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  • Student Awards | Department of Art & Art History
    and Sciences San Francisco Northern California Chapter Katherine Gorringe 2013 Jerry Jensen Graduate Overall Excellence Scholarship San Francisco Northern California Chapter Paul Meyers 2011 Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability Award College Television Awards Academy of Television Arts Sciences Foundation Anthony Weeks 2011 Miss Nancy Besst Graduate Scholarship Kevin Gordon 2010 Sheldon Shelly Fay Memorial Videography Scholarship Northern California Chapter of National Television Academy Theodore Rigby 2009 Peter J Marino Jr Memorial Production Scholarship Northern California Chapter of National Television Academy Carolina Kondo 2009 Sheldon Shelly Fay Memorial Videography Scholarship National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Northern California Chapter Charlene Music 2008 Peter J Marino Jr Memorial Production Scholarship Northern California Chapter of National Television Academy Peter Jordan 2007 Sheldon Shelly Fay Memorial Videography Scholarship Northern California Chapter of National Television Academy Erin Hudson 2005 Student Emmy Award First Prize Documentary Guguletu Ballet Kristin Pichaske 2003 Sheldon Shelly Fay Memorial Videography Scholarship Northern California Regional Emmy Awards Jumpers Mark Rinehart 2002 Sheldon Shelly Fay Memorial Videography Scholarship Northern California Chapter of National Television Academy Meg McKinney 2000 Student Emmy Award Third Prize Documentary Drawbridge Will Zavala 1999 Sheldon Shelly Fay Memorial Videography Scholarship Northern California Chapter of National Television Academy Anne Alvergue 1999 Student Emmy Award Documentary Wayne Freedman s Notebook Aaron Lubarsky 1998 Peter J Marino Jr Memorial Production Scholarship Northern California Chapter of National Television Academy Yuriko Gamo Romer 1996 Student Emmy Award Documentary Bound for Branson Sue Faulkner 1994 Student Emmy Award Documentary Living with AIDS Tina DiFeliciantonio Also a National Emmy for Outstanding Cultural Program 1987 Fulbright Scholarship Nilima Abrams India 2012 13 Briar March USA 2009 10 Michael Seely Poland 2009 10 Thomas Burns Armenia Azerbaijan and Georgia 2009 10 Emmanuel Dayan USA 2006 07 Sadia Shepard India 2001 02 Eastman Scholarship Award Honorable Mention Charlene Music Eastman Product Grant 2008 Honorable Mention Meghan O Hara Eastman Product Grant 2008 Honorable Mention Alison Stewart 2002 Princess Grace Foundation Award Tanglewood Sara Newens 2010 Film Honoraria Imaginary Circumstances Anthony Weeks 2009 Monsieur Borges and I Jasmin Gordon 2005 Time Lost Carla Gutierrez 2003 Film Honoraria Uivic The Time of Going Round Meg McKinney 2000 Film Honoraria Drawbridge Will Zavala 1997 My Roots are Buried Here Gail Huddleson 1996 IDA David L Wolper Student Documentary Achievement Award Nomination Between Land and Sea Sarah Berkovich and J Christian Jensen 2013 Nomination Little Mom Maria Fortiz Morse 2010 Winner The First Kid to Learn English From Mexico Peter Jordan 2009 Nomination Famous 4A Michael Attie 2009 Nomination My Name is Sydney Melanie Levy 2009 Winner Long Haul Erin Hudson 2007 Nomination Bullet Proof Vest May Lin Au Yong 2007 Nomination Monsieur Borges and I Jasmin Gordon 2006 Finalist Pare Lorentz Award Radio Grito Michael Seely 2006 Nomination Paris 1951 Jasmin Gordon 2005 Finalist Urga Song Jessica Woodworth 1999 Certificate of Merit Beauty Before Age Johnny Symons 1997 Certificate of Merit Spirits Rising Ramona Diaz 1996 Winner Out of My Mind Katie Cadigan 1995 Winner Living with AIDS Tina DiFeliciantonio

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  • Student Works | Department of Art & Art History
    Upcoming Exhibitions Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 About Department Overview Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film and Video Annual Newsletter Student Awards Student Works Film and Media Studies Facilities McMurtry Building Giving Information Contact Location Campus Partners Student Works Students in the Documentary Film and Video M F A program complete four major projects over the course of two years one each quarter of the first year Fall Winter Spring and a Thesis Project A brief biography of the student and the projects completed are included for each year Class of 2016 Class of 2015 Class of 2014 Class of 2013 Class of 2012 Class of 2011 Class of 2010 Class of 2009 Class of 2008 Class of 2006 Class of 2005 Class of 2004 Class of 2003 Class of 2002 Class of 2001 Class of 2000 Class of 1999 Class of 1998 Class of 1997 Class of 1996 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe Upcoming Events Exhibitions

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  • Film and Media Studies | Department of Art & Art History
    Campus Partners Film and Media Studies Photo Credit Linda A Cicero Stanford News Service The Bachelor of Arts in Film Media Studies provides students with knowledge of film aesthetics national cinematic traditions modes of production in narrative documentary and experimental films the incorporation of moving image media by contemporary artists and the proliferation of new forms of digital media The program is designed to develop the critical vocabulary and intellectual framework for understanding the role of cinema and related media within broad cultural and historical concepts Film and Media Studies Undergraduate Program Film and Media Studies Faculty Works by Film and Media Studies Faculty The Department offers a major and minor in Film Media Studies for undergraduate students In addition graduate level courses in Film and Media Studies are offered in the Art History PhD program News November 13 2014 New York Times Showcases for Art in Silicon Valley at Stanford University an Arts District Grows January 17 2014 The Stanford Daily Stanford Daily names Alexander Nemerov and Adam Tobin to their top 10 professors list See more related news Events Jun 09 2015 Spring FilmProd114 Film Screening Annenberg Auditorium 7 30pm See more related events Featured Work Faculty The

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  • J. Christian Jensen nominated for an Oscar! | Department of Art & Art History
    The Dish Posted In Awards Documentary Film and Video Silver might beget gold for documentary filmmaker and Stanford lecturer J CHRISTIAN JENSEN MFA 13 In June 2014 he won a silver medal from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Student Academy Awards for his film White Earth a winter portrait of North Dakota s oil boom seen through unexpected eyes Jensen is now up for the gold an

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  • Undergraduate Exhibit Breaks Stanford Art Gallery Record | Department of Art & Art History
    by Liz Celeste Dec 10 2014 Stanford News The Dish Art Practice The Stanford Art Gallery welcomed a record breaking 10 303 visitors during the fall quarter to the undergraduate juried exhibition All Tomorrow s Parties This exhibition was not only unique for more than doubling the attendance of previous exhibitions but it also marked the first time that undergraduate students were offered the opportunity to install their work in

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  • 2015 Spring FilmProd114 Film Screening | Department of Art & Art History
    2015 Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions 2015 Spring FilmProd114 Film Screening Tuesday June 9 2015 7 30pm to 8 30pm Annenberg Auditorium free and open to the public Five films by students enrolled in Film Production 114 Introduction to Film and Video Q A and Reception to immediately follow screening NOT LISTED IN SCREENING ORDER Team Stanford The Road to Rio by Lauren Becker Julia Burns Three members of the Stanford women s water polo team prepare to take on the 2016 Olympics in Rio The film looks at the impact of camaraderie as the girls discuss the impact of Stanford s success on their olympic journey Free Form Working Title by Jace Casey Ouree Lee The perfect body an ideal in dance culture as experienced by two performers Me My Mom and Marlboro Reds Working Title by Will Ferrer Gun Ho Lee Michelle Pan An exploration of the smoking habits of Adam Kaplan and the role of vice in a life overturned by his mother s terminal illness Untitled by Tess Picknell Phil Salazar No information available at this time Untitled by Kylee Saunders Joseph Thorton No information available at this time About Department Overview People Works Contact

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  • 2015 Spring MFA Documentary Film Screening | Department of Art & Art History
    the MFA in Documentary Film and Video Program First Year students Q A and Reception to immediately follow screening NOT LISTED IN SCREENING ORDER Last Days at Hacienda Working Title by Sami Chan In a condemned public housing building in Richmond CA residents live in limbo eagerly awaiting relocation while struggling with the uncertainty of new lives outside the dilapidated walls of Hacienda Still life Working Title by Daniel Chávez Ontiveros An audiovisual essay that explores the influence and the dominance that humans impose upon nature A Cerebral Game Working Title by Reid Davenport A filmmaker tries to make sense of his obsession and ultimate abandonment of baseball Medusa Working Title by Alexandra Swati Guild A meditation on the relationship between humans and nature Third Act Working Title by Lauren Knapp A subsidized senior apartment complex provides the backdrop for a meditation on aging solitude and femininity The Crossing Working Title by Kadri Koop Combating one of the highest teen suicide rates of the country a man working as a crossing guard in a wealthy Silicon Valley town reflects on his job Some Forgotten Calculation Working Title by C S Ward An exploration into the history of computing and our

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  • Wanderlust | Department of Art & Art History
    Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Search Exhibitions Search by keyword Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 Wanderlust May 18 2015 to June 13 2015 Annenberg Stairwell next to the Sculpture Shop Free and open to the public WANDERLUST Book Launch and Installation Honors in the Arts exhibition by senior Althea Solis Wanderlust is a science fiction exploration of the possible near future colonization of Mars Set in 2042 Wanderlust follows the first crew of a private space exploration company s first mission to our neighbor planet a mission made necessary by the catastrophic consequences of our inadequate response to climate change The installation presents the graphic novel in the context of research and obsession and provides a space where viewers can encounter as well as sit down and read the comic book rough draft novel preparatory sketchbooks and research materials that culminate in this honors project This installation is made possible by the generous support of the Stanford Arts Institute Sponsor Stanford Arts Institute the Department of Art Art History Contact Email mlnoe stanford edu Contact Phone 6507253107 Exhibition Space Annenberg Corridor About Department Overview People

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