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Dr. Michael J. Krajewski (Music Industry and Guitar) recently presented a music technology presentation at the Jazz Education Network conference in New Orleans, LA. His presentation “Moving on up: Upgrading from GarageBand to a professional Digital Audio Workstation” was received with rave reviews.
The Television Academy Foundation named Kyja K-Nelson, School of Media Arts & Design, one of the 2016 Faculty Fellows. Twenty-five professors from colleges and universities nationwide were selected by Television Academy members to participate in a week-long seminar to learn from the industry’s top professionals. K-Nelson will be in Los Angles for the fellowship from […]
Saturday, Nov. 5 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | Rourke Art Museum (521 Main Avenue, Moorhead) This Saturday evening there will be an Opening Reception for the MSUM Film Studies Curated Exhibition at The Rourke Art Museum (521 Main Avenue, Moorhead) from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The museum is within walking distance from campus. Come enjoy classmates and […]
Dr. Allen Carter, Professor of Music, has just released his second CD of progressive big band jazz. “Time On My Hands” was recorded in late July in Los Angeles with some of the west coast’s finest jazz and studio musicians. Two MSUM students, Kathryn Malaktaris and Matthew Tinjum were able to accompany Dr. Carter and […]
Friday, Oct. 28 | 7 p.m. | Glasrud Auditorium, Weld Hall The featured film is “The Man Who Laughs,” a 1928 horror film starring Conrad Veidt. The movie will be accompanied by live organ music.