John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative
- Doc Interview: Creation of a Civil Rights Monument
MDOCS student reporter Emily Rizzo sits down with Patrick Morelli - local artist and creator of the "Behold" monument in the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site. Read More.
- Director's Note: October 2017
MDOCS kicked off this semester by turning an eye and an ear towards mass incarceration and its ramifications on our local region and around the nation. Learn more and hear about what's coming up. Read More.
- Eleuterio Martinez Ramirez: Doc Photo Exhibit
This summer Skidmore senior, Ele Martinez travelled to his home state of Oaxaca Mexico to lead a series of photography workshops for the kids from his childhood school. See some of their photographs featured in his culminating exhibit in Case Gallery this month. Read More.
- MDOCS 2018 Spring Course Offerings
From Doc film production to participatory community projects to photogrammetery and more - see what courses MDOCS is offering for Spring 2018. Read More.
- 2018 Storytellers' Institute: Surveil/Surveilled
We are thrilled to begin planning for next year’s Storytellers’ Institute and are excited to share the 2018 theme with you: Surveil/Surveilled. Read More.
- Student Doc Festival: Winners Announced!
The first annual Student Documentary Festival ran this past June during the Storytellers' Institute Festosium weekend. Organized by MDOCS' first offered Festival Programming course taught by Tom Yoshikami, the event featured a screening of short documentary films. Read More.
- Youth Radio: opening the airwaves for young voices
This summer a student research collaboration project brought young voices on the air in a community radio collaboration designed by MDOCS faculty member Adam Tinkle and Skidmore junior Adam Simon. Read More.
- DOClab: Documentary resources for the Skidmore community
MDOCS' lab is located on the library's first floor and has an array of resources available to students, faculty and staff from student media assistants to project support to specialty production gear, workshops, and more. Read More.
- Director's Note: September 2017
Documentary storytelling doesn't stop with the academic year, MDOCS continues to support students, faculty and practitioners throughout the summer with internship support and the Storytellers' Institute. Hear more about summer project work and what we have planned for this coming Fall! Read More.
- Student Summer Documentary Experiences
Students across academic disciplines explored evidence driven stories this summer both independently and through the Storytellers' Institute. Learn about their experiences and what stories matter to them. Read More.
- 2017 Storytellers' Institute: Looking Back
Immigrant stories, personal memoirs, and ... were just a few of the documentary projects pursued this summer by Skidmore students and faculty, and doc practitioners in the Storytellers' Institute. Learn more about their projects and next year's theme! Read More.
- MDOCS Fall Events: States of Incarceration, Student showcases, and more...
Find out what MDOCS has planned for the Fall semester - take a deeper look into what happens when a prison closes in "States of Incarceration" and experience the work from student and faculty documentarians in a Storytellers' Institute showcase - all coming this September. Read More.
- Review: Spring 2017 Middle East Film Series
Jill Moossman, '18, reviews the four Middle Eastern films screened to showcase a different perspective on the region in spring 2017. Read More.
- Docs on Campus: Spring '17 Documentary Films Reviewed
In Spring 2017, Skidmore hosted a Middle Eastern Film series that drew attention to unexpected stories, a film that asked viewers to consider what a "Buddhist documentary" was, a community history of the Great Migration and Rapp Road in Albany. Students respond. Read More.
- Director's Note April 2017
MDOCS wraps up its third year and looks forward to Academic Festival on May 3, the Storytellers' Institute in June, and beyond. Read More.
- Alumni Spotlight: Film Producer Teddy Kunhardt
Skidmore Alum Teddy Kunhardt returned to his alma mater on March 6th to screen "Becoming Warren Buffet," a production of HBO and Kunhardt Films. Graduating from Skidmore College as an art major, learn how this film producer got to where he is today. Read More.
- Another Albany: Rapp Road Residents document the Great Migration
Amber Wiley (American Studies) hosted community members, storytellers from Rapp Road, an Albany community born from the Great Migration. After screening Tod Ferguson's film, she led a lively discussion of space, place, faith, and family leaders of the community. Read More.
- Encuentros: Students Add Latinx Stories to Memory Project
Students in Kate Paarlberg-Kvam's class on Latinidades interviewed Latinx students, professionals and homemakers, adding stories of migration, education, family life, and language bias (among others) to the Skidmore-Saratoga Memory Project. Read More.
- Community and Radio class visits Wave Farm
What's in a wave? Students in Adam Tinkle's Community and Radio class visited Acra, New York's Wave Farm and get a front-row seat to the spatial nature of radio broadcasting. Read More.
- Doc in Saratoga: Derek Hallquist's Denial
Julia Cavicchi, '18, explores Saratoga Springs with documentary filmmaker Derek Hallquist. In her podcast, he discusses his new feature-length film, Denial, which explores climate change and life transitions. Read More.
- Mapping as Storytelling: new course takes project-oriented approach
Over seven weeks, students in Prof. Tom Hart's Mapping as storytelling class dug deep to learn to present data spatially, then applied their skills to a local story: presenting Skidmore's geothermal projects. Read More.
- Archival Storytelling: The Depot Theatre of Westport, NY
With only a few years to go until its 40th anniversary, The Depot Theatre of Westport, NY, works with MDOCS students to organize its archive and reveal stories of community, performance, design and more. Read More.
- Apply: Documentary Summer Experience Awards
MDOCS is offering funding for students interested in pursuing documentary work this summer through selected courses, projects or internships engaging the student in evidence-based work on the local, national, or international level. Read More.
- Documentary Studies Faculty Update
MDOCS takes a moment to share the creative work their faculty are doing inside and outside of the classroom. Read More.
- Director's Note: Jan/Feb 2017
Research-driven documentary storytelling makes a difference, locally and globally. MDOCS confirms its commitment to excellence in meaningful storytelling with the hire of a Storytellers' Institute Director and to the importance of fact with courses and programming highlighting the power of the archive to shape, reveal and challenge. Read More.
- Storytellers' Faculty Scholar: Amber Wiley
Introducing Amber Wiley, American Studies -- the first of two Faculty Scholars joining MDOCS this June for the 2017 Storytellers' Institute. Read the recent Skidmore homepage article about Amber's work in exploring places and their defining cultural characteristics in an increasingly homogenized United States of America. Read More.
- Saratoga Flurry Festival Presents Standing Rock Doc Film
Each winter, close to 5,000 people flock to Saratoga Main St. for the Flurry Festival. This year Saratoga Arts featured a documentary film screening which offered a glimpse at the Dakota Pipeline controversy and highlighted the voices taken from 33 interviews of the First Nation people at Standing Rock. Read More.
- Alumni Spotlight: Filmmaker Gaëlle Mourre
MDOCS student Yasmin Kudsi, ‘17 connected with Skidmore College alumna Gaëlle Mourre to learn how she applies her Art History and Spanish literature major to her career in journalism and filmmaking. Read More.
- Call for Entries: Student Documentary Festival
Seeking student documentary submissions of all mediums (video, audio, photo, exhibit, archive, etc.) for entry to the 2017 MDOCS Student Documentary Festival! Deadline for submissions: March 26, 2017. Spread the word! Read More.
- 2017 MDOCS Summer Courses
Didn’t have time to take an MDOCS course during the academic year? Attending a college without a doc program? Interested in doc film, sound and producing? You’re in luck! Four amazing documentarians will be in residence on campus. Work with an audio documentarian, producer, filmmaker, and screenwriter while immersing yourself in all that goes on at Skidmore in Summer, including the Storytellers' Institute and Festosium! Read More.
- MDOCS Bundles up for Sundance
This January, MDOCS hit the slopes for some off-campus inspiration and networking with independent filmmakers and documentary creators at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Read More.
- MDOCS Welcomes New Storytellers' Institute Director
MDOCS' in-house team launched an annual summer documentary program for students, faculty and professionals in 2015. In June 2017, the Storytellers' Institute welcomes a full-time Director to lead us to the next stage. Filmmaker and educator Sarah Friedland joins Skidmore College this May from Wagner College to direct her first Storytellers' Institute this June. Read More.
- 2016 Storytellers' Institute - Fact & Fiction: Walking the Line
MDOCS welcomes its 2016 Institute Fellows and Skidmore Scholars to the 2016 Storytellers' Institute, a 5-week artist residency hosted by MDOCS on the Skidmore campus. Check out the packed schedule of documentary events that are free and open to the public. Read More.
- Veterans' Stories: An interview with filmmaker Michael King
Veterans' health and well-being were front and center as MDOCS partnered with the NYS Military Museum and Latham Joint Force Headquarters to host a special screening of "When War Comes Home" and discussion about PTS and the realities of post-war integration with award-winning filmmaker Michael King. Read More.
- Documenting Music: Rock and Roll Photography of Jay Blakesberg
On November 1, MDOCS hosted legendary rock and roll photographer (and Skidmore parent) Jay Blakesberg. Davis Auditorium was standing room only as campus and community gathered to be regaled with illustrated tales from 35 years of behind the scenes time spent with bands from the Grateful Dead to Jefferson Airplane, the Flaming Lips, and beyond. Read More.
- MDOCS Picks: What docs are students checking out?
An MDOCS student reporter hit the campus to find out what documentaries students are watching, listening to, and experiencing. See what the next generation of doc-enthusiasts finds worth checking out. Read More.
- New Course: Story to Screen
Each semester MDOCS introduces new courses that further the development of students' documentary and storytelling skills. This fall, Story to Screen was the first crew-based production class to run as part of the DS program with production teams of writer, director, cinematographer, and sound engineer. Writer/director Sam Grant, '18, reports. Read More.
- 2016 Fall Networking Night: Photo Highlights
MDOCS, Arts Administration and Media and Film Studies hosted the second annual networking night in October. Students, faculty and community professionals mingled and connections ensued. Read More.
- Director's Note: Nov/Dec 2016
As we take a moment to reflect on the fall, MDOCS offers a sneak peek into the Spring semester. Read More.
- Documentary Work Across Campus
MDOCS isn't the only program encouraging students to tell research-driven stories in new and creative ways. Departments including sociology, anthropology, and music are sharing their analysis in compelling ways. Here are a few courses drawing on multimedia to tell their stories. Read More.
- Doc off Campus: CDC media networking trip to NYC
On October 21, the Career Development Center organized a trip for students to visit some big names in the arts and media world of NYC. The itinerary included stops at ABC News, The New York Times, Sesame Street, and a theatrical studio where professionals generously shared their career path experiences and tips for students entering the job circuit. Read More.
- Director's Note: October 2016
MDOCS students and faculty hone storytelling and production skills off campus from Oregon to London, showcase their work in area and San Francisco festivals, connect with documentarians in class visits and networking nights, and explore festival culture in Saratoga Springs and beyond. Coming soon: seven new courses for Spring 2017 and a showcase of student work in mid-December. Read More.
- Saratoga Doc Photography with Daesha Devón Harris
Saratoga Springs native and documentary photographer Daesha Devón Harris presented an eloquent artist's talk as part of the Portrait & Biography series on October 17, documenting the area's African-American community with sensitivity and an eye to the impact of development. Read More.
- Student Blog: Screening your film at Film Festivals
Recent Skidmore graduate Lisa Fierstein '16, was pleasantly surprised when her film, "The Presence Project" was accepted to its first film festival in San Francisco. She originally enrolled in MDOCS' Video Storytelling course to gain some techniques in producing and editing video, but in the end she left with a "new passion for filmmaking." Read More.
- First Annual Saratoga Springs International Film Festival
Take a look inside the events of the inaugural Saratoga Springs International Film Festival, and hear from Director Caitlin Stedman about her feelings going into the first year. Read More.
- New Festival Programming Course
MDOCS kicks off planning a student-run documentary festival to premiere June 2017. Festival Programming Part I, offered this Fall, inspires students to learn from examples, including touring regional festivals to see how the work is done. Read More.
- Student Blog: Doc WAY Off-Campus
MDOCS student writer Sam Grant decided to take her storytelling talents abroad this past summer to the University of Arts London for a summer filmmaking program. For the month-long program, students from around the world came together to create narrative, documentary and other film projects for a period of intensive work and learning. Read More.
- Doc off Campus: Students Explore Documentary with Summer Programs and Internships
Documentary storytelling doesn't stop just because school is out. MDOCS students were motivated to pursue their passion in documentary and media skills this past summer in a variety of ways through internships, film programs, and more. Read More.
- Student Blog: The Media Institute of Social Change
This past summer, MDOCS student Sindiso Mafico participated in a summer program at The Media Institute of Social Change in Portland, OR. Her production and storytelling skills were quickly put to work on the production of a short documentary film called "Black in Blue." Read More.
- Student Blog: Interning with the Sanctuary for Independent Media
Step into Julia Cavicchi's shoes as she takes us through her experience interning at the Sanctuary for Independent Media. Through her writing and audio pieces, get a first-hand account of what goes on in this small neighborhood community in North Troy, NY. Read More.
- Storytellers' Institute: 2016 Highlights
MDOCS' 2016 Storytellers' Institute examined fact and fiction in documentary work in a Festosium, exhibit, crit groups and projects. Conversations over the summer uncovered challenges faced in telling others' stories well and effectively. Read More.
- Fall 2016: Welcome Note
As the crisp, cool autumn air returns to upstate New York, MDOCS starts the 2016-2017 school year and its third year by bringing back some traditions and starting a few new ones... Read More.
- Doc on Campus: MDOCS Workshops and Resources
MDOCS offers support for Skidmoreans interested in sharing evidence-based stories in sound, film, exhibit and photography. The Collaborative brings classroom support, offers student-led workshops and shares production equipment and post-production software, exhibition tools, and more. Find out what MDOCS has on hand and in store this semester. Read More.
- Doc on Campus: Portrait & Biography series
The fall monthly "Doc Dates" series brings regional documentarians to share work on portraiture and biography in sound, film and photography, asking creators how they decide whose story to tell, how and why. Read More.
- Stories that Matter: "When War Comes Home"
On October 13, MDOCS and the New York State Military Museum host Emmy-award winning director Michael King and his feature documentary film, "When War Comes Home" for a special screening and panel discussion with area veterans. Read More.
- Opportunity with MDOCS: Storytellers' Institute Director
MDOCS to hire Storytellers' Institute Director Read More.
- Storytellers' Institute: 2016 Skidmore Scholars
Meet the 8 Skidmore Student and 2 Skidmore Faculty Storytellers' Institute Scholars advancing stories in film, podcast, photography and multimedia exploring loss, running, science, family, social justice and more. Read More.
- Storytellers' Institute: Introducing the 2016 Institute Fellows
Meet Storytellers' Institute 2016 fellows, documentary practitioners Aggie Bazaz, Amanda Dawn Christie, Jake Nussbaum, and Courtney Reid-Eaton. Read More.
- Storytellers' Institute: 2016 Schedule of Events
June 2-16 - Walking the Line | Fact & Fiction in Documentary Storytelling -- screenings, listening sessions, virtual reality experience, discussions, and an exhibit and more. Read More.
- SSMP Highlight: States of Incarceration
For the past year, Skidmore students in collaboration with the Skidmore Saratoga Memory Project and Professor Eric Morser took part in a nationwide project, "States of Incarceration." Find out how their audio interviews and photos were incorporated into a larger touring exhibit highlighting the work of 20 other participating schools. Read More.
- SSMP Highlight: 60 Years Young
Over the past year, SSMP students worked with the Saratoga Adult and Senior Center to research and tell the Center’s story for its 60th Anniversary. They drew on photos and archival clippings and combined them with interviews to connect the local story to the history of senior centers across the country, and to create a video and exhibit displayed during the gala celebration. Read More.
- Doc on Campus: MDOCS Academic Festival
The MDOCS Academic Festival session highlighted student collaborative documentary work with a spotlight on seniors' documentary video projects. Read More.
- Doc on Campus: The Artist Interview
Students from The Artist Interview, an Art History/ MDOCS spring course, describe learning how to conduct an interview and see how oral histories connect with a museum exhibition and archive. Read More.
- Faculty Spotlight: Erika Schielke's new science podcast
2016 Storytellers' Institute Faculty Scholar Erika Schielke describes developing a podcast to make science accessible to everyone. Read More.
- Doc off Campus: Trip to Tribeca Film Festival
Follow MDOCS student Sam Grant through the April 23 trip to New York City to see Prof. Cecilia Aldarondo's feature documentary, "Memories of a Penitent Heart," premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. Read More.
- Doc on Campus: Crowd-Funding Campaign for Student Documentary Festival
We reached our funding goal to help create a student-run, student-curated documentary festival of student work! Read More.
- Faculty Spotlight: Rik Scarce on Video Ethnography and Barefoot Running
Prof. Rik Scarce's life changed when he learned that he might never run again. Instead of getting discouraged, this Sociology professor learned an alternative approach and is now making a documentary film about it. Read More.
- Director's Note: March, 2016
April is the coolest month. Storytellers' Institute plans are springing, field trips and documentarian visits blooming, and summer and fall classes are open for registration. Read More.
- MDOCS 2016 Fall Course List
First day of registration is April 5! Check out MDOCS Documentary Studies classes for Fall 2016. Read More.
- Doc on Campus: Dave DeSario documents Temp Workers' Issues
In late March, the Principles of Documentary class hosted New York City activist and documentary filmmaker Dave DeSario to speak about his creative process in making "A Day’s Work," a film about the controversial and often hidden topic of safety for “temporary” workers. Read More.
- MDOCS Picks: "Serial" Reflections
Hear MDOCS' audio faculty member views on the popular "Serial" podcast and if it's a big reason for the rise in podcast popularity. Read More.
- 2016 Storytellers' Institute: Walking the Line
MDOCS announces its June 2016 Stortytellers’ Institute Fellows, Skidmore Scholars and schedule of public events (free and open to the public!) addressing the Institute theme of the hard-to-define border between fact and fiction in documentary work. Read More.
- Doc off Campus: Youth FX
There's a lot of documentary work happening in the Capital District. High school filmmakers and the director of Youth FX, whose films have screened at film festivals around the nation stopped in to campus to talk with students about their work and the NextDoc program in May. Read More.
- SSMP Highlight: Skidmore Retiree Project
Students in Interview 101 talk about the oral histories they recorded of retired Skidmore faculty, staff, and alumni for the Skidmore-Saratoga Memory Project. For many, this was their first experience interviewing. Read More.
- Doc off Campus: Laura Juncadella '11
Students from the History/Doc Studies Cuba Travel Seminar stopped through Miami en route to Cuba. While there, they caught up with Skidmore alumna Laura Juncadella '11. Read More.
- Director's Note: February, 2016
With spring semester underway, MDOCS students, faculty and staff are hard at work on this semester's projects, planning for Storytellers' Institute (2016), and engaging with a wide range of documentarians on campus and in the community. Read More.
- Student Highlight: Emma Foley '16
MDOCS student Emma Foley '16 discusses her documentary film project which reveals the female perspective of first time sexual experiences. Maybe losing your virginity isn't all it's built up to be? Read More.
- Doc on Campus: Iva Radivojevic and Danielle Rosen '06
Two doc filmmakers, two different views, two different ways to "make it" in the documentary industry. Learn more from the intimate lunch discussion with these two award-winning filmmakers. Read More.
- MDOCS Picks: What's the last doc work you've seen?
What is the last piece of documentary work you experienced? Would you recommend it? Find out what 4 members of the Skidmore community have to say. Read More.
- Skidmore-Saratoga Networking Night
On December 11, MDOCS, Arts Administration, Project Vis, and Media & Film Studies hosted a creative industry networking night for students and local practitioners. Read More.
- Director's Note - December 2015
Reflections on the responsibilities of documentarians to those who work with them after MDOCS conversations with (T)ERROR co-dierctor David Felix Sutcliffe. Read More.
- After Storytellers': Jake DeNicola '15 on his first feature doc and first year out of Skidmore
Storytellers' 2015 Student Fellow Jake DeNicola, '15, talks about how the Institute helped shape his first feature documentary film. Read More.
- Doc on Campus: Bill Daniel's pop-up documentary photo exhibit
In early November, punk rock documentary filmmaker and photographer Bill Daniel showed MDOCS the boundless potential of pop-up mobile exhibits. Read More.
- Student Highlight: Maryam Dewitt '18 archives her mother's life through film
MDOCS student Maryam Dewitt discusses the creative process of telling her mother's story through documentary film. Read More.
- Student Highlight: Nat Cabrera '17 captures the many faces of Trump
On a summer road trip from California back to Skidmore, MDOCS student Nat Cabrera and some friends decided to take Donald Trump along with them. Read More.
- Spreading MDOCS
English major Sara Marsh '18 has taken several classes in Skidmore's John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative, and has enjoyed them so much that she plans to go to film school after graduation. Read More.
- Faculty Spotlight: Cecilia Aldarondo
Professor Cecilia Aldarondo (English) discusses her new feature documentary film, "Memories of a Penitent Heart," and balancing distribution while teaching. Read More.
- After Storytellers': Evian Pan '17 on Chinese Immigrants in Saratoga
Storytellers' alum and Anthropology major presents Chinese Saratoga Oral History Project at Researching New York Conference Read More.
- Director's Note - November, 2015
News and events from the MDOCS program. Read More.
- MDOCS Welcomes: Jesse Wakeman
Brand new to the Skidmore world, Jesse Wakeman has found her home as MDOCS' Program Coordinator. Read More.
- SSMP Highlight: Jane Kjaer, Silver on Display
Jane describes the process of curating the "Lucy Scribner's Gift" exhibit. Read More.
- Doc on Campus: Jesse Flower-Ambroch: Exploring the power of creativity and sound
As audience members we tend to overlook the importance of sound effects in films. Read More.
- Hands-on off-campus: Movies from Marlboro
Emily Rizzo sat down with award-winning director, writer and producer Jay Craven, to talk about his program Movies from Marlboro. Read More.
- Documenting Travel: Dorothea Trufelman, '16, A Photographic Journey Through Cuba
Past spring from January to May I traveled to Cuba with NYU Tisch's School of the Arts on a photography intensive semester and studied at the Ludwig Foundation in the heart of Havana. Read More.
- Doc on Campus: Filmmaker Chip Duncan
On October 21, filmmaker, writer, and photographer Chip Duncan visited Nicky Tavares' Documentary Film class. Read More.
- Storytellers' 2016: Fact and Fiction
Calling evidence-based storytellers! In June 2016, MDOCS will host its second Storytellers' Institute and invites applications for up to four Institute Fellows for a five-week summer experience in Saratoga Springs, NY who will consider the role of fact and fiction in documentary practice. Read More.
- MDOCS Spring 2016 Classes
In Spring '16 MDOCS will offer a range of skill-up 1-credit workshops and project courses. Read More.
- Director's Note - October, 2015
This fall we are excited to enter our sophomore year! MDOCS has jumped into fall with renewed commitment to Skidmore and the Saratoga community with some amazing campus collaborations and interdisciplinary visits. Read More.
- React to Film: A student-led initiative to showcase documentary films that matter
MDOCS Newsletter Contributing Editors Emily Rizzo, '18 and Rebecca Stern, 19 sat down with chapter leader Urvi Kalra,'18, to talk about REACT TO FILM and its fall program - The Hunting Ground (2012). Read More.
- Alumni Stories: Barbara Stroock Kaufman '40 and Stacey Gerrish '87
We walk past people with stories every day. Our student peers, faculty members, and neighbors all have narratives that together create episodes in the history of Skidmore and Saratoga Springs. Read More.
- Student Spotlight: Finding Jeff
What is so great about documentary filmmaking is that you uncover amazing stories just by following one little good idea. The idea to document my journey finding Jeff, led to the discovery of a truly unique story of a man's love for radio. Read More.
- Review: We Rock Long Distance
This interdisciplinary workshop showcased documentary film-making techniques with an internationally-flavored perspective on three hip-hop artists. Read More.
- Noah Throop '14: from intern to associate producer
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- Documenting MDOCS' first Storytellers' Institute
This past June, Skidmore students, professors, and professional documentarians came together for MDOCS' inaugural Storyteller's Institute. Read More.
- Screenwriter Nicole Coady to teach Storytelling for the Screen in Fall 2015
Learning how to shoot video with a camera, and draw on great audio recording skills to bring sound are important skills. Read More.
- MDOCS Storytellers' Institute 2015
2015's inaugural MDOCS Storytellers' institute documents "family." Being part of a family is an integral part of the human experience. Whether the family is one we are born into, chose or were chosen for; large or small; gathers for weekly dinners, annual holidays or an occasional conversation; evokes comedy or drama, love or loss...family shapes who we are in past, present and future tenses. Read More.
- Skidmore-Saratoga Memory Project interview with Anne Palamountain contributes to a remembrance
Anne passed away on January 24 at the age of 91, but her voice lives on. In fact, this past October, she recorded a wide-ranging audio interview with documentarian Eileen McAdam as part of the Skidmore-Saratoga Memory Project of the John B. Moore Documentary Studies Read More.
- Visual and Digital Media Mellon Fellow opportunity
As part of Project VIS, Skidmore College invites applications for a 2.5-year Mellon Fellowship in Visual Communication and Documentary Arts to embed best practices in design and technology into a campus-wide initiative to promote visual literacy and documentary storytelling. Read More.