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    Art department displays first of two capstone exhibitions

    "I Am Who? This is Me.” is the first of two Art capstone exhibitions at McDaniel. The exhibition runs Tuesday, April 2-Friday, April 19, in McDaniel’s Esther Prangley Rice Gallery in Peterson Hall. An opening reception takes place Friday, April 5, 5:30-7:30 p.m., with a gallery talk at 6 p.m.
  • Kate Cramer Senior Capstone Popular Foods from the 1920s-2010s

    Second Senior Capstone Art exhibition highlights works by graduating seniors

    "Idveritas: Discovery of the Self" features a range of media, from traditional two- and three-dimensional approaches, to digital and new media, from graduating seniors at McDaniel. The exhibition runs Tuesday, April 25-Friday, May 12 in Esther Prangley Rice Gallery, Peterson Hall. An opening reception takes place Thursday, April 27, 5:30-7:30 p.m., with a gallery talk at 6 p.m.
  • Ashley Farrington's artwork for Senior Capstone Exhibition One

    First of two Senior Capstone Art exhibitions features work from graduating Art majors

    “Diverging Artists” features a range of media from photography, digital design, and acyclic paint, to the collection of multimedia pieces, from graduating Art majors at McDaniel. The exhibition runs Tuesday, April 11-Friday, April 21, in McDaniel’s Esther Prangley Rice Gallery in Peterson Hall. An opening reception takes place Thursday, April 13, 5:30-7:30 p.m., with a gallery talk at 6 p.m.
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    Senior Cinema majors showcase original capstone films during Cinema Showcase

    Six senior Cinema majors premiere their original films during the McDaniel Cinema Showcase on May 5 in Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science. Each film was written, directed, produced, and edited by Cinema majors as their final capstone project.
  • McDaniel Cinema Showcase Dec 2021

    Cinema majors premiere original capstone films during McDaniel Cinema Showcase

    The McDaniel Cinema Showcase highlights fiction and documentary digital features written, directed, produced and edited by Cinema majors at McDaniel as portfolios of their work.
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    Cinema Showcase features eight original capstone films by McDaniel seniors

    Eight senior Cinema majors premiered more than their original films during the McDaniel Cinema Showcase on May 6. Their capstone creations showcased a piece of themselves on the big screen in Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science. Each film was written, directed, produced, and edited by a Cinema major as a portfolio of their work.
  • McDaniel College alumnus Camden Ostrander in NYC

    2018 alumnus co-writes scripts for 13-episode season on Spotify’s Dissect podcast

    Whether or not you are a fan of “Because The Internet” by Childish Gambino aka Donald Glover, tune in to Spotify’s podcast Dissect, with new episodes every Tuesday for the next 11 plus weeks, for Camden Ostrander’s incisive exploration of Glover’s second studio album, film, and screenplay. The 2018 alumnus and Dorsey Scholar co-wrote the season’s 13 episodes with Dissect’s creator and host Cole Cuchna.
  • Senior Cinema major Annie McDevitt, the writer and director of “My Experience,” also portrayed the main character in her film.

    Graduating seniors take viewers on journey through Cinema capstones

    Graduating Cinema students produce original works as the culmination of their studies at McDaniel. For the Spring 2020 semester, the students had the opportunity to either write an original screenplay or produce a 20-minute film.
  • Devon Maranto '20 conducted his biology capstone research on coral.

    Capstone research projects position Biology majors for grad school and career success

    Now on their way to doctorate programs, medical school, high school classrooms and careers that span wildlife preservation, agriculture production and forensics, McDaniel’s 2020 Biology graduates all learned valuable skills and life lessons while immersing in the capstone research that is the culmination of their studies in their major.
  • Mollie Riner: “Old Lines,” 2020, folk art enamels, acrylic paints, burlap mini canvases and a Maryland road map from the 1970s.

    Works by graduating Art students highlighted in two virtual senior capstone exhibitions

    Nine McDaniel seniors are featured in two virtual senior capstone exhibitions, titled “Perspective, Perceptions, and the Self: Private Lives in a Public World” and “Something Bigger.” Both include a range of media from two- and three-dimensional approaches to digital and new media.