The below video showcases student work from Meda202: System, Play and Interaction. The project involved developing a work of wonderment. The overall standard was very good, so all students should congratulate themselves!
Please note: this video includes around half of Meda202 student work. Works were chosen by the quality of the video footage taken. Apologies to those students who produced a good project that was difficult to capture in video.
Chris Anderson here, again! (UOW alumni and casual Media Arts tutor).
Rhiannon Bannenberg, my partner is a director and cinematographer, her debut feature film, Ambrosia, premieres THIS SATURDAY – 8 AUG @ 7pm, at the Gala Cinema, Warrawong. There will be a Q&A with the cast and crew who made the film on a shoe string budget. I highly recommend students interested in film and cinematography come along!
Chris Anderson here (UOW alumni and casual Media Arts tutor). I’m seeking expressions of interest from MEDA students who want to be involved in creating video content (amongst other things) for my up-cycled surfboard bodysurfing product, Ecto Handplanes.