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[poster designed by Stevenson AVCD major Jack Steven Poole]

On Thursday, May 4, from 4-5pm, we will have a reception in our School of Design building in honor of an exhibit of FMI Senior Showcase Movie Posters. Then, on Thursday, May 11, starting at 7pm, we will screen the films advertised in those posters, but over on our original campus, 1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD, 21153, in the Inscape Theatre. We invite you to come see the good capstone work our students can do. A reception begins at 5pm.

Last Friday, April 21, the Columbia Orchestra at the Jim Rouse Theater for the Performing Arts in Columbia, Maryland, performed Bela Bartok’s opera Bluebeard’s Castle, with videos created by FMI students in Chris Ernst’s "Lighting for the Camera." Above are photos of the prep work and actual performance. Students involved in the show are as follows: Arian Boroumand, Danny Crapanzano, Jessie Dubyoski, Chris Hessler, Jonathan Kuchinskas, Ryan Scott, Jasmine Sterling, Gabby Sturgeon, and Adam Vaughn.

Yesterday, in Chris Ernst's cinematography class, representatives from Blackmagic Design came to visit. A good time was had by all.

We had a wonderful time with our Spring 2017 Artist-in-Residence Harlan Bosmajian, from March 6-8. Above photos are taken from Tuesday, March 7, at the reception and presentation he gave. [photos by FMI student Lauren Scott]

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