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Scavenger Hunt Adventure!

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Equipment Checkout in Building 18! Sadly they were closed 😦

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Blue Cyc Wall Studio in Building 18.

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Center for Student Engagement on the 2nd floor of the Center building. 

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Main Art Gallery in Building 11.

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The Art-O-Mat! I believe…If you feed it money…You can get little pieces of art from it; in the possible form of stickers, or little cards.

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Reference Counter in the Library, in the Center Building. 

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Silver Sculpture in front of the Health and Wellness Building.

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Ingrams Office, The Arts Division Specialist, In Building 11. 

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Media Arts Creation Lab, located on floor 2 of the Center Building.

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Judy wasn’t in, but here’s her office in Building 11. 

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Teresa’s Office, Building 18. 

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The Flags in The Students First Building.

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A path I stumbled upon behind building 18, that will now be acting as the new shortcut to my car in the back parking lot.

 

The Life of Isiah

Hi everybody, firstly let me introduce myself, my name is Isiah. I stem from Northeastern Oregon in a small town called La Grande. Most of you probably haven’t heard of it because you could drive right through it without realizing you were even there. It’s one of the many rural towns in Oregon with few things to do unless you’re an outdoorsman. 

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This will be my second year in College, but first year at Lane. Originally I attended Eastern Oregon University and studied English Education. Coming out of High School I thought that teaching was my calling, but after shadowing some teachers I realized it wasn’t the right field for me. Since then I’ve taken a gap year to consider what interests me.

As I binge watched youtube videos and looked through social media profiles I became extremely intrigued with the editing that was done in the videos. This led me to wonder what the process behind it all was. I dove into seeing how professionals edited their videos and told myself I wanted to do that as well.

I decided to change my major to Multimedia design and get my foot in the door. I’ve barely taken any pictures or videos with cameras other than my phone. My hope is to let my creativity soar and find a role in videography. Admittedly I’m not sure if I’m interested in starting my own business, like my grandfather did, or working in a company. Shooting concerts, festivals and possibly music videos is what I am currently interested in and I’m stoked to give it a try this spring and summer.

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RP: About Me

I grew up here in Eugene and I’m a first time student at Lane studying multimedia design.  I’ve mostly been into photography as far as art goes but I’m trying to explore and definitely want to be working with more video.  My favorite place to shoot is at concerts, and I’d love to make a music video someday.  A lot of my friends are musicians so I’ve been commissioned to make cover art for albums, it’d be cool to be able to expand my skill set and create more with the people I care about!  I’m also on a dance team and like to read and watercolor 🙂  Looking forward to getting to know and working with you guys.

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by: Rachael Plant

Hi Everyone,

I like working with children and I have volunteered for several community groups that involve youngsters in active learning. Japanese taiko drumming is my favorite group. For more than a decade, I have been playing the drums and now I mentor the younger team members and teach them how to perform. As part of my teaching, I have made instructional tutorials for them that they can practice from their home computers while online. I enjoy how each child has their own different way of learning and yet we all come together as a team. My interest in taiko took a different turn this last summer when I started learning how to build the drums out very large, old, oak wine casks. It is a fascinating process with many steps that take a long time to finish.

I have almost completed my transfer degree and, like several others in my family, I’m starting the one-year certificate in Multimedia Design as my area of focus. I’m not quite sure what kind of job I’d like to pursue but I’m looking forward to finding out more about the multimedia field during this year. My experiences creating homemade video tutorials for teaching taiko drumming have increased my interest in learning more about teaching with multimedia.

By H.M.

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Hello Everybody!

I am almost done with my transfer degree and I am starting a one year certificate in Multimedia Design. When I’m done with my degree I would like to find a job where my media skills can be used. I’m still figuring out what kind of job I’d like to have, so instead of transferring to a four year college, I am exploring options in multimedia here at LCC. One thing I like about multimedia is the flexibility I might be able to have working from home some day. In the summer I took a writing class and one of my assignments was to turn my final essay into a multi-modal project. All I had was an iPad with an iMovie app and I was surprised how much I enjoyed translating the written essay into a visual and musical project.

I have been part of a Japanese Taiko drumming troupe for thirteen years now. I started out as a student and as I got more experienced I took on teaching responsibilities such as helping teach the younger team members and choreographing routines. I really enjoy performing with my other college-age team mates because it’s challenging. I also create drumming tutorial videos for the team website. I look forward to doing this more effectively.

By H.L.

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Hello Everyone,

I like working with children and I have volunteered for several community groups that involve youngsters in active learning. Japanese taiko drumming is my favorite group. For more than a decade, I have been playing the drums and now I mentor the younger team members and teach them how to perform. As part of my teaching, I have made instructional tutorials for them that they can practice from their home computers while online. I enjoy how each child has their own different way of learning and yet we all come together as a team. My interest in taiko took a different turn this last summer when I started learning how to build the drums out very large, old, oak wine casks. It is a fascinating process with many steps that take a long time to finish.

I have almost completed my transfer degree and, like several others in my family, I’m starting the one-year certificate in Multimedia Design as my area of focus. I’m not quite sure what kind of job I’d like to pursue but I’m looking forward to finding out more about the multimedia field during this year. My experiences creating homemade video tutorials for teaching taiko drumming have increased my interest in learning more about teaching with multimedia.

By H.M.

About Kyle Letsom

My name is Kyle Letsom. I have lived in Eugene my entire life, but I have intentions on possibly changing that once I finish with school, just for a change of scene for a while (I don’t know where just yet). 

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I don’t have any pictures of myself, so here is my last-minute picture.

I love watching movies! When I’m not at home, school, or work, I am more than likely at the movie theater with friends or family. It’s an expensive hobby, but not always; I’ll just choose to watch movies at my home if I’m running a little short on money. I have also been known to be fairly competitive and bowling is a good outlet to express that side of me.

In my other free time, I play music (not incredibly great but passable) and I act. I love acting and portraying characters on a stage… 

Multimedia fascinates me because of my love for movies and Theatre Arts. Just recently, I’ve made a transition from acting on the stage to acting in front of the camera. Changing pace like that proved to be quite the challenge but well worth it. Ever since I started film acting, I wanted to learn more about it, thus explaining my sudden urge to take some Multimedia classes here at Lane. 

This is the first term of my third year here at Lane Community College. My plan, as of right now, is to finally finish off my AAOT degree and transfer to the University of Oregon. Although I haven’t quite decided if I want to switch my major to Multimedia Arts, it is something that I am, at the very least, interested in taking part in to fulfill more of the required number of elective credits. When I am out of school, I can see myself continuing to audition for more film and theatre companies around Eugene, and maybe even outside of Eugene.

Hajimemashite!!

Hi there! Thank you so much for taking time to check out my blog, my name is Monica B and I’m very pleased to meet you!

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Aim for the moon. If you miss, you may hit a star. — W. Clement Stone

himiko-toga-fanartI was born in Tijuana Mexico but came to live in the US when I became 12 years old. Due to living in poverty and a not so loving home, I looked for ways to escape my reality and to a safer environment. I quickly became obsessed with anime, books and video games, specially those featuring a righteous main character that overcomes all the obstacles in their life to become a respected and strong member of society.

However my family’s somewhat unstable economic situation proved it difficult to buy a lot of books, video games let alone anime or manga, so I started drawing my favorite characters and making up stories of them in my head. To this day I continue to draw and enjoy all of the interests I had as a kid and hope that some of the skills and knowledge I’ve gained from them can help me get a job that I can genuinely enjoy.

Portrait 2Even though my interests dint change much throughout the years, my less than ideal life situations made it hard to enjoy them at all. I almost stopped drawing altogether because I moved out at 18 and had to work a full time job to pay bills. I also reached a point in life in which I was going to pursue an occupation that would please my abusive parents, but I was in a serious car accident that shattered my spine a few years ago, which made me want to live life to the fullest.

My professional goals at the moment are to become a successful graphic and web designer, make enough money to pay my bills and not worry about food or rent. For my personal goals I would like to be able to draw anime characters and get paid for them, I also would like to learn to make animated drawings, make my own comic book in the “manga” aesthetic, make a “Visual Novel” genre video game, and if I’m feeling ambitious, make a small “YouTube” animated series in the “Anime Aesthetic.”

Some of my goals might sound childish or somewhat unattainable but I believe that if I aim for seemingly unattainable goals, even if I fail I will have accomplished something that I can be proud of. I also would like to try to attain my goals and fail than die not even trying and regretting or wondering if I could’ve. From my personal experience the meaning of life is to do something, since a person can go insane if they’re not kept busy; therefore why not spend your life doing things that make you happy and you enjoy? Especially if they’re positive activities that don’t hurt anyone else or yourself.

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-By Monica B.

Who is Elle?

“You should enjoy the little detours to the fullest. Because that’s where you’ll find the things more important than what you want.” — G.F.
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I think the best piece of information to start off with is my name. Lauren is my full name but I like to go by Elle. Elle is the nickname my twin sister Rachel gave me and a name I decided to take to Eugene as a way of having her with me. I am originally from Huntington Beach: a city down in Southern California.
I am someone who is in love with the ocean and can spend my days on an island bodysurfing, free diving, and exploring the different ecosystems within the sea.
A typical day for me is one spent at a cafe drinking coffee and discussing the many topics floating inside my mind with someone beside me. Having the scent of coffee continuously tickling my nose while having the silent chatter of others around me is a luxury I could never take for granted.
The hobbies I enjoy are reading, hiking, traveling, and going to art museums, but the two things in particular I am really passionate about are writing and editing. When I edit I love to launch myself into a project and get completely lost in the process of choosing an audio, playing around with it and picking the right pictures and video clips to perfectly convey the message I want to display. And with writing I love having the ability to have my imagination run free and create a story that can leave the audience grappling with their emotions and questioning the world around them.
I am still unsure of what career I should pursue and what major I should choose but I hope that I can walk onto a path where my creativity can cultivate to even bigger heights and lead me to a life where I can be happy.
By: Elle Kennedy

 

Hello Hello Hello~

My alternateTime to introduce myself I suppose! This is my first year at LCC, and first college experience ever! I’m doing what I can to make the best of my time here, and I’m hopeful for the way this blog will look in the future!

My name is Alison, but Ali is fine. I wanted to take the Multimedia Arts Program in hopes it will give me a foot in the door to the career I want. Eventually, I want to produce my own cartoons! I plan on doing more on the storyboarding, writing, and production work then actual animation, which is why this program is the best fit for me.

I’ve been creating stories for as long as I can remember, and it’s all I want to share them with people. I also practice my art and illustration work, because I do plan on creating comics as well.

I’m a very focused worker when I put myself to it! And when I don’t have work. I worry that school and work may interfere with each other, and leave me in a bad position in both, but like I said, I’m here to do the best I can with what I’ve got!

Also since I didn’t mention it yet, that image is a self portrait! it’s not uncommon for artist to portray themselves different from the way the look in reality, and this is often the way I portray myself. The green skin adds to the image I have of myself of being sort of ‘cartoony’ and fun. I can only hope others will see me that way through my actions and attitude.

Anyway, I’m running out of words, so thank you for looking!

Sincerely, Alison Counts