963. In 1950, the 25th anniversary of the school was celebrated with the groundbreaking ceremony of the Men’s Dorm in March, an amateur contest for All Seniors Day, May Day festivities, and Homecoming. For questions regarding the film, please contact the University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian, Ian Post, at impost@salisbury.edu

Maryland State Normal School at Salisbury, 1928-1930 (16mm film)

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Founded in 1925 as the Maryland State Normal School, Salisbury University has a rich and unique history. Depicted in the film are aerial views of campus, the 1928 cornerstone laying of what is now called Holloway Hall, students picnicking at a nearby mill pond and Chincoteague Island, 1929 and 1930 May Day festivities, an airplane landing on campus to deliver newspapers, the 1928 commencement ceremony, and the dedication of a lily pool, among many other...

Such Are the Customs of Baltimore: a History of Segregation

Elizabeth M. Nix
Oct. 27, 2015 -- A History of Segregation in Baltimore -- This talk, given by Elizabeth Nix, a professor at the University of Baltimore, brought examples of structural racism and white privilege to light by talking about the history of Baltimore and how that history has resulted in discriminatory patterns and policies and segregation in Baltimore. Elizabeth Nix is a professor of legal, ethical, and historical studies at the University of Baltimore and coeditor of...

Paul Taylor: The Man Behind the Dance

Elizabeth Walton, Bill Shewbridge, Exsul Van Helden, Devin Conner, Fernando Tosti & Baltimore County. University Of Maryland
Summary: "A revealing glimpse into the mind of one of the most celebrated American choreographers in an interview by Elizabeth Walton, a dancer from Taylor's original company. She knows just what to ask him. The usually reserved and enigmatic Taylor opens up and we discover a fascinating persona."--Container.

Moms & Meds: Navigating Pregnancy and Psychiatric Medication

Dina Fiasconaro, Lucas Cullen, Brian Brooks, Corey Chaney, Craig Johnston & Joe Cipriano
Moms & Meds: Navigating Pregnancy and Psychiatric Medication is a feature documentary film that explores the options women face when they want to have children, but take psychotropic medication for mental illness. The film follows multiple women who are dealing with this issue. Other interviewees include doctors, advocates and family members who influence, and are affected by, these decisions. The film focuses on the personal stories of the women, and the many facets, both positive...

EnergyHouseVideo

Greg Walsh, Allison Druin, Elizabeth Foss, Evan Golub, Mona L. Guha, Leshell Hatley & Elizabeth Bonsignore
In this video we describe Energy House. Energy House is a game designed with the Cooperative Inquiry Method through the Layered Elaboration technique. Children power items in a virtual house by jumping up and down

Layered Elaboration Video

Greg Walsh, Allison Druin, Mona L. Guha, Elizabeth Foss, Evan Golub, Leshell Hatley, Elizabeth Bonsignore & Sonia Franckel
As technology for children becomes more mobile, social, and distributed, our design methods and techniques must evolve to better explore these new directions. This paper reports on "Layered Elaboration," a co-design technique created to support these evolving needs. .Layered Elaboration allows design teams to generate ideas through an iterative process in which each version leaves prior ideas intact while extending concepts. Layered Elaboration is a useful technique as it enables co-design to take place asynchronously...

"Mi Noche Buena"

Gisela Moore
“Mi Noche Buena” is a four-part collection consisting of a research paper; storyboard, illustrated storybook and accompanying 10-minute animated video of the story. The original storybook illustrations were created using Adobe Illustrator. The page layouts and pagination for the storybook were created using Adobe InDesign. The character rigging and animations were created using Adobe Character Animator. Final production for the video was completed using Adobe After Effects and audio editing was completed using Adobe Audition....

sumAIR: Aerial Portfolio

Jenna Sumar
A video reel promoting the work of "SumAIR" from an aerial perspective. Shot with DJI Phantom 4.

Petal

Daylan Jones
Rose has met the love of her life, but when she tries to express this love to her friends they seem distracted...

Night Shift

Lindsey Bridwell
“Night Shift” incorporates a broad set of skills learned during my time in the MADArts program. Storytelling, 2D design, audio editing, 3D animation and character rigging were all crucial to the success of this project. This 3D Animation was created in Cinema 4D, and compiled in AfterEffects. The story, characters, environments and animations were all created specifically for this piece. Textures and materials were created in Photoshop and Illustrator, and images were downloaded from the...

Clocked Out Web Series

Eric Minor
At the time of this writing, I had recently been laid off from an employer with whom I worked for since 2006. The company consisted of the husband and wife owners and eight to ten full-time employees, depending on the sales numbers. In such a small business environment there were only two social classes: the owners (them), and the rest of us. After a few years with the company, friendships grew and a bunch of...

The Internet Is Not the Question

Jeff Myers
The last lecture that English Professor Jeff Myers gave at Goucher College, Baltimore Maryland.

Through the Cold

Jon Stamm
Through the Cold is a music video I created on behalf of my band, Redding. Technically executing the project reached into the fields of audio production (songwriting and recording) and video production (lighting, directing, and editing). My process investigated the emotional resonance of musicality, the synchrony of sight and sound, and the transformative capability of graphic design and letter form upon a message.

Reminded of Our Own Possibilities: A Reflection on the Return of Brewing Traditions in New Albany, Indiana

Jeffrey Gillenwater
Beginning with Scotsman Hugh Ainslie in 1840, European immigrants to New Albany, Indiana brought their brewing traditions with them. Local breweries thrived as a part of daily life in the city's early neighborhoods for over 80 years until the advent of Prohibition in the 1920s. Only one New Albany brewery, known locally as Ackerman's, survived the 13-year-long alcohol ban. Unable to fully recover from years of financial strain, Ackerman's, too, succumbed to bankruptcy in 1935....

Oral History Interview: Mary Cooney

Kevin LaCherra & Mary Cooney
Undergraduate final project submitted to Professor Thomas A. Castillo of the History Department, College of Arts and Humanities for a course sponsored by the Center for the New America, University of Maryland, College Park. Final project for HIST428N Immigrant Life Stories: An Oral History Practicum (spring 2014).

Topological frustration of artificial spin ice supplemental movies

John Cumings, Thomas Marsh & Jasper Drisko
Supplemental movies for the manuscript entitled "Topological frustration of artificial spin ice."

Interview between Ryan Goldberg and Gina Heredea

Ryan A. Goldberg & Gina Heredea
Undergraduate final project submitted to Professor Thomas A. Castillo of the History Department, College of Arts and Humanities for a course sponsored by the Center for the New America, University of Maryland, College Park. Final project for HIST428N Immigrant Life Stories: An Oral History Practicum (spring 2014).

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